Mention Practice – All In One
Read the paragraph below and say which of the statements from them are mentioned (TRUE) and not mentioned (FALSE). These answers will be discussed at 07.00 PM.
Who Should Not Be Immunized?
Immunizations are generally very safe and effective. The main reasons for a person not to have a vaccine is if they have had a severe allergic reaction to a previous dose of that vaccine or to an ingredient in the vaccine that was also present in a different vaccine. People who have had very severe allergic reactions to egg should not have the yellow fever or flu vaccines other than under specialist care as there may be small amounts of egg protein in these vaccines. Certain vaccines are not usually given to women who are pregnant. They may not be suitable for people who are immunosuppressed. If you are unwell with a high temperature (fever), vaccination is usually put off until you are well again.
- Immunizations are always very safe and effective.
- Allergic reactions to a vaccine manifest after the first dose.
- One should avoid getting a second dose of a vaccine that had caused an allergic reaction.
- One should avoid vaccine-A if its ingredient is present in vaccine-B.
- One with a mild allergic reaction to egg can have the yellow fever or flu vaccines.
- Yellow fever or flu vaccines contain egg protein.
- If under a specialist care, one can get yellow fever or flu vaccines even if his / her allergic reaction to egg is severe.
- Pregnant women should get any vaccination for the safety of the baby.
- Immunosuppressed people should not receive any vaccination.
- Vaccination is usually not given when a person is febrile.
You hear a conversation between two nurses.
Now read the question.
- The speaker is glad that Lucy is getting on well.
- The speaker thinks that Lucy is hesitating.
- Lucy says she is fine.
- Lucy has completed her first week on her rotation.
- She is a little uncertain with her patients right now.
- Lucy hopes to build a rapport with her patients in a few months.
- She is now being supported by her female mentors and male colleagues.
- She thinks that the doctor – patient ratio is inadequate.
- She is the only one who has this complaint.
- She also thinks that a 12 hours shift is hectic.
- Overall, Lucy is not happy being in her place.
- She wishes to get a solution for the issues she has been facing.
- The new vending machine in the mess is out of order.