# Social Medicine 2 Final MCQs- 3rd Year- PMU

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Social Medicine 2 Final MCQs- 3rd Year- PMU
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### Question 1

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The average number of years that people can expect to live in a country Ans: [blank_start]Life Expectancy[blank_end]
• Life Expectancy

### Question 2

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Birthrate minus the death rate, without regard for migration, (birthrate-death rate): Ans: Annual Population [blank_start]Growth[blank_end] Rate
• Growth

### Question 3

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The total economic value of all goods and services produced by a country in a year: Ans: [blank_start]Gross Domestic Product[blank_end]
• Gross Domestic Product

### Question 4

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The number of deaths per 1000 people each year: Ans: Crude [blank_start]Death[blank_end] Rate
• Death

### Question 5

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The study of human populations, including their size, growth, density, distribution, and rates of births, deaths, education, etc. : Ans: [blank_start]Demography[blank_end]
• Demography

### Question 6

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Matching Questions 1. [blank_start]a[blank_end] - Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 2. [blank_start]d[blank_end] - Birth Rate 3. [blank_start]c[blank_end] - Population Distribution 4. [blank_start]e[blank_end] - Fertility Rate 5. [blank_start]b[blank_end] - Migration a. The total economic value of goods and services produced within a country in a year. b. The large-scale and continual movement of people. c. The pattern of where a population settles in a given place. d. Number of live births per 1000 people each year. e. The average number of children that would be born per woman if all women lived to the end of their childbearing years.
• a
• b
• c
• d
• e
• d
• e
• a
• b
• c
• c
• d
• e
• a
• b
• e
• a
• b
• c
• d
• b
• c
• d
• e
• a

### Question 7

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A person who moves into a country is a
• Demography
• Migration
• Emigrant
• Immigrant

### Question 8

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A person who is admitted in a country (other than their own) who is unable or unwilling to return because of turmoil or disaster
• Emigrant
• Rural
• Refugee
• Urban

### Question 9

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The average number of people who can read and write in a country.
• Birth Rate
• Per Capita
• Fertility Rate
• Literacy Rate

### Question 10

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Rural → A city area.
• True
• False

### Question 11

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Population Growth → The percent change in population, resulting from a surplus (or deficit) of births over deaths, and the difference between immigrants and emigrants each year. The percent change can be positive or negative, but is usually positive.
• True
• False

### Question 12

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Zero Population Growth → When the birthrate and number of immigrants moving into a country equals the death rate and the number of emigrants moving out of a country each year.
• True
• False

### Question 13

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Urban → A city area.
• True
• False

### Question 14

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Infant Mortality Rate → The number of babies that die before the age of 1 year per 1000 live births each year.
• True
• False

### Question 15

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Life Expectancy → The average number of people who can read and write in a country
• True
• False

### Question 16

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Standard of Living → The conscious effort to educate couples on how to regulate the number and spacing of births with the use of artificial and natural methods of contraception, how to keep children healthy, and the impact of children on their finances.
• True
• False

### Question 17

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WHO : [blank_start]World[blank_end] Health Organisation is the United Nations specialised agency for [blank_start]health[blank_end]. It’s objective, as set out the Constitution, is the attainment by all peoples of the [blank_start]highest[blank_end] possible level of health. Health is defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease of infirmity.
• World
• health
• highest

### Question 18

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Regional offices (WHO): are created to establish a regional organisation to [blank_start]meet[blank_end] and [blank_start]take[blank_end] decisions about the special [blank_start]need[blank_end] of an area. For example : Africa, Americas, Europe, south-east Asia, eastern Mediterranean, western Pacific.
• meet
• take
• need

### Question 19

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Health is defined as a state of complete [blank_start]physical[blank_end], [blank_start]mental[blank_end] and [blank_start]social[blank_end] well-[blank_start]being[blank_end] and not merely the absence of [blank_start]disease[blank_end].
• physical
• mental
• social
• being
• disease

### Question 20

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GOBIFFF: G- [blank_start]Growth monitoring[blank_end] O- Promotion of [blank_start]oral rehydration therapy[blank_end] for the management of diarrhea B- Promotion of [blank_start]breast feeding[blank_end] I- [blank_start]Immunisation[blank_end] F- [blank_start]Family spacing[blank_end] F- [blank_start]Female education[blank_end] F- [blank_start]Food supplementation[blank_end].
• Growth monitoring
• oral rehydration therapy
• breast feeding
• Immunisation
• Family spacing
• Female education
• Food supplementation

