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1. How long does the neofetal period last? 2 weeks--- 3 weeks 2 months D 1 months 3 months 2. What period of intrauterine life of a fetus does the fetopathy appear in if the teratogenic factor effects? 1-2 weeks 9 weeks beginning of the childbirth 2-6 weeks D 6-9 weeks 9-12 weeks of intrauterine life 3. Point out date of neonatal period: 0-28 day of life inclusive-- 0-6 day inclusive 38-42 week of intrauterine period D 6-14 day of life all answers are incorrect 4. Point the date of the critical period in the fetus development: 3rd 7th week 1st week 8th 10th week D 10th 12th week 12th 14th week 5. In what period of intrauterine period embryopathies arise (if there is a teratogenic factor)? 2nd 6th week 1st week 7-8 week D 9-10 week 10-12 week 6. In what period of intrauterine life takes place embedding of organs and organogenesis of the fetus? germinal embryonic period of implantation D fetal there is no right answer

7. Specify the term of a critical period of fetus development for development of embryopathies? 3-7 weeks 1 week 8-10 weeks D 10-12 weeks 12-14 weeks 8. Specify terms of a late neonatal period: 7-28 days 28 days 2 months 14-28 days D 10-14 weeks 1,5-2 months 9. Which period do we call pre-school period? 3-5 years 1-2 years 3-7(6) years D 7-9 years 5(6)-8 years 10. An early neonatal period is the most important one for the childs adaptation to extrauterine life it lasts: 3-5 days 1-7 days 1-10 days D 28 days 3 weeks 11. Usually Passport data of case history is obtained by a nurse or by the subordinate hospital staff at the reception and registration. It includes all given below, except: Surname, name of the child from what pregnancy was the child born place of inhabitance D by what institution was referred age, date of birth 12. During examination of healthy baby, the following part of the case history after Passport data is: complaints anamnesis of disease anamnesis of life D epidemiological anamnesis allergic anamnesis 1

13. The general condition of the patient are all given below, except: Slight Satisfactory Moderate D Sever (grave) Terminal 14. Physical examination of the child includes: observation palpation percussion D auscultation - all given before are correct 15. What is the mane official document of a hospitalized patient in which all information about his health state, objective, subjective examinations and laboratory investigations are recorded? Case history The case of baby development The statistics card D Medical certificate Outpatients card 16. Morphological features of mature newborns include all signs given below, except: subcutaneous fat is developed well small pudendal lips are covered by large ones cartilages of ears, nostrils are soft D nails are dense place of umbilical cord is in the middle of abdomen 17. What is not characteristic for functional maturity of newborn? presence of physiological hypertonus of muscles hyperbilirubinemia ability to keep temperature D emotional cry reaction to light, sound, inspection 18. Premature newborn born before full weeks of gestational period: 35 weeks 36 weeks 37 weeks D 38 weeks 39 weeks

19. What medicine we can use for prevention of gonoblennorrhea at newborn? solution of analgin 25% solution of furacillin 1:5000 solution of potassium permanganat 0,05% D erythromycini ointment 0,5% hydrogen peroxide 20. Duration of early neonatal period is: 40th weeks of pregnancy-7th day of life 28th weeks of pregnancy-7th day of life 1-14th day of life D 1-28th day of life 1-7th day of life 21. What time after birth is it possible to put healthy newborn to the mothers breast? in 4 hrs at once after birth in maternity room in 24 hrs D in 6 hrs in 12 hrs 22. When we estimate general condition of newborn according to Apgar scale? on the 1st and 5th minute of baby life on the 1st, 2nd and 5th minute of baby life on the 2nd and 5th minute of baby life D on the 5th and 10th minute of baby life on the 10th and 30th minute of baby life 23. What clinical sign does Apgar scale include? heartbeat breathing color of skin D muscle tonus, reflexes all answers are correct 24. How many points of Apgar scale coordinate to healthy newborn? 8-10 points 6-7 points 4-5 points D 1-3 points 11-13 points 25. How many points of Apgar scale coordinate of the 3rd degree asphyxia of newborn? 8-10 points 6-7 points 4-5 points D 1-3 points 11-13 points 2

