Microbiology Nursing Questions and Answers

Microbiology Quiz

Microbiology is the study of all living organisms that are too small to be visible with the naked eye. This microbiology quiz check your knowledge and you can prepare well before the exam
microbiology nursing questions and answers


Nursing Quizzes

Microbiology Nursing Questions and Answers

Why does the influenza vaccine seldom produces hypersensitivity?
Which term is used when an objects contaminated with pathogenic microorganisms?
Which organism is used for microbial assay of Chloramphenicol?
Which infection is diagnosed with Paul-Bunnel test?
Which organism's strain is used in Rideal Walker Test?
Why does the mycobacterium genus is said to be acid fast or acid resistant?
Which biological indicator is used for dry heat sterilization?
Which organism causes most of the food poisoning?
Which of the body cells are mainly affected by H.I.V and causing immunosuppression?
Which of the following is an example of gram negative organism?
In which disease condition, signet ring is seen?
Which term is used for the highest dilution of antibody in a serum which will react with its specific antigen?
What is the optimal Temperature for Psychrophilic Bacteria?
Which following bacteria causes dental caries?
Which organism is commonly causes the gas gangrene?
Which condition is diagnosed by Wasserman Test?
Which condition is associated with Dick Test?
Which disease condition is diagnosed by shick test?
Which condition is identified by Ziehl–Neelsen method?
Which toxin of staphylococci is responsible for manifestation of poisoning?
Microbiology Nursing Questions and Answers
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Microbiology Quiz – Kerala PSC Staff Nurse Exam


1. The most important cause of infection in the burn is?

P. aeruginosa
E. coli
Candida albicans
Protozoa

2. The only pathogenic yeast is?

Saccharomyces
Pseudomycelium
Cryptococcus neoformans
Conidia

3. Reverse isolation would be appropriate?

A patient with tuberculosis
A patient who has had minor surgery
A patient with glaucoma
A patient with leukemia

4. Which one of the following fungi is the most serious threat in a bone marrow transplant unit?

Candida albicans
Aspergillus
Blastomyces
Cryptococcus


Anatomy and Physiology Quiz

5. Which of the following is a contraindication for the varicella vaccine?

Old age
Children less than 6 years
Pregnancy
Breastfeeding

6. Father of microbiology?

Louis Pasteur
Lister
Ruska
Robert Koch

7. Smallpox vaccine was first discovered by?

Robert Koch
Lister
Louis Pasteur
Edward Jenner

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