### Question 21

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Rare disease: (RD) represent about [blank_start]10[blank_end]% of all human medical illnesses and infirmities. A rare disease is a disease that occurs [blank_start]infrequently[blank_end] or [blank_start]rarely[blank_end] in the general population. In order to be considered as rare, each specific disease cannot affect more than a [blank_start]limited[blank_end] number of people out of the whole population.
• infrequently
• rarely
• 10
• limited

### Question 22

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Bias: is the systematic [blank_start]error[blank_end] in an epidemiological study, that could lead to [blank_start]invalid[blank_end] results and conclusion. They are 3 types: 1. [blank_start]Selection[blank_end] bias 2. [blank_start]Information[blank_end] ([blank_start]unclassification[blank_end]) bias 3. [blank_start]Confounding[blank_end] bias
• error
• invalid
• Selection
• Information
• Confounding
• unclassification

### Question 23

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Relative risk: is the ratio of the incidence in the [blank_start]exposed[blank_end] group (Ie) compared to the incidence in the [blank_start]unexposed[blank_end] group (Ine). RR= Ie / Ine
• exposed
• unexposed

### Question 24

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Medical sickness certificate is issued for
• Calendar days
• Working days

### Question 25

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In case of premature birth when 45 day sick leave has not expired the women
• Is entitled to use the days left or unused days for leave , due to pregnancy, which are included in the third medical sickness certificate
• is entitled to use the days left or the unused days to leave, due to pregnancy, which are included in the second medical sickness certificate
• is not entitled to use what is remained or the unused days due to pregnacy

### Question 26

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Health insurance in Bulgaria is
• Obligatory and voluntary
• Non-obligatory
• Obligatory

### Question 27

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The expert evaluation of permanent incapacity of work can not be carried out by
• Medical consultative commission
• Territorial expert medical commission
• National expert medical commission

### Question 28

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According to its scope health policy is
• National, regional, municipal
• Regional, municipal, primary health policy
• Drug policy, policy of specific disease or group of disease

### Question 29

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WHO primary health care strategy was adopted at
• The International Conference in Alma Ata
• The International meeting in Manila
• The International Conference in Otawa

### Question 30

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The Health care system in the United States refers to
• Health Insurance System
• Voluntary Healthcare system
• Budgetary Healthcare System

### Question 31

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Natural growth of the population is determined by
• The difference between general fertility and marital fertility
• The difference between birth rate and mortality
• The difference between birth rate and marriage

### Question 32

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The main function of Territorial expert medical commission is
• Expert evaluation of permanent incapacity for work
• Expert evaluation of temporary incapacity for work less than 6 months
• Expert evaluation of certain professional activity

### Question 33

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Perinatal mortality is defined
• Neonatal and post-neonatal mortality
• Early and late neonatal mortality
• Stillbirths and early neonatal mortality

### Question 34

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Social Rehabilitation refers to
• secondary prevention
• tertiary prevention
• primary prevention

### Question 35

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Public health is determined by 3 main groups of indices
• Demographic indices, physical development and activity, Disease indices
• Age structure, Prevalence, Acceleration
• Birth rate, Mortality rate, Physical development and activity

### Question 36

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The medical sickness certificate has
• Financial, legal, medical function
• Social, legal, documentary function
• Documentary, financial, legal function

### Question 37

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Medical consulting commission include
• No less than 2 permanent members- physician with a specialty
• No less than 5 permanent members- physician with a specialty
• No less than 3 permanent members- physician with a specialty

### Question 38

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The medical establishment for hospital care shall consist of
• clinics and/or departments with beds, medical diagnostic and medical technical laboratories, departments without beds, hospital pharmacy, consulting rooms, units for administrative, economic and service activities
• medical-technical laboratories, clinics with beds, administration
• consultative diagnostic block, pharmacy, station block, administrative economic block, registration, departments

### Question 39

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Health care syatem in Bulgaria is
• Health Insurance
• Voluntary health insurance
• Budget health service