26. What condition is not physiological for a healthy newborn? transitional circulation polycitemia sexual crisis D kernicterus intestinal catarrh 27. Sexual crisis condition, except: includes following

32. What concentration of bilirubine in premature newborn might arises kernicterus? 26-34 mcmol/l 103-137 mcmol/l 51-60 mcmol/l D 138-160 mcmol/l 171-200 mcmol/l 33. What clinical sign is characterized for physiological mastopathy? asymmetrically increased of mammary glands the skin above mammary glands is not changed pain during palpation of mammary glands D fluctuation purulent secretion from nipple 34. What condition is not physiological for a healthy newborn? hypotonia of muscles hyperbilirubinemia mastopathy D desquamation of skin milia 35. The hyaline and granular casts, leukocytes, epitheliums are observed sometimes in urine sediment. What age of newborn this modification of urine must disappear to? To the middle of the: 1st week 2nd week 3d week D 4th week 2nd month 36. When physician put a newborn on the abdomen, baby reflectory turns his head to the side. What reflex was check at baby? defense reflex sucking reflex crawling reflex D supporting reflex searching reflex

albuminuria physiologic mastopathy vaginal hemorrhage (metrorrhagia) D edema of the external genital organs milia 28. Body temperature of newborn increased up to 39C on the 3rd life-day. Baby is restless, he drinks greedily and he has all signs of the dehydratation. What transitory condition does baby have? transitory hyperbilirubinemia transitory losing of initial body weight transitory hyperthermia D transitory polycyitemia transitory intestine catarrh 29. What flora is present of newborn intestine during 10-20 hours after birth? Escherichia Colli Bifidobacteria Cocces D Fugnal infection no one microorganism (sterile intestine) 30. Transitory loss of initial body weight composes: 11-13 % 3-6 % 10-12 % D 12-14 % 14-16 % 31. What condition does not correspond to transitional changes of the skin of newborn? milia physiological erythema vesiculopustulosis D physiological jaundice physiological desquamation

37. Permanent reflexes exist during the whole life. They include all reflexes given below, except: swallowing reflex tendon reflexes of limbs corneal reflex D conjunctival reflex sucking reflex 38. Unconditional reflexes in a newborn include all reflexes given below, except: crawling reflex (of Bauer) Robinsons reflex Grefe reflex D palm-mouth reflex (of Babkin) Moro reflex 39. The basic oral reflexes include all reflexes given below, except: sucking reflex searching reflex trunk reflex D crawling reflex (of Bauer) palm-mouth reflex (of Babkin) 40. What reflex from given below is painful? Moro reflex Perezs reflex Galants reflex D Robinsons reflex reflex of Kernig 41. The basic spinal reflexes include all reflexes given below, except: crawling reflex searching reflex supporting reflex D Robinsons reflex Moro reflex 42. Symmetric cervical tonic reflex is examined in lying position by: turning the head of the baby pressing by thumb to the sole pressing by thumb to the zygomatic arch D bending the leg of the baby in the knee and hip joints bending the head of the baby

43. Doctor encloses fingers in the childs palms and the child firmly holds the doctors fingers and doctor lift the baby. What reflex was check at child? Galants reflex crawling reflex (of Bauer) Robinsons reflex D Moro reflex Palmar-mouth reflex (of Babkin) 44. What reflex has two phases? Galants reflex crawling reflex (of Bauer) Robinsons reflex D Moro reflex palm-mouth reflex (of Babkin) 45. Palm-mouth reflex (of Babkin) is examined by: - pressing by thumb to the zygomatic arch - pressing by thumb to the sole - pressing by thumb to the thenor regions D - lifting baby on 20 cm - lowing baby on 20 cm 46. In a maternity home, healthy parents without harmful habits gives birth to mature boy without complications. Average body mass of healthy mature boy is: A 3200-3400 gr. B 2000-2500 gr. C 1500-2000 gr. D 4500-5000 gr. E 4000-4500 gr. 47. What is the normal body length of the healthy newborn at birth? A 50-52 cm. B 46-49 cm. C 45-46 cm. D 56-58 cm. E 54-56 cm. 48. What monthly average increase of weight body should be in the first six months of a life? A 500 gr. B 400 gr. C 700 gr. D 600 gr. E 900 gr. 4

