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The Tuberculosis Quiz will gauge your knowledge about the highly contagious disease, air-borne bacterial disease, tuberculosis.
1. Which of the following is responsible for causing tuberculosis?
a.Virus
b.Bacteriae
c.Mosquito bite
d.Septic infection
 
2. Tuberculosis is a water borne disease. True or False?
a.True
b.False
 
3. Which region in the world has the highest number of deaths as a result of tuberculosis?
a.Europe
b.United States of America
c.India
d.Africa
 
4. Tuberculosis is spread by aerosols created by coughing or sneezing. True of False?
a.True
b.False
 
5. What is the name of the bacteria responsible for causing tuberculosis?
a.E.Coli
b.Paramecium
c.Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
d.Amoeba
 
6. Which part of the human body is most commonly affected by tuberculosis?
a.Lungs
b.Heart
c.Pancreas
d.Eyes
 
7. What is the full form TB?
a.TUBERCULOSIS
b.TUBERCLE BACILLUS
c.Tubsis
d.Typhoid
 
8. What type of medicine is used as an effective cure for tuberculosis?
a.Painkillers
b.Homeopathic medicine
c.Antacids
d.Antibiotics
 
9. By what other name was tuberculosis also called during earlier times?
a.Fever
b.Plague
c.Consumption
d.Polio
 
10. Where was the first vaccine for tuberculosis developed?
a.France
b.China
c.India
d.Sri Lanka
 
11. What antibiotic will cause orange colored secretions?
a.Isoniazid
b.Rifampicin
c.Pyrazinamide
d.Streptomycin
 
12. What is the confirmatory test for TB?
a.Sputum Microscopy
b.Echocardiography
c.Chest X-ray
d.Complete Blood Count
 
13. What kind of disease does a PTB
a.respiratory disease
b.circulatory disease
c.urinary disease
d.none of the above
 
14. is tb an airborn disease
a.true
b.false
c.both a and b
d.none of the above
 
15. Which part of the human body is not affected by tuberculosis?
a.Lungs
b.Heart
c.Pancreas
d.Hair and nails
 
16. In what way does TB transmit from person to person?
a.Arosolic
b.Direct touch
c.Sexual
d.Breast feeding
 
17. What is the nature of treatment prescribed for TB?
a.MDT
b.DOTS
c.ART
d.BCG
 
18. who found the vaccine for tb?
a.robert hook
b.francis barer
c.robert coch
d.manual fus
 
19. which year tb bacteria is identified?
a.1992
b.1882
c.1982
d.1892
 
20. World Tuberculosis Day ?
a.April 7
b.June 26
c.March 24
d.January 20
 
21. Wich medicine can cause as a side effect neuropatolgic sintoms
a.Rifampicin
b.Etambutol
c.Estreptomicine
d.Isonizida
 
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What others think about Tuberculosis
By: anil on Jun 25, 2013
  Tuberculosis is a airborne disease caused by mycobacterium tuberculosis rifampin n p amino salisilic acid is used for the treatment n ethane butol is also used.....
By: Tesfay on Jun 2, 2013
  Every one is susceptible for TB. so that lets prevent it by treating caseseating good diets!!!
By: Emmy on Mar 16, 2013
  this is nice
By: lily on Jan 4, 2012
  TB is a killer desease, take precaution.
By: Robert on Sep 27, 2011
  I think a lot of people die from TB because they do not eat well, especially here in Africa. I think a good look at nutrition would assist in TB prevention and curing.
By: :) on Aug 30, 2011
  i love science
By: anna on Oct 10, 2010
  Tuberculosis is a preventable disease. If you know, you are infected with tuberculosis. See healthcare provider as early as possible. Do not wait until it's too late.
By: Latisha on Sep 17, 2010
  Tuberculosis is an airborne pathogen so please make sure you cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze and also think of everyone being affected by this pathogen
By: divya on Feb 18, 2010
  Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) is the current vaccine for tuberculosis. It was first used in 1921. BCG is the only vaccine available today for protection against tuberculosis. It is most effective in protecting children from the disease.
By: NOMI_Donetsk on Jan 19, 2010
  improve immunity,hygienic conditions,good nutrition,less smoke and less smoke prevent T.B
By: divya on Feb 18, 2010
  Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) is the current vaccine for tuberculosis. It was first used in 1921. BCG is the only vaccine available today for protection against tuberculosis. It is most effective in protecting children from the disease.
By: NOMI_Donetsk on Jan 19, 2010
  improve immunity,hygienic conditions,good nutrition,less smoke and less smoke prevent T.B
By: divya on Feb 18, 2010
  Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) is the current vaccine for tuberculosis. It was first used in 1921. BCG is the only vaccine available today for protection against tuberculosis. It is most effective in protecting children from the disease.
By: NOMI_Donetsk on Jan 19, 2010
  improve immunity,hygienic conditions,good nutrition,less smoke and less smoke prevent T.B
By: divya on Feb 18, 2010
  Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) is the current vaccine for tuberculosis. It was first used in 1921. BCG is the only vaccine available today for protection against tuberculosis. It is most effective in protecting children from the disease.
By: NOMI_Donetsk on Jan 19, 2010
  improve immunity,hygienic conditions,good nutrition,less smoke and less smoke prevent T.B
By: divya on Feb 18, 2010
  Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) is the current vaccine for tuberculosis. It was first used in 1921. BCG is the only vaccine available today for protection against tuberculosis. It is most effective in protecting children from the disease.
By: NOMI_Donetsk on Jan 19, 2010
  improve immunity,hygienic conditions,good nutrition,less smoke and less smoke prevent T.B
By: abdul on Nov 21, 2009
  tuberculosis greatly relates to HIV
By: Harriet on Oct 19, 2009
  TB is treatable
By: shalini on Oct 19, 2009
  two types of tuberculosis: miliary and pulmonary
By: Phoenixa on Sep 7, 2009
  Good quiz
By: manish on Sep 5, 2009
  lets STOP TB
By: Lloyd Mpanza on Apr 29, 2009
  HIV + people who have LATENT TB are more likely to develop what is called Active TB disease, and once you have LATENT TB you are sick and you are not infectiouse to other people, and you have no symptoms but if you dont treat it you mite endup having Active TB disease.
By: Lloyd Mpanza on Apr 29, 2009
  Well one thing i can say is that :- there is not just one TB, there is this one called LATENT TB which has no symptoms and which transfarable to other people. But if you dont treat it you can end up getting this one called Active TB disease.
By: Annette on Mar 30, 2009
  HIV positive / immunocompromised people are more likely to be infected with TB
By: mdean on Mar 28, 2009
  TB is THE cause of death among 19th century authors and artists.
By: sr .anju on Mar 21, 2009
  fight against T.B
By: Mohammad on Feb 5, 2009
  granulomatous disese
By: Anna on Jan 21, 2009
  The symptoms of Tuberculosis are: A bad cough that lasts 3 weeks or longer Weight loss Coughing up blood or mucus Weakness or fatigue Fever and chills Night sweats
By: bebang on Jan 8, 2009
  TB is chuva
By: ke vin i am 11 on Dec 10, 2008
  pulmonary tb is were you in brethe in bacteria and it eats away at the tissue that takes in oxygen the area fills with pus then it will eat into a blood vessle and blood will fill your lungs which sparks the worst sympyom coughing of blood
By: robert on Nov 10, 2008
  hope i do not get tb
By: hannah on Jul 29, 2008
  tuberculosis is one of the world's deadliest disease
  

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