### Question 40

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What is the shortest duration of the medical sickness certificate?
• 1 day
• 7 days
• 3 days

### Question 41

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In the case of normal pregnancy women have the right to
• 2 free ultrasound examinations- once in the first trimester of pregnancy and once at the fifth month of pregnancy
• 3 free ultrasound examination- once in the first trimester and two at the third month and once at the fifth month of pregnancy
• 4 free ultrasound examination- two in the first trimester of pregnancy, once at the fifth month and once at the ninth month

### Question 42

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Fertile age is from to?
• 20-36 years
• 15-49 years
• 25-55 years

### Question 43

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The medical establishments are registered under
• Health act
• Law for medical establishments
• Trade Law or Corporate Law

### Question 44

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The second medical sickness certificate due to pregnancy and childbirth is issued by
• a GP or an obstetrician-gynecologists
• a pediatrician
• obstetrician-gynaecologist in the units of the hospital care

### Question 45

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Health establishments are created under
• the law for medical medical establishments
• the health act
• the trade Law or Corperation Law

### Question 46

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The National Health Programme is adopted by:
• Minister of Health
• Council of Ministers
• National Assembly

### Question 47

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The medical consultation commission has mandative to issue
• medical sickness certificate up to 30 days at once and up to 180 calendar per year
• extension of the medical sickness certificate for more than 14 days
• medical sickness certificate up to 60 days at once and up to 180 calendar days per year
• an expert decision (evaluation)

### Question 48

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The instalment shaft be made by the employer or by an administrative body and by the insured person in the following proportion
• 70-30
• 80-20
• 60-40

### Question 49

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Which are the top death causes by ICD-10 classes
• Trauma and poisoning, neoplasms, disease of circulatory system, disease of the respiratory system
• Disease of the circulatory system, diseases of the respiratory system, neoplasms, trauma and poisoning
• Diseases of the circulatory system, neoplasms, diseases of the respiratory system, diseases of the digestive system

### Question 50

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Which of the following statements are CORRECT
• Territorial expert medical commission has the mandate to issue medical sickness certificate based on a clinical examination and expert evaluation of the medical records
• Temporary inability for work (sick leave) is the present in the occasions of looking after a diseased or quarantined member of the family, urgent accompany of a sick family member for medical examination
• Territorial expert medical commission has the right to give more than 6 months
• A medical sickness certificate may be issued retroactively

### Question 51

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The National Expert Medical Commission is:
• other establishment under the law for medical establishments
• health establishments under the health act
• medical establishments for hospital care under the law for medical establishments

### Question 52

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Genetic counselling is mandatory in which cases
• in case of a woman over 35 years or partner is older than 50 years
• having a child with congenital anomalies of the previous pregnancy
• all of the answers are correct
• in case of unknown father

### Question 53

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Mass neonatal screening for phenylketonaria, congenital hypothyroidism, 21-hydroxylase deficiency is conducted
• 2-5 days after birth
• Up to 30 days after birth
• In 30-32 g.w.

### Question 54

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Under the law for the medical establishments, a patient should
• take care of his own health
• observe the order of the medical and healthcare establishments
• pay for the provided medical service

### Question 55

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Medical establishments for hospital care include
• Complex oncological centre
• Hospital for active treatment
• Hospital for rehabilitation, long-term treatment and rehabilitation

### Question 56

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Which of the following statements about primary medical care is not correct
• Assistance involving comprehensive health care for patients
• Primary medical care is a key element of the national health system
• Primary medical care services provides qualified stationary assistance

### Question 57

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Reasons for hospitalisation include
• acute or chronic illness, maternity
• acute or chronic illness, disease
• medical, social, medico-social

### Question 58

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Non-government humanitarian activities are carried out by
• Ministry of Health
• The Red Cross
• Regional Health Inspectorate
• Rescue services

### Question 59

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The healthcare system in England refers to
• Health insurance system
• Voluntary healthcare system
• Budgetary healthcare system

### Question 60

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The law for medical establishments was adopted in
• 1999
• 1998
• 1997

### Question 61

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The National Framework Contract shall be concluded between
• The National Health Insurance Fund and professional organisation
• The National Health Insurance Fund and people who use health services
• The National Health Insurance Fund and the Healthcare facilities