49. What monthly average increase of weight body should be in the second half of the first year of life? A 350 gr. B 200 gr. C 700 gr. D 500 gr. E 800 gr. 50. What formula does define body mass from 1 year till 10 years (n - number of years)? A 10+n B 10-2n C 10.5+n D 10.5+4n E 10+2n 51. Mother of 10 months baby addressed a pediatrician about the body weight of the child in 1 year. A 10 kg. B 9 kg . C 8 kg. D 13 kg. E 12 kg. 52. How does the growth of the child increase in 1 quarter of the first year? On: A 2.5 cm. B 3 cm. C 2 cm. D 1.5 cm. E 1 cm. 53. At what age, the circumference of head equals that of thorax? A 5 days B 2 month C 4 month D 5 month E 6 month 54. During the examination of 4 months baby, the pediatrician defined that his weight - growth indicators are in limits from 10th to 25th centile (P10 - P25). How do you estimate physical development of this child? A average B higher than average C lower than average D the low

E the high 55. During examination of 5-month natural fed baby, the pediatrician revealed 12% deficiency of body weight. What from listed arent characteristics for hypotrophy 1st degree: A. General condition of the baby is satisfactory B. Turgor of tissue is critically lowered C. Lag of growth is absent D. Elasticity of the skin moderately lowered E. Subcutaneous fat on the abdomen decreased only 56. The teacher shown students 3-years old boy, his height is 82 cm /birth height was 50 cm, weight 3kg/.This condition calls A. Nanism B. Hypostatura C. Gigantism D. Hypotrophy E. Paratrophy 57. What from listed below reasons can result in a growth inhibition? A. Endocrine diseases B. Hereditary diseases C. Chronic exogenous intoxication D. Social conditions E. All listed are true 58. Mother of 6-months baby complaints that weight of her baby increases slowly. After examination the pediatrician made diagnosis: Hypotrophy of the 2nd degree. Which deficiency of body weight is characterized by hypotrophy of the 2nd degree? A. 5-10 % B. 11-20 % C. 21-30 % D. 31-40 % E. 40 % or more 59. All listed below related to clinical forms of variability of physical development, except for: A. Paratrophy B. Nanism C. Hypotrophy D. Edema 5

E. Gigantism 60. During examination at the 4-years old baby it is defined that his height coordinates to 7 years baby. What pathology does fit such deviation of the height to? A. Nanism B. Subnanism C. Gigantism D. Hypotrophy E. Subgigantism 61. During anthropometry of the 1-year old baby 15% surplus of body weight defined. What form of physical development disorders can you suspect about? A. Harmonious development of body B. Hypotrophy C. Paratrophy D. Gigantism E. Nanism 62. How many degrees of hypotrophy are there depend on clinical current and deficiency of body weight? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5 63. During examination of 8-month girl the pediatrician defined that her body length is less than normative. But the factual body weight corresponds to the body length of the child. What is this condition called? A. Hypotrophy 1st degree B. Hypotrophy 2nd degree C. Hypotrophy 3rd degree D. Hypostature E. Paratrophy 64. The signs of hypotrophy of the 3rd degree are all listed, except for: A. Deficiency of body weight more then 31% B. Thickness of subcutaneous fat layer on the chest, limbs and face C. The muscles tone is critically lowered D. Childs face becomes like to a person of old age-Face of Voltaire

