Amedco - Quiz

March 2014 JPGN Quiz

 
 

A   - Osmotic effects
B   - Stimulates motility
C   - Sodium channel activation
D   - Chloride channel activation

A   - Enrolling recalcitrant subjects who had failed standard management and had long histories of constipation
B   - Subjects failed to understand or failed to cooperate with instructions about how to defecate.
C   - Lubiprostone did not soften stools.

A   - Crampy abdominal pain
B   - Diarrhea
C   - Nausea
D   - Vomiting


A   - Most underweight students are inaccurate assessors of their weight
B   - Among overweight and obese students, girls were more likely to be inaccurate assessors of their weight compared to boys
C   - All of the above

A   - Among healthy weight students, whites who inaccurately assessed their weight had higher odds of extreme weight management practices
B   - Healthy weight girls and not boys who inaccurately assessed their weight had higher odds of extreme weight management practices
C   - Underweight girls and not boys who inaccurately assessed their weight had higher odds of extreme weight management practices
D   - This study shows higher odds of extreme weight management practices among underweight boys who over-assess their weight thereby supporting recommendations to screen underweight boys (as has been done with underweight girls)

A   - Accurately assessed their weight
B   - Over-assessed their weight
C   - Under-assessed their weight
D   - Misperceived their weight (over or under?assessed)

A   - The cross-sectional design which made it difficult to determine a causal relationship between inaccurate weight perception and extreme weight management practices
B   - Use of self-reported weight measurements rather than actual measurements of weight
C   - Lack of uniqueness of the study as many similar studies have recently been published

A   - Only among girls
B   - Only among underweight girls
C   - Only among underweight students
D   - Among healthy?weight and underweight students (particularly girls for the latter)