### Question 62

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What are the conditions for registering a DCC/Diagnostic and consultative center
• Minimum 3 physicians in various specailties, registry and diagnostic imaging
• Minimum 10 physicians in various specailties, registry and diagnostic imaging and clinical laboratory
• Minimum 15 physicians in various specailties, laboratory and one-day surgery

### Question 63

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Leading cause of death in Bulgaria are
• Diseases of the respiratory system
• Diseases of the digestive system
• Diseases of the blood circulatory system

### Question 64

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The main method of active follow-up, observation, treating and recovery the individual health is
• prophylactic method
• clinical method
• dispensary method

### Question 65

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Secondary prevention includes
• Selective screening of newborns
• Neonatal mass screening
• Taking folic acid before contraception
• Biochemical screening of pregnant women
• Health information and health education

### Question 66

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Which of the following statements are correct for "term births"
• birth from 35 completed weeks to less than 40 completed weeks of gestation
• birth from 40 completed weeks to less than 48 completed weeks of gestation
• birth from 37 completed weeks to less than 42 completed weeks of gestation

### Question 67

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The third medical sickness certificate due to pregnancy and childbirth is issued by
• a GP or an obstetrician-gynaecologist
• a paediatrician
• obstetrician-gynaecologist in the units of the hospital care

### Question 68

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Early neonatal infant mortality is determined by the the deaths of liveborn infants in the period of
• 0-28
• 0-1
• 0-7

### Question 69

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Primary prevention induces
• Immunisation
• Screening
• Social rehabilitation
• Iodization of salt
• Prophylaxis establishment

### Question 70

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Medical establishments for hospital care are
• specialised and multi-profile hospitals, for active treatment and university hospitals
• specialised and multi-profile hospitals, for active or long-term treatment, rehabilitation, long-term treatment and rehabilitation and university hospitals
• long-term treatment, rehabilitation, long-term treatment and rehabilitation and university hospitals

### Question 71

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The GP/dental practitioner has the mandate to issue medical sickness certificate
• up to 7 days at once generally
• up to 14 days at once generally
• up to 40 days at once generally

### Question 72

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The first medical sickness certificate due to pregnancy and childbirth is issued by
• a GP or an obstetrician-gynaecologist
• a pediatrician
• obstetrician-gynaecologist in the units of the hospital care

### Question 73

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Biochemical screening of pregnant women is conducted in
• 11-14 (early) or 15-20 (late) gw
• 6-7 (early) or 22-24 (late) gw
• 15-20 (early) or 30-321 (late) gw

### Question 74

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Legalisation of the healthcare system of Bulgaria is done by
• Minister of Health
• Council of Ministers
• National Assembly

### Question 75

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The medical sickness certificate for pregnancy and birth is divided into 3 medical sickness certificates as follows
• I for 42 calendar days, II for 48 calendar days, III for 45 calendar days
• I for 48 calendar days, II for 42 calendar days, III for 45 calendar days
• I for 45 calendar days, II for 42 calendar days, III for 48 calendar days

### Question 76

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In which cases a GP makes referrals to outpatient specialist and inpatient services
• Need for advisory obligatory opinion for prophylaxis and dispensary examinations
• Assessment of the health condition at upon patient's request
• Emergency

### Question 77

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Tertiary prevention include
• Prophylactic examination
• Immunisation (vaccinations)
• Screening tests
• Iodisation of salt
• Social rehabilitation

### Question 78

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How many medical sickness certificates are issued in case of delivery of a dead child
• Only the first medical sickness certificate
• Three medical sickness certificates
• First and second medical sickness certificates

### Question 79

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Which of the following statements are correct
• The right of the individual or couple to make decisions about the number of children they want to have, the time of their birth is a basic human right and is called family planning
• In case of pregnancy and maternity
• All women planning a pregnancy are recommended to take 200 micrograms of folic acid (Vitamin B9) daily at least 1 month before the concept

### Question 80

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The National Health Strategy is adopted by:
• Minister of Health
• Council of Ministers
• National Health Assembly

