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1

Which is the odd one out?

A: Right hypochondrium
B: Umbilical
C: Left lumbar
D: Right clavicular

d

2

Which is the odd one out?

A) Nucleus
B) Plasma membrane
C) Epithelial membrane
D) Protoplasm

Epithelial membrane

3

The skeletal system is responsible for: (tick three)

A: Enabling movement
B: Protecting organs
C: Producing blood cells
D: Passing nervous impulses

A: Enabling movement
B: Protecting organs
C: Producing blood cells

D: Passing nervous impulses

4

The skin is responsible for: (tick three)

A: Protection
B: Immunity
C: Regulating body temperature

A:Protection
B: Immunity
C: Regulating body temperature

5

The skeletal system comprises of 206 bones.

True   False

True

6

The trachea has 16 to 20 c-shaped rings of cartilage along its length.

True   False

true

7

Pneumothorax is described as:

A: Acid in the pleural cavity
B: Air in the pleural cavity
C: Blood in the pleural cavity
D: Water in the pleural cavity

 

b

8

The respiratory system is responsible for which of the following functions? (tick three)

A: Expelling carbon dioxide from the body
B: Protection from infection
C: Regulating the acid base balance of the blood
D: Taking oxygen into the body

A: Expelling carbon dioxide from the body
B: Protection from infection
C: Regulating the acid base balance of the blood
D: Taking oxygen into the body

9

Vital lung capacity is the sum of which of the following volumes? (tick three)

A: Expiratory reserve
B: Inspiratory reserve
C: Residual air
D: Tidal volume

A: Expiratory reserve
B: Inspiratory reserve

C: Residual air
D: Tidal volume

10

During expiration the...

A: diaphragm and intercostal muscles relax
B: diaphragm and intercostal muscles contract
C: diaphragm lowers and intercostal muscles relax
D: diaphragm lowers and intercostal muscles contract

A: diaphragm and intercostal muscles relax

11

Internal respiration takes place in the lungs.

True   False

False

12

Which of these statements are correct? (tick three)

CSF...

A: maintains uniform pressure around nerve tissue
B: supplies nerve tissue with nutrients
C: protects nerve tissue against trauma
D: acts as a neurotransmitter

A: maintains uniform pressure around nerve tissue
B: supplies nerve tissue with nutrients
C: protects nerve tissue against trauma
D: acts as a neurotransmitter

13

The hypothalamus is NOT responsible for which of the following?

A   B   C   D

A: Control of voluntary skeletal muscle
B: Rage and aggression
C: Regulation of body temperature
D: Regulation of hunger

A: Control of voluntary skeletal muscle
B: Rage and aggression
C: Regulation of body temperature
D: Regulation of hunger

14

A cerebral hemisphere is divided into four lobes.

True   False

True

15

There are 72 pairs of spinal nerves.

True   False

false

16

The diencephalon consists of the thalamus and the hypothalamus.

True   False

True

17

Which three bones belong in a group together?

A   B   C   D

A: Humerus
B: Radius
C: Tibia
D: Ulna

A: Humerus
B: Radius
C: Tibia
D: Ulna

18

Which bone is the odd one out?

A: Lacrimal
B: Maxilla
C: Sphenoidal
D: Zygoma

A: Lacrimal
B: Maxilla
C: Sphenoidal
D: Zygoma

19

When describing the correct number of spinal vertebrae, which of the following is correct when considered from the superior aspect?

A: 7 12 5 5 4
B: 7 12 5 6 4
C: 7 12 6 4 4
D: 7 12 6 5 3

A: 7 12 5 5 4
B: 7 12 5 6 4
C: 7 12 6 4 4
D: 7 12 6 5 3

20

The cranium is made up of nine bones.

True   False

False

21

Which of the following symptoms would you expect to see in a closed fracture? (tick three)

A: Crepitus
B: Lengthening
C: Pain
D: Swelling

A: Crepitus
B: Lengthening
C: Pain
D: Swelling

22

If a fracture has been caused through trauma, which of the following is the odd one out?

A: Oblique
B: Pathological
C: Spiral
D: Transverse

A: Oblique
B: Pathological
C: Spiral
D: Transverse

23

Which is the odd one out?

A: Aorta
B: Carotid artery
C: Femoral artery
D: Pulmonary artery

A: Aorta
B: Carotid artery
C: Femoral artery
D: Pulmonary artery

24

Which of these are functions of blood? (tick three)

A: Carries carbon dioxide to tissues
B: Carries nutrients to tissues
C: Carries oxygen to tissues
D: Protects from infection

A: Carries carbon dioxide to tissues
B: Carries nutrients to tissues
C: Carries oxygen to tissues
D: Protects from infection

25

major burns

>10%

26

Which of these symptoms is NOT a sign of left ventricular failure?