E. Chulitskaya index is slightly lowered 65. When does the child begin to hold his head? In age of: 1,5-2 month 4 month 5 month D 6 month 7 month 66. When does the child begin to stand with support? In age of: 2-3 month 6-8 month 10-12 month D 4-5 month 12-14 month 67. When does the child begin to walk? In age of: 14 month 8 month 10 month D 16 month 12 month 68. How many words does the childs vocabulary contain by the end of the first year of life? 2-4 words 5-7 words 8-10 words D 13-15 words 16-20 words 69. When does the child begin to say separate syllables like ba-ba-ba, ma-ma-ma, etc. babble? In age of: 4 month 8 month 10 month D 6 month 12 month 70. When does the child begin to seat? In age of: 2 month 3 month 9 month D 6 month 6

10 month 71. What position of the body characteristic for a healthy newborn? flexed extended compelled D tetanus convulsive

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72. When does the child start to give out the first sounds (u-u-u, a-a-a, agu-agu, etc.)? In age of: 2-3 weeks 3 month 5 month D 4-6 weeks 4 month 73. How often does physician carried out evaluation of nervous and psychic growth in the 2nd year? once in every 4 months once in every 2 months once in every 6 months D once in every 3 months once in every 5 months 74. What are incorporated general movements in the 2nd half of the 1st year (612 months)? - active speaking - playing with objects - the ability to understand and comprehend language D - interaction with others - all given before are correct 75. What reasons are caused psychological disorder in children? conflicts in school life carelessness of the family death of a family member D punishment without guilt - all given before are correct 76. The frequent childrens neurosis symptoms include all given bellow, except: incontinence urine (specially at night) hepatomegalia insomnia (sleeping disturbance) the

D anorexia nervosa vomiting 77. 7 years old boy cannot concentrate, his memory is affected. He has unconditional movements. Hs mood is changed. All this symptoms occurred after tonsillitis. What organic disease of nervous system can be presence at child? chorea minor incontinence urine epilepsy D migraine cerebral palsy 78. Which antenatal risk factors can be occurred the defects in the activities of the nervous system? intra-uterine infections alcohol, smoking genetic defects D professional aspects - all given before are correct 79. Pathognomonic external signs of the Downs syndrome include all given bellow, except: wide and flat nose bridge short neck slanting line of the eye, 'mongoloid' eyes D hydrocephalia macroglossia 80. Breast milk: A. Contains high amount of casein B. High buffer capacity C. Contains low amount of lipase D. Immunological protective factors E. Contains -lactose 81. Advantages of breast-feeding in comparison with cow milk feeding are all listed below, except: A. High amount of casein Contains -lactose C. Contains high amount of albumin D. Contains high amount of lipase E. Immunological protective factors 82.The difference between breast milk and cow milk. Breast milk contains: 7

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A. Contains more protein B. Contains less protein C. Contains more fat Contains less fat E. Contains less carbohydrates 83.Breast milk contains protein in fraction of: A. B. C. D. E. Albumin Globulin Casein Caseinogen Fibrinogen

D. Feeding by breast milk is the basis of normal mental development E. Special mother-child relations which arise during the breast-feeding are the prerequisites for forming friendly relations to people and society as a whole at adult age 87.Technique and rules of breast-feeding is all below, except: A. Mother must be comfortable and completely at case B. The babys lips should engage considerable areole as well as nipple C. Time of feeding (for healthy infants) must be no more than 60 min D. The breast should be washed E. The infant should empty at least on breast at each feeding 88.The secretion of the breast during the later term of pregnancy and from 2-4 days after delivery is called colostrum. Characteristics of colostrum are all listed below, except: A. It has a deep lemon yellow color B. Its reaction is alkaline C. Contains less of protein, then a mature breast milk D. The total amount of colostrums secreted daily is 10-40 ml E. Contains less carbohydrate 89.The energy value of 1 liter of mature breast milk is approximately A. B. C. D. E. 700-750 kcal 1000-1100 kcal 400-500 kcal 1400-1500 kcal 900-950 kcal