### Question 81

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Under the Law for medical establishments, the outpatient care establishments are
• Ambulatory for primary medical care, ambulatory for specialised medical care, medical and medical dental centre, diagnostic consultative centre, Independent medical diagnostic and medical technical laboratories, dental centres
• Ambulatory for primary medical care, ambulatory for specialised medical care
• Ambulatory for primary medical care, ambulatory for specialised medical care, medical and medical dental centre, diagnostic consultative centre, Independent medical diagnostic and medical technical laboratories, dental centres, complex centres

### Question 82

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Healthcare system in Germany is
• Health insurance
• Voluntary Health Insurance
• Budget Health Service

### Question 83

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Which certificate is given in 45 days of pregnancy
• By GP
• Ob-Gyn

### Question 84

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Secondary prevention of congenital diseases
• Prenatal selective screening
• Prenatal biochemical screening
• Massive neonatal screening – 2-5days after birth

### Question 85

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How many weeks of gestation for the term birth?
• 37 to 42 weeks
• 40 to 48 weeks
• 35 to 40 weeks

### Question 86

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You lose medical insurance if you haven’t paid for how many months?
• 6 months
• 3 months
• 1 month

### Question 87

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What is the main method of follow up/ observance studies?
• dispensary method
• prophylaxis

### Question 88

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What is ECDC and where is it based? Ans: [blank_start]European[blank_end] center for [blank_start]Diseases[blank_end] [blank_start]Prevention[blank_end] and [blank_start]Control[blank_end] based in [blank_start]Solna[blank_end], [blank_start]Sweden[blank_end]
• Diseases
• Prevention
• Control
• European
• Solna
• Sweden

### Question 89

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Which one about primary medical care is not correct?
• assistance that provides comprehensive care to the patients
• one of the main elements of the national health system
• provides high quality stationary medical assistance

### Question 90

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Year of the medical establishment act?
• 1998
• 1999

### Question 91

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Minimum number of doctors in the medical commission?
• 2
• 5
• 3

### Question 92

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NGO bodies
• Red cross
• Rescue service

### Question 93

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World health organisation was established in the year Ans: [blank_start]1948[blank_end]
• 1948

### Question 94

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The highest authority of world health organization is Ans: [blank_start]Director General[blank_end]
• Director General

### Question 95

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The types of analytical studies are:
• field studies
• experimental
• cross-sectional
• environmental
• descriptive
• case-control
• observational
• cohort

### Question 96

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There is an association between the exposure and disease of interest beyond what might be expected from error alone.
• H0
• H1

### Question 97

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Matching Questions 1. Virulence [blank_start]c[blank_end] 2. Epidemic [blank_start]a[blank_end] 3. Case Definition [blank_start]b[blank_end] 4. Prognosis [blank_start]d[blank_end] 5. Source for the Agent [blank_start]e[blank_end] a) Occurrence of more cases of disease than would normally be expected in a specific place or group of people over a given period of time b) Set of standard criteria for deciding whether or not a person has a certain disease c) The severity of disease that the agent causes in the host d) The possible outcomes of a disease or condition and the likelihood that each one will occur e) Place where the agent originates, lives, grows, and multiples.
• c
• d
• e
• a
• b
• a
• b
• c
• d
• e
• b
• c
• d
• e
• a
• d
• e
• a
• b
• c
• e
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 98

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The natural changes of the population consist of [blank_start]Birth[blank_end] and [blank_start]Death[blank_end]
• Birth
• Death

### Question 99

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The population where the number of people over 50 in is higher than the number of people under age 12 is the [blank_start]Regressing[blank_end]
• Regressing

### Question 100

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The common purposes of the health assessment include [blank_start]Health Promotion[blank_end] and [blank_start]Disease Prevention[blank_end]
• Health Promotion
• Disease Prevention

### Question 101

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The elements of PHC are
• Education
• Health promotion
• Local disease control
• Expanded program of immunisation
• Social history
• Maternal and childcare
• Essential Drugs
• Nutrition and food supply
• Injuries
• Treatment for common diseases

### Question 102

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Risk factors: Patient characteristics or factors associated with an increased probability of developing disease on condition
• True
• False

### Question 103

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Portal of entry: Pathway by which the agent can leave the source
• True
• False

### Question 104

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Host= The organism that is susceptible to the effect of the agent
• True
• False

### Question 105

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Bias= The organism that is susceptible to the effect of the agent
• True
• False

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