Communicable Diseases Nurse Test

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

46 Responses

  1. jhen says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.

    You scored 25 out of 25.

    Your performance has been rated as Perfect!

  2. Danica says:

    I’ve got 18/25..

  3. anne says:

    got 17…go go go…!!!huhuh

  4. rik says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 27 out of 25.

    Yes, ang galing ko talaga! Saludo para sa akin!

  5. Lara says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 24 out of 25.

    Your performance has been rated as Good work!

    hahaha.. for the second time nakuha din :)

  6. Joge C. says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 9 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Not bad!

    MABUHAY ANG UNIVERSITY OF SAN AGUSTIN (Iloilo City)COLLEGE OF NURSING!
    hahaha

  7. cha-cha says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.

    You scored 22 out of 25.

    Your performance has been rated as Good work!

  8. Liexel says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 23 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Good work!

    :(

  9. rodgie Llarin says:

    16/25 …study hard =)

  10. JunYours says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 20 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Registered Nurse!^_^

  11. kris says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.

    You scored 21 out of 25.

    Your performance has been rated as Good work!

  12. bsn - II Wherm :) says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 10 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Keep trying! haha! its okay, i just gave a try. :D

  13. ricky says:

    19/25 not bad…

  14. mein.capalad says:

    You have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 21 out of 25.
    Your performance have been rated as 'Very Good'

    not bad. :) thanks to my reviewer sir PANTI. :)

  15. aneew yoj says:

    satisfactory lang ako.po keep trying….:S

  16. You have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 17 out of 25.
    Your performance have been rated as 'Competent':p

  17. Joy 25 says:

    I got 17/25…Not bad!!!(-:

  18. CoSynX says:

    20/25 very good.. nice! m/ but i have to try harder.. :)

  19. achu says:

    i got 10/25

  20. Hector says:

    aw 14/25…….no idea sa DHF at minimal knowledge sa TB… hahahah study muna ng TB at DHF lol

  21. donard says:

    ako yata lowest dito. 14/25. hahahahahaxD

  22. ceeeejay says:

    i got 18!!!!! not bad….more push on studying>.<

  23. mmyo says:

    i mean, pray for all of us!

  24. mmyo says:

    i got 14/25 :(

    pray for me… i'll be taking the NLE this july 2 & 3, 2011

  25. myles says:

    15 lng..

  26. djay says:

    I got 19 in the first run of answering…

    and 25 "unbeatable" for the retake :)

    Thanks for this. :)

  27. jheyare says:

    i got 15. :D

  28. Von Sagusay says:

    Hello.. tnx for the quiz but i have a question about number 2 (virulence). It conflicted with what I know during my undergrad years and during my recent review. For me the answer is pathogenicity (not in the choices) not virulence. I also have a link below which will direct you to a definition of virulence and pathogenicity. Thank you po!

    Pathogenicity refers to the ability of an organism to cause disease. Virulence, a term often used interchangeably with pathogenicity, refers to the degree of pathology caused by the organism. The extent of the virulence is usually correlated with the ability of the pathogen to multiply within the host and may be affected by other factors (ie, conditional)

    Pwede po ma-ask anong reference ang nagamit ny0 po? tnx.. I'm planning to take the board kasi this july 2011 and medyo mild anxiety mode napo ako ngayon.. hehehe

  29. yee says:

    i got 11..hehehe

  30. beauty says:

    You have completed Communicable Disease.

    You scored 18 out of 25.

    Your performance have been rated as 'Good'

    God thank you :o

  31. jess says:

    I got 24.

  32. screamer says:

    haaay 10 out of 25……and my performance have been rated as" have passed"

  33. rk says:

    You have completed Communicable Disease.
    You scored 19 out of 25.
    Your performance have been rated as ‘Good’
    STUDY STUDY STUDY more….

  34. mary rose says:

    You scored 19 out of 25.

    Your performance have been rated as 'Good'

    not bad ang score…. kasi last year ko pa napagaralan ung communicable stilll may natutunan parin…

  35. bernadette viray says:

    16 lang nakuha koh.,hmp

  36. lorac says:

    You have completed Communicable Disease.

    You scored 22 out of 25.

    Your performance have been rated as 'Very Good'

  37. meliza says:

    hello thanks po sa mga practice question sana ganito sa board exam..thanks alot.few more days to go nalng.kakakaba.

  38. meliza says:

    You have completed Communicable Disease.

    You scored 18 out of 25.

    Your performance have been rated as 'Good'

  39. jomspogi says:

    got 19 out of 25.. not bad.. go aspiring RN…u can do it also.. pray hard and give ur best shot.. Godbless.. joms, Rn july 2010.

  40. kim says:

    korak…analyze plz…

  41. marvin says:

    sa no.11 prang mali.., ang alm ko pag incubation period wla pang s/sx pro papunta na hindi pa lang nagaappear.. alam ko prodomal ung 1st s/sx appearance

    • Daisy Jane, RN says:

      Hi there Marvin!

      The question keyword is BETWEEN – the time interval BETWEEN the first exposure and the appearance of signs and symptoms. Thus, it occurs after the first exposure and before the appearance of signs and symptoms. :)

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