84.The age of the child is 2,5 months. The childs mother complains about the lack of breast milk. What will doctor prescribe in order to calculate the amount of milk received by the child? A - Decant breast milk before feeding (by method of massaging mammary glands in order to receive all content of breast milk before feeding) B - Measure babies weight after feeding C - Take Control weight D - Measure sized of mammary gland before and after feeding E - None of the above 85.Natural feeding it is feeding of children in infancy with mothers milk, percentage of mothers milk in daily food volume before introducing solid food must be at least: A. B. C. D. E. 100% 90% 85% 80% 70% 86.Advantages of breast-feeding are all listed below, except: A. Artificial feeding increases risk of an allergy in children B. Feeding from the bottle increases risk of an infectious disease C. Breast feeding increases risk of getting caries and orthodontic problem

90. What is the established quantity of feeding for a 7 month baby in a day? A. 3 times B. 4 times C. 5 times D. 6 times E. 8 times 91. What is the permissible daily volume of food for a baby in a breast age? A. 800 ml B. 600 ml C. 1500 ml D. 1000 ml E. 2000ml 92. Which formula is necessary to use, for counting the daily volume need of a juice for a breast feeding baby? (n-is a age of a baby in month): A. n x 20 ml B. n x 10 ml C. n + 10 ml D. n +20 ml E. n +15 ml 93. The mother of 1.5 month girl turned to a doctor. She complained that the time of her kids feeding is almost 45 minutes. What is the middle period of a breast feeding? A. 40-45 min B. 45-50 min C. 10-15 min D. 15-20 min E. 50-55 min 94. What is daily need of 7 month natural fed babies in fats? A. 4, 5 B. 5, 5 C. 7 D. 6, 5 E. 7, 5 95. During the treating, a mother asks the pediatrician about the period of a year, when its undesirable to separate the baby of a breast feeding.

A. in winter B. in summer C. in autumn D. in spring E. in a time of years period changing 96. Which mass of a baby is it necessary to count the daily volume of food for a baby after 2nd weeks of life? A. Actual B. The mass that should be (requirement) C. Average statistical D. Dont mention the mass E. There is no right answer 97. Its necessary to count the ration of feeding for a 3,5 month baby. Indicate the daily need in milk, which is necessary for a baby of this age. A.1/4 of a mass B. 1/5 of a mass C. 1/6 of a mass D. 1/7 of a mass E. 1/8 of a mass 98. The baby was born with a mass 4500 gr. Which method should the neonatologist use, for counting the volume of milk on a fifth day of babys life? A. the formula of Zaiceva B. the formula of Finkelstein C. method of volume D. the formula of Tura E. the formula of Maslov 99. What is daily need of 2 month natural fed babies in proteins? (g/kg): A. 4 B. 3, 5 C. 2,2 D. 4,2 E. 0.5-1, 5 100. For 5,5 month baby a hypotrophy of 2nd degree is necessary to make a correction of feeding in proteins. What is necessary to use of these products? broth meat 9

curds D fish kefir 101. In a child hospital, because of pneumonia, there is a baby of 5 month. After a recovery, the doctor recommends to his mother to add the 1st solid food. What is necessary to use from this list? juice grated apple semolina D vegetable puree kefir, curds 102. A young mother is interested: in which time of a day, its better to give a juice to a baby of any age? directly to a meal immediately after eating during eating D between eating periods in the night period 103. In a breast department, because of pneumonia, there is a baby of 6 month. After recovery the doctor recommends to his mother to lead the 1st solid food. Which feeding is necessary to change on a 1st solid food? 1-6.00 2-10.00 3-13.00 D 4-16.00 5-20.00 104. At a breast department, because of bronchitis, there is a 7 month baby. After his recovery, the doctor recommends for his mother to lead the 2nd solid food. What is necessary to use from this list? juice grated apple semolina D vegetable puree kefir, curds 105. The ration of 6,5 month baby, which is on a natural feeding, includes 2 types of solid food. From which age, the first solid

food is led to babies, who are on a natural feeding? 3 month 4 month 6 month D 5 month 7 month 106. A grandmother of 7 month baby turned to a childs hospital (Breast feeding). What age you will recommend fruit juice? 3 month 4 month 5 month D 6 month 7 month 107. The mother of 7 month baby is interested, how to know about babys allergy on a concrete product? The main criteria of babys habit to a new product can be everything, except of: high increase of babys mass keeping appetite clear skin D no allergy reaction during the day all answers are correct 108. A 8 month baby, after having an enterocolitis, has an unsettled stool. The doctor recommended to his mother to add the bilberrys kissel to babys ration of feeding. From which age is it possible to give the baby a bilberry kissel? 5,5 month 6,5 month 7,5 month D 1 year 8,5 month 109. At a breast department, because of otitis and pneumonia, there is a baby of 9 month. After recovery, doctor recommends to his mother to add the 3rd solid food. What is used more often from this list? sour milky products grated apple egg yolk D vegetable puree buckwheat porridge

