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BREAST FEEDING WEEK QUIZ

Quiz by Saraswathy Vinoth

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50 questions
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  • Q1

    The objectives of WABA  are

    Inform, Anchor, Engage, Galvanise

    Inform, Act. Engage, Galvanise

    Inform, Anchor, Act, Galvanise

    Inform, Educate. Engage, Galvanise

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  • Q2

     Human milk banks primarily focused to provide donor milk to ________ admitted in the neonatal unit.

    Full term newborn

    Post term newborns

    Preterm newborns

    High risk newborns

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  • Q3

    The collection, storage and dispensing  of mother’s milk for consumption by her own baby admitted at SNCUs done by

    Lactation Management Units (LMUs)  

    Reference Centres (RCs)

    Lactation Support Units (LSUs)

    Comprehensive Lactation Management Centres (CLMCs) 

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  • Q4

    Cooled, heat processed milk can be stored sealed for up to ________ at 4°C for dispensing without freezing

     72 hours

    48 hours

    24 hours 

    96 hours

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  • Q5

    The amino acid in the breastmilk that acts as a neurotransmitter is

    Lymphocytes 

    Lactoferrin

    Taurine 

    Lysozymes

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  • Q6

     Cluster feeding, sometimes called bunch feeding, is characterized by ………..

    Excessive nursing on demand

    Excessive nursing that happens early evening

    Excessive nursing every 2 hourly

    Excessive nursing in a short period of time.

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  • Q7

    The  Post colostral period

    From 7 to14 days

    From 3 to7 days

    From 7 to 21 days

    From14 to 21 days

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  • Q8

     Breast feeding is contraindicated in which of the following condition:

    Infants with galactosemia

    Maternal Hepatitis B

     Infants with Cystic Fibrosis

     Maternal Hepatitis C

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  • Q9

    Current Neo-natal mortality rate 

    28 per 1000 live birth

    18 per 1000 live birth

    25 per 1000 live birth

    12 per 1000 live birth

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  • Q10

    The amount of milk needed for pre-pasteurization microbiological culture of donor's milk is

     5 ml

    20 ml

    10 ml

    15 ml

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  • Q11

    The best method to prevent infection before collecting expressed breast milk is

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    freetext://HAND HYGIENE

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  • Q12

    Expressed breast milk which is stored under the Freezer at 0 degree F or -18 degree Celsius can be used within

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    freetext://SIX MONTHS

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  • Q13

     A complex phenomenon involving many hormones and reflexes in lactation is called

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    freetext://LACTOGENESIS

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  • Q14

    Decision making by a patient on own

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    freetext://AUTONOMY

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  • Q15

    The substance either herb or drug which increases the breast milk secretion is called

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    freetext://GALACTOGOGUES

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  • Q16

    This is the step done after deep freezing in milk banking

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    freetext://THAWING

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  • Q17

    Artificial  infant food is otherwise 

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    freetext://FORMULA

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  • Q18

    Role of breast milk against respiratory infections like COVID is

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    freetext://ANTI INFLAMMATORY

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  • Q19

    Aspiration of breast milk leads to

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    freetext://PNEUMONIA

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  • Q20

    It is a reflex motion that causes baby's tongue to move forward as soon as the lips are touched

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    freetext://EXTRUSION REFLEX

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