Amedco - Quiz

March 2018 JPGN

 
 

A   - Controversial
B   - 2-3 years
C   - 1-2 year
D   - 1 year

A   - Red markings over gastric varices
B   - Gastric varices
C   - Gastric varices and