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110. What method will you use for calculating Vol. 24hr by breast feeding of premature newborn (mass by birth 2400gms) for 21st day of life of baby? A Volumetric method B the formula of Zaiceva C the formula of Finkelshtein D the formula of Tura E the formula of Romelja 111. The child C, age of 1 day, mass by birth 2420 gr, height - 43 cm, single volume of feeding in first day of life is: A - 5-7 ml B - 10-15 ml C - 2-3 ml D - 15-20 ml E - 2-5 ml 112. The mass by the birth of the child C. is 2200gms. The term of the pregnancy by the delivery is 36 weeks. There is a Sucking reflex. What method of feeding will you recommend for this baby? A - by breast of mother B - with bottle C - by tube D - by spoon E - by dropper 113. The mass by birth was 2350 gr, height 42 cm. Which formula is used for calculating daily volume (V24), of breast milk for 1st day of life of baby? A - V24 = (n+10) for 100 gr of mass by birth B - V24 = n x 70 C - V24 = (n x 10) for 100 gr of mass by birth D - V24 = (n x 80) E - V24 = 2% mass by birth x n 114. The child N: Age - 2 weeks, mass by birth 2400 gr. Height - 43 cm. Increase in mass of body is 25gr/kg/24hr. What kind of mass of body will you use for calculating V24 of feeding for this baby? A - the mass by birth B requirement mass C mass by birth and present mass D - all of the above E - present mass (mass at the moment)

115. Mass by birth of baby M, is 2100 gr. Height - 42 cm. Now age of baby is 3 weeks, child has breast feeding. How much Proteins is needed by this child in 24 hrs (gm/kg)? A 4,5 B 1,5 C 2,5 D 1,0 E 5,0 116. The age of boy is 2 month. Mass by birth was 2200 gr. Height - 43cm. The child has breast feeding. Necessary amount of protein in 24 hrs (g/kg) is: A 2,5 B 1,5 C 4,2 D 5,2 E 1.2 117. The girl - age 2 weeks was born with birth mass 2350 gr, height - 40 cm. Breast feeding is given. How much fat (g/kg) does child need? A 4,5 B 5,5 C 6.5 D 7,5 E 3,5 118. The child L. goes from Maternity home to his home in 5 days. Mass by birth is 2450 gr. Height 44 cm. Breast feeding is given. How many carbohydrates (g/kg) does child need? A 13 B 15 C 16 D 10 E 18 119. Mass by birth of child C. is 1800 gr. The term of the pregnancy by the delivery is 34 weeks. Age of baby is 24 hrs. Which method of feeding is recommended for this baby? A - by breast of mother B - with bottle C - by tube D - by spoon E - by dropper 11

120. In 5 days after delivery, the milk of a woman was disappeared. The most important mixture of a bottle feeding for a baby is: A ,,Health B. ,,Detolact 2 C. ,,Baby D. ,,Acidophil milk E. ,,Nan 1 121. Which disease from this list is not absolute contra-indication for breast feeding child? A. Gender trauma of brain with a hemorrhage B. wolfs mouth and hares lip C. hemolytic disease of babies D. distressyndrom E. serious prematurity 122. The mother advice to a doctor because of giving sour milky mixtures to a 5 month artificial fed baby. Which lacks of the blends should the doctor know? A. threat of acidosis B. protein is on a rolled condition C. Slowly evacuate from a stomach D. linger the growth of e.Coli E. increase the secretion of stomach 123. Qualitative composition of garantic cows milk is conditioned by its sourness. The sourness of garantic cows milk is (by Turner) not more than: A. 20 B. 25 C. 30 D. 45 E. 35 124. Indicate the ration of artificial feeding for a 2,5 month baby. Show the daily quantity of a mixture which is necessary for a baby of this age: A. 1/4 of his mass B. 1/5 of his mass C. 1/6 of his moss D. 1/7 of his mass E. 1/8 of his mass 125. The composition of cow milk has an