A: Distended neck vains
B: Full bounding pulse
C: Sweating
D: Tachycardia

A: Distended neck vains
B: Full bounding pulse
C: Sweating
D: Tachycardia

27

Pulmonary circulation removes blood from the liver.

True   False

false

28

When a coronary artery becomes completely blocked, which of the following conditions occurs?

A   B   C   D

A: Angina pectoris
B: Congestive heart failure
C: Left ventricular failure
D: Myocardial infarction

A: Angina pectoris
B: Congestive heart failure
C: Left ventricular failure

D:
Myocardial infarction

29

What is the main artery supplying blood to the liver?

A: Carotid artery
B: Gastric artery
C: Hepatic artery
D: Renal artery

A: Carotid artery
B: Gastric artery
C: Hepatic artery
D: Renal artery

30

Calcium and iron are essential minerals.

True   False

true

31

Which of the following is NOT a corrosive acid?

A: Carbolic
B: Oxalic
C: Quick lime
D: Sulphuric

C: Quick lime

32

Paracetamol is also known as:

A) Acetaminophen
B) Acetacholine
C) Acetylsalicylic acid
D) Amphetamine

A   B   C   D

A) Acetaminophen
B) Acetacholine
C) Acetylsalicylic acid
D) Amphetamine

33

Which of the following are digestive processes? (tick five)

A: Absorption
B: Defecation
C: Digestion
D: Ingestion
E: Mastication
F: Movement

A: Absorption
B: Defecation
C: Digestion
D: Ingestion
E: Mastication
F: Movement

34

A burn is defined as a breach in the continuity of a tissue caused by excessive heat energy.

True   False

true

35

A person younger than 20 years of age will usually survive a 20% burn.

True   False

true

36

Which is the odd one out?

A: Lassa fever
B: Rabies
C: Smallpox
D: Whooping cough

D: Whooping cough

37

Which of the following symptoms would you expect to see with hyperglycaemia? (tick three)

A: Dry flushed skin
B: Fever and thirst
C: Fruity breath smell
D: Rapid sudden onset

A: Dry flushed skin
B: Fever and thirst
C: Fruity breath smell

D: Rapid sudden onset

38

Which of the following is contraindicated in the administration of oxygen?

A: Alcohol poisoning
B: Carbon monoxide poisoning
C: Cyanide poisoning
D: Paraquat poisoning

D: Paraquat poisoning

39

The abdominal thrust can be used on infants.

True   False

false

40

Which of the following foetal presentations are head down presentations? (tick three)

A: Frank's breech
B: Left occipito anterior
C: Left occipito posterior
D: Persistent mento posterior

A: Frank's breech
B: Left occipito anterior
C: Left occipito posterior
D: Persistent mento posterior

41

Which officers listed below have a designated role at the scene of a major incident? (tick three)

A: Chief ambulance officer
B: Incident officer
C: Liaison officer
D: Parking officer

A: Chief ambulance officer
B: Incident officer
C: Liaison officer
D: Parking officer

42

What are the three main subjects to be considered when making a patient assessment?

A: Airway
B: History
C: Signs
D: Symptoms

A: Airway
B: History
C: Signs
D: Symptoms

43

What are the three main subjects to be considered when making a patient assessment?

A: Airway
B: History
C: Signs
D: Symptoms

A: Airway
B: History
C: Signs
D: Symptoms

44

In the glasgow coma scale three vital patient responses are assessed. What are they?

A: Eye response
B: Motor response
C: Pupillary response
D: Verbal response

A: Eye response
B: Motor response

C: Pupillary response
D: Verbal response

45

The uterus lies between the bladder and the rectum.

True   False

True

46

Postpartum haemorrhage is excessive bleeding that takes place up to:

A: 16 hours after birth
B: 16 hours before birth
C: 20 hours after birth
D: 24 hours after birth

A: 16 hours after birth
B: 16 hours before birth
C: 20 hours after birth
D: 24 hours after birth

47

The third stage of labour is when what happens?

A: The actual birth
B: The breaking of the waters
C: The point when crowning is seen
D: The placenta is delivered

A: The actual birth
B: The breaking of the waters
C: The point when crowning is seen
D: The placenta is delivered

48

Which of the following are found within the decidua? (tick three)

A: Chorion
B: Chorionic villi
C: Intervillous space
D: Uterine muscle

A: Chorion
B: Chorionic villi
C: Intervillous space
D: Uterine muscle

49

child CPR

double 15:2