Post subject: First Aid Test #6 (April)
Posted: Apr 08, 2006 - 04:45 AM
|First Aid Test #6
Mail Test answers to:
include your RP-Sgt-Game Name
such as RP-WO3-DianeHaught
1. Your liver:
A. Produces blood sugar.
B. Filters blood of impurities.
C. Produces antibodies to fight infection.
D. Oxygenates blood.
2. How many kidneys does the average person have ?
3. How many calories is the average intake of calories per day for a man?
A. 3000 cal
B. 4500 cal
C. 2500 cal
D. 3500 cal
4. How many calories is the average intake of calories per day for a woman?
A. 1800 cal
B. 2200 cal
C. 2800 cal
D. 1600 cal
5. Is folic acid an important part of a pregnant women's diet?
6. What does calcium help to make?
A. Healthy Skin
B. Healthy teeth & bones
C. Healthy Hair & Eyes
D. Joints Supple
7. The maximum safe intake an alcohol per week for a men is: -( 1 unit = ½ pint reg. Strength beer)
A. 4 units
B. 22 units
C. 73 units
D. 28 units
8. The maximum safe intake an alcohol per week for a women is: -( 1 unit = ½ pint reg. Strength beer)
A. 3 units
B. 16 units
C. 37 units
D. 21 units
9. Which age group are the heaviest drinkers ?
10. Excessive drinking plays a part in what % of hospital admissions for men ?
11. Guiness is good for you because it contains iron?
Treating a patient presenting with depression and insomnia
12. Commence a hypnotic with the anti-depressant to help sleep.
13. Anti-depressants are too toxic to be commenced when the patient first presents. Only start after a review.
14. Talking therapy, such as cognitive behaviour therapy, is the best treatment for very depressed patients.
15. Anti-depressants increase the risk of depressed patients committing suicide.
16. Non-sedating anti-depressants help insomnia in depressed patients.
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