important meaning for making an adaptive mixture. What quantity of fats has the garantic cows milk? Not less: A. 20 gm/l B. 25 gm/l C. 50 gm/l D. 35 gm/l E. 45 gm/l 126. Clinical symptoms of babys starvation is everything except of: A. leveling of weighing line (no change with weight) B. uncasing nervesing (graph show no change irrechgt ) C. rare diuresis D. changes of stool E. increasing the temperature 127. Count the ration of feeding by blends for a 5 month baby. Show daily quantity of milk which the baby of 5 months age needs by volumetric method: A.1/4 of a mass B. 1/5 of a mass C. 1/6 of a mass D. 1/7 of a mass E. 1/8 of a mass 128. The mother with a 1,5 month baby, which is on a bottle feeding with a mixture ,,Detalact 1, asked for a help to a doctor. Which method should the doctor use for a counting the volume of mixture for a baby per day? A the formula of Zaiceva B. the formula of Finkelshtein C. volumetric method D. the formula of Tura E. there is no right answer 129. What is the most available blend for 7 months artificial fed baby? A. ,,HiPP 1 B. ,,Detolact 1 C. ,,Baby D. Acydophil milk E. ,,Nan 2 130. What is the difference between terms of 12

additional foods leading and foodstuffs for babies, who are on a natural feeding, from terms that were recommended for bottle feeding? By artificial feeding we introduce solid food: A. Introduction 1 month earlier B. Introduction 1 month after C. Introduction 2 weeks earlier D. Introduction 2 weeks after E. The type of feeding has no importance. 131. What is daily need of 8 month artificial fed (mixture "Nan") babies in fats? (g/kg): A. 4,5 B. 7 C. 5,5 D. 6-7 E. 7,5 132. In which age the 1st solid food introduce for artificial fed babies? A. 3, 5 months B. 4, 0 months C. 5,5months D. 5, 0 months E. 5, 5 months 133. What is daily need of 4 month artificial fed babies in carbohydrates? (g/kg): A. 9 B. 10 C. 13 D. 17 E. 15 134. Because of bronchitis, there is infant at childrens department, which is on a artificial feeding. After recovery, a doctor recommends to the mother to introduce the second solid food. What is necessary to recommend from this list below? A. Juice B. Hardened apple C. Meat broth D. Vegetables puree E. Kefir, curds. 135. In a childrens department, because of pneumonia, there is the baby. He has

artificial feeding. After recovery, a doctor recommends his mother to lead the third solid food. Which kind of solid food is usually used in this time? A. sour-milk products B. apple puree C. semolina D. vegetables puree E. buckwheat porridge 136. In which age the juice introduce for artificial fed babies? A. 2,0 month B. 3,0 month C. 5,5 month D. 4 month E. 6 month. 137. What kind of solid food we usually use as the 1st additional food for artificial fed baby? A. juice B. hardened apple C. semolina D. vegetables puree E. kefir, curds 138. Its necessary to count a time-table feeding for a 6,5 month which is on a artificial feeding. Indicate a daily quantity of a mixture which is needed for a baby of this age. A. 1/4 from an require mass B. 1/5 from an require mass C. 1/6 from an require mass D. 1/7 from an require mass E. 1/8 from an require mass 139. A baby was born with a mass 3500gr. Which method should doctor use to calculate daily volume of mixture on a fifth day of babys life? A. colometric method B. the formula of Finkelstein C. volumetric method D. the formula of Tura E. the formula of Maslov 140. The mother of 3 month natural fed baby gives him also a bottle food of blends. The doctor insists to recommend giving an 13

additional food A. Before natural feeding B. After natural feeding C. between natural feedings D. in 20 minutes after natural feeding E. in 30 minutes after natural feeding 141. Pediatrician prescribed for a 4 month baby to make a control weighing 3 times a day. The evidence for a control weighing is everything, except: A. curves leveling of babys mass increasing B. mothers galactorrhea C. ,,hunger stool of a baby D. nurvesing of a baby (anxiety, worry) E. mothers hypohalactia 142. Daily necessity of fat during combined feeding for babies from 0 till 3 month, is (g/kg) A. 5 B. 5.5 C. 6.5 D. 8.5 E. 7-7,5 143. Grandmother of a 7 month baby turned to the infants department. By her words the baby is on the combined feeding by breast milk and mixture ,,Baby. Direct the daily necessity of food, which the kid of this age needs. A. 1/4 of requirement mass B. 1/5 of requirement mass C. 1/6 of requirement mass D. 1/7 of requirement mass E. 1/8 of requirement mass 144. A baby was born in a mass 4800 gm. It was tested that the mother has a hypogalactia in 30-40 per cents from a necessary quality of milk. Which method should the doctor use for counting the volume of milk and mixture on a 6 day babys life? A. the formula of Zaiceva B. the formula of Finkelshtein

C. volumetric method D. the formula of Tura E. the formula of Maslov 145. The mother of 3,5 month baby which is on a combined feeding turned to a hospital with a complains on a hypogalactia. What is necessary to do for counting the quantity of milk which was eaten by baby? A. to pour off the milk before feeding B. to weigh the baby after feeding C. to make a control weighing (before and after feeding) D. to measure the volume of mammary before and after feeding E. there is no right answer 150. With a help of control weighing, pediatrician defined the deficit of breast milk in a woman of childbirth. The most proper mixture for combined feeding of a 2 months baby is: A. ,,Health B. ,,Detolact C. ,,Baby D. ,,Acydofily milk E. ,,Nan 1 152. The mother of 7 month baby is interested, how to know about the allergy of a baby on a concrete product. The main criterions of babys habit to a new food are everything, except: A. high increasing of babys mass B. keeping the appetite C. clear skin D. stool with a small quality of mucus and indigested pieces E. Sufficient diuresis 153. The mother of 8 month baby complains on a decrease of milk. The most rational mixture for a combined feeding of a baby such age is: A. Not adaptive blend number 4 B. Not adaptive blend number 4 C. ,,HiPP 2 D. ,,Malutka E. ,,Baby

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154. Its necessary to count the ration of a combined feeding for a 1 month baby. Indicate daily quantity of milk which is necessary for a kid of this age. A 1/4 of requirement mass B. 1/5 of requirement mass C. 1/6 of requirement mass D. 1/7 of requirement mass E. 1/8 of requirement mass 155. Daily need of fats during mixed feeding for babies from 6 till 12 month, is (g/kg) A. 3.5 B. 5.5 C. 6.5 D. 4.5 E. 7 156. Daily requirement of protein during mixed feeding (while using high adapted mixtures) in fist 2 months of life is (g/kg) A. 3.0 B. 3.2 C. 3.5 D. 2.2 E. 4.5 157. Terms of giving of fruit juices during mixed feeding are: A. From 2 weeks B. From 1 month C. From 5.5 months D. From 4 months E. Older than 6 months 158. Which way of giving supplementary feeding is the best? A by spoon B by bottle C by dropper D by tube E none of listed 159. Supplementary feeding is: A Milk mixture B Fruit juice C Vegetable puree D Fruit puree E Semolina 160. What can be the reason of using mixed feeding? A. Pneumonia of child B. Cleft hard palate C. Hypogalactia of mother D. Wrong from nipple E. Galactorrhea 161. At which amount of breast milk in daily ration mixed feeding is approximately equal to natural feeding? A. 2/3 of daily ration B. 1/2 of daily ration C. 1/3 of daily ration D. 1/4 of daily ration E. 1/5 of daily ration

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