Medical Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionWhat organ produces urine and helps regulate and control body fluids?
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For every ailment, there are different types of medicine that a patient is given. Pharmacologists are tasked with finding the best combination of drugs and getting a desired effect on a person or animals. The question below is...
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Sample QuestionMedications can be located in the Physician's Drug reference under all of the following categories EXCEPT______
In this mock examination for the Wentwest SGPE, we’ll be covering such medical topics and scenarios like epiglottis, lesions, tonsillitis, loss of vision, diarrhoea, cholesteatoma and many more. What can you tell us about...
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following are NOT features of epiglottitis?
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The following quiz should be taken after completion of each of the learning activities in the learning contract. A screen shot of your completed quiz score should be taken and pasted into a MS Word doc. and submitted to the...
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Sample QuestionA nurse prepares an injection of morphine (Duramorph) to give to a client who reports pain. Prior to administering the medication, the nurse is called to another room to assist another client onto a bedpan. This nurse then asks a second nurse to give the injection so that she can help the client needing the bedpan. Which of the following actions should the second nurse take?
What we have here is considered the hardest trivia quiz when it comes to adult echocardiography, and it not only tests your ability to read the results shown in an image and deciphering what is wrong, but it also tests how to get...
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following supplies blood to the artierial system after contraction?
First aid helps you give to someone in need until complete medical treatment is available. You should learn what to do if someone has a nosebleed and what to do if a child loses a tooth. There are so many possible situations in...
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Sample QuestionIf a student or member of staff has a nosebleed, you should...
The quiz below is on quick draw tubes that are used in Phlebotomy. Tubes come in different colors, and they contain different additives too, which may confuse some practitioners and might lead to wrong tests being done or the...
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Sample QuestionWhich tube has sodium citrate?
A few micro questions as well
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Sample QuestionA 55-year-old plantation worker was referred to the dermatology clinic by his primary physician. He presented with a non-healing ulcer of 3 months duration on his right forearm. First a small pimple-like lesion had appeared at the site, which enlarged and became nodular, suppurated, and broke down forming an ulcer. He had 2 courses of antibiotics without any response. He did not remember having had any skin injury or prick at the site of the ulcer. Previous medical history was not significant. On examination, the ulcer on his forearm was about 15 mm in diameter, indurated with raised erythematous borders. Subcutaneous nodules were palpable and extended in a linear and ascending distribution on the right arm in the direction of the axilla. The local draining lymphatics were cord-like and palpable. Radiologically there was no evidence of bone involvement. Histopathological examination of biopsy from the ulcer showed granulomatous infiitration with many histiocytes and giant cells. Staining for mycobacteria was negative. Direct microscopic examination of tissue using 10% potassium hydroxide did not show fungal elements. Cultures were put up for bacterial and fungal pathogens. Tissue stained by Gomori's methanamine silver stain showed a few small oval and cigar shaped fungal elements measuring 3-5 microns. What is likely to be a characteristic of this fungus?
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Sample QuestionYou have just diagnosed a 40-year-old woman patient of yours as having endonnetrial polyps. When she originally presented, one symptom alerted you to this possibility, and based on your follow up you were able to arrive at your conclusion. With what symptom did your patient likely present?
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Sample QuestionYou are asked to draw the following test Rotavirus T4 Thyroxine Magnesium Lithium What is the proper order of draw?
Please choose the correct answers to the following questions and learn about the clinical pathology. Let's check your knowledge on this quiz now!
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Sample QuestionIn the oncology unit of a tertiary care hospital, an outbreak of nosocomial infections was observed. Blood stream and urinary tract infections were predominant. The causative agent of the outbreak was a multiple drug resistant (MDR), catalase-negative, Gram- positive coccus that is known to be a major etiological agent of nosocomial infections. As part of infection control measures, surveillance cultures were carried out to detect patients colonized by this nosocomial pathogen. What specimen is ideal for this purpose?
Are you prepared to take on the ultimate medical and health quiz? There are so many different variables that affect a person’s health. You need to make sure you go to the doctor for regular check-ups, take care of your...
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Sample QuestionTo test the endurance of an athlete, you had her run the equivalent of a marathon (42 km) on a treadmill wearing an ergospirometer mask. At the end of the exercise, she is consuming 150 L/min of air (assume that 20% of air oxygen is consumed) and producing 4.2 L/min of carbon dioxide. What substance is she burning?
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Sample QuestionChromosomes involved in Robertsonian translocations?
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Sample QuestionThe primary cause of Potter sequence?
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Sample QuestionWhich laboratory department performs test to identify bacteria in blood or urine?
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Sample QuestionThe most important step in the performance of a venipunture is_______.
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Sample QuestionCOPD In COPD, when looking at a CAT score, what is the score that differentiating severe and not as severe?
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Sample QuestionWhat is the value of Arcsin 0?
Welcome to the Inflammation and Repair Quiz! Different reasons lead to someone having issues with their body where the skin or different organs become inflamed. As a medical practitioner, it is essential to test out just how...
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Sample QuestionTuberculoma (TB Abscess) is a type of purulent inflammation.
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Sample QuestionInspection is a more focused examination technique than palpation
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Sample QuestionInflammation of the skin caused by exposure to actinic rays
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Sample QuestionWhat is the order of the chain of infection?