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Saturday, 10 November 2018

How Good is your Medical Knowledge? Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. Which of these is not a vital sign?



Option:-
Respiratory rate
Pulse
Body temperature
Capillary refill

Q 2. If a patient has tachycardia, how fast is their heart beating?



Option:-
Below 60 beats per minute
Over 100 beats per minute

Q 3. Which of these is NOT a common symptom of Tuberculosis (TB)?



Option:-
Weight gain
Persistent cough
Fatigue
Coughing up blood

Q 4. Symptoms such as coughing or wheezing could be a sign of ______?



Option:-
Asthma
Gout
Chickenpox

Q 5. How is a typical flu shot given?



Option:-
Intravenously
Intramuscularly
Submuscularly
Subcutaneously

Q 6. The medical condition “anosmia” is characterized via a loss of____________.



Option:-
Touch
Taste
Hearing
Smell

Q 7. What is pictured here?



Option:-
A suction tube
Breathalyzer
Inhaler
A skin checking device

Q 8. Which of the following is the term for a fracture in which a bone bends, cracks, or splinters?



Option:-
Open/compound fracture
Greenstick fracture
Spiral fracture
Impacted/compacted fracture

Q 9. Which of the following is a symptom of anemia?



Option:-
Pale complexion
Erythema
Orange complexion
Jaundice

Q 10. Which vein is blood most commonly taken from?



Option:-
Axillary vein
Median cubital vein
Cephalic vein
Median antebrachial vein

Q 11. Which of the following terms characterizes a hemorrhage from the nose?



Option:-
Coryza
Asthma
Epistaxis
Atelectasis

Q 12. Which kind of medication should be used to correct an abnormal heartbeat?



Option:-
Anthelminthic
Antiarrhythmic
Anticoagulant
Antibiotic

Q 13. If a person has the symptoms of an itchy, red eye, then which of the following conditions does he/she most likely have?



Option:-
Cataracts
Sty
Conjunctivitis
Chalazion

Q 14. What is an area of dead myocardial tissue called?



Option:-
Angina Pectoris
Infarct
Stenosis
Induration

Q 15. What does the abbreviation "CHF" stand for?



Option:-
Congenital heart failure
Congestive heart failure
Can't have food
Central heart fast

Q 16. Which of the following household medications is also known to thin the blood?



Option:-
Paracetamol
Antihistamine
Ibuprofen
Aspirin

Q 17. What are antihistamines used for?



Option:-
Hives
All of the these options
Hay fever
Allergies

Q 18. What is the abbreviation for micro drop?



Option:-
gtt
µgtt
a/g
mgts

Q 19. Which of the following characterizes a drug that increases cough output?



Option:-
Cytotoxin
Diuretic
Miotic
Expectorant

Q 20. ___________is a term that characterizes the reconstruction of the eardrum.



Option:-
Otoplasty
Tympanoplasty
Myringotomy
Stapedectomy

Q 21. What is hydrocortisone cream?



Option:-
A cream for arthritis
Steriod cream
A cream with vitamins in it
Antiseptic cream

Q 22. What does it mean if a medication for a patient is designated "PRN"?



Option:-
Take once per day
Only if needed
Take twice per day
Take whenever

Q 23. __________is a hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary gland.



Option:-
Dopamine
Thyroxine
Prolactin
Oxytocin

Q 24. If a patient is suffering from "Dysphagia," they are having difficulty doing what?



Option:-
Walking upright
Gripping objects
Speaking
Swallowing

Q 25. What is dermatitis?



Option:-
An inflammation of the skin
Stomach ulser
Hay fever or allergy to something
A form of osteoarthritis

Q 26. Which of the following reproductive cycles is characterized by the development and maturation of the ovum inside the ovary?



Option:-
Menopause
Menstrual
Ovarian
Fallopian

Q 27. What is Anaphylaxis?



Option:-
A neurotic disorder
Severe hiccups
A severe allergic reaction
Severe spine fracture

Q 28. Can you identify which common medical instrument this is?



Option:-
Sphygmomanometer
Stethoscope
Scrubs
Thermometer

Q 29. Which of the following specialists would most likely treat a patient diagnosed with encephalitis?



Option:-
Hematologist
Endocrinologist
Oncologist
Neurologist

Q 30. If a nurse describes medication as emetic or emetogenic, it means that…



Option:-
It suppresses appetite.
It causes vomiting.
It can’t be taken with food.
It’s not suitable for children.

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