Amedco - Quiz

May 2017 JPGN

 
 

A   - Increased ALT levels were not associated in any way with parent-reported overall psychosocial functioning
B   - Increased ALT levels were positively associated with caregiver-reported psychosocial functioning.
C   - Severe depression, regardless of their child’s clinical condition
D   - Increased ALT levels were negatively associated with parent-reported overall psychosocial functioning

A   - High in domains of bodily pain, mental health, self-esteem, and behavior.
B   - Low in areas of bodily pain, mental health, self-esteem, and behavior.
C   - High in domains of parental time, parental emotion, and family activities.
D   - Low in domains of parental time, parental emotion, and family activities.

A   - Safely ignore the result; diminished HRQoL is of no importance.
B   - Report his case to Child Protective Services; diminished HRQoL is always associated with parental abuse of the child.
C   - Consider screening for other psychosocial issues; diminished HRQoL may put him at risk for poor adherence to medication.
D   - Hospitalize him for liver biopsy; diminished HRQoL is associated with hepatic decompensation in children.

A   - They are adoptees
B   - They have mothers with advanced college degrees
C   - They are the children of immigrants
D   - Their mothers work outside the home

A   - It surveyed only English-speakers
B   - It surveyed only adoptees
C   - It surveyed only children with immune tolerant HBV infection
D   - Children with ALT > 100 were excluded from the cohort