Q 1. Anganwadi worker is appointed?(आंगनबाड़ी कार्यकर्ता नियुक्ति होती है?)
Q 2. the school included in the health services component? (स्कूल स्वास्थ्य सेवाओं के घटक में शामिल है?)
B. Health checkup
C. Clean environment
D. All of the above
Q 3.In which color bag are non-contaminated materials like paper, fruit peels etc. kept? (असंक्रमित पदार्थों जैसे कि कागज, फलों के छिलके आदि को किस रंग की बैग में रखा जाता है?)
Q 4. Which of the following is called black death? (निम्न में से काली मौत किसे कहते हैं?)
C. Plague/ प्लेग
D. AIDS/ एड्स
Q 5. Pyuria is caused by which of the following? (पायरिया निम्न में से किसके द्वारा हो जाता है?)
Q 6.Myopia is the defect of which organ?( मायोपिया किस अंग का दोष है?)
Q 7. Minimata disease is caused due to excess of. (मिनिमता रोग किसकी अधिकता के कारण जाता है?)
Q 8.How long does the heart take between two beats?( ह्रदय दो धड़कनों के बीच में कितना समय लेता है?)
A. 1 minute
B. 0.5 second
C. 0.8 second
D. 0.1 second
Q 9. Approximately how much population does a village health guide cover?(एक village health guide लगभग कितनी जनसंख्या को कवर करता है?)
Q 10. Which of these is the largest blood cell?(इनमें से सबसे बड़ी रक्त कोशिका कौन सी है?)
D. None of these
Ans 1. B. 1000 ,
Ans 2. D. All of the above ,
Ans 3. A. Black ,
Ans 4. C. प्लेग ,
Ans 5. C. Protozoa ,
Ans 6. B. Eyes ,
Ans 7. B. Mercury ,
Ans 8. C. 0.8 second ,
Ans 9. D. 1000 ,
Ans 10. A. WBC ,
Some explanation 👇
White blood cells (WBCs) are a part of the immune system. They help fight infection and defend the body against other foreign materials. Different types of white blood cells have different jobs. Some are involved in recognizing intruders. Some kill harmful bacteria.
What is the normal level of WBC?
The normal number of WBCs in the blood is 4,500 to 11,000 WBCs per microliter (4.5 to 11.0 × 109/L). Normal value ranges may vary slightly among different labs. Some labs use different measurements or may test different specimens. Talk to your provider about your test results.
What happens if WBC count is high?
Produced in your bone marrow, they defend your body against infections and disease. But, when there are too many white blood cells, it usually means you have infection or inflammation in your body. Less commonly, a high white blood cell count could indicate certain blood cancers or bone marrow disorders.
What if your WBC is low?
The main risk of an abnormally low white blood cell count is how vulnerable it may make a person to infection. Without an adequate white blood cell response available to fight infection, the body is at greater risk that any infection (including those usually regarded as minor) may cause serious illness or death.
Protozoa are one-celled animals found worldwide in most habitats. Most species are free living, but all higher animals are infected with one or more species of protozoa. Infections range from asymptomatic to life threatening, depending on the species and strain of the parasite and the resistance of the host.
What diseases are protozoa?
Protozoa are single-celled organisms that can sometimes cause diseases. Common protozoan diseases include malaria, giardia, and toxoplasmosis. Diagnosing protozoan illness may involve blood tests, stool tests, or biopsies, depending on which protozoa a healthcare provider suspects. Treatment varies based on the cause.
A rare but serious bacterial infection that’s transmitted by fleas.
The bubonic plague is caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis. It can spread through contact with infected fleas.
What is the plague disease?
Plague is an infectious disease that affects animals and humans. It is caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis. This bacterium is found in rodents and their fleas and occurs in many areas of the world, including the United States. Y. pestis is easily destroyed by sunlight and drying.
What kills the plague?
Streptomycin is the most effective antibiotic against Y. pestis and the drug of choice for treatment of plague, particularly the pneumonic form (2-6).
Minamata disease is a methylmercury poisoning with neurological symptoms and caused by the daily consump- tion of large quantities of fish and shellfish that were heavily contaminated with the toxic chemical generated in chemical factories and then discharged into the sea.
When did the Minamata disease start?
On May 1, 1956, a doctor in Japan reported an “epidemic of an unknown disease of the central nervous system,” marking the official discovery of Minamata disease.
A condition in which close objects appear clearly, but far ones don’t.
Near-sightedness tends to run in families.
What is myopia in the eye?
In nearsightedness (myopia), the point of focus is in front of the retina, making distant objects appear blurry. Nearsightedness (myopia) is a common vision condition in which you can see objects near to you clearly, but objects farther away are blurry.
How much myopia is normal?
Mild myopia: -0.25 to -3.00 D. Moderate myopia: -3.25 to -6.00 D. High myopia: greater than -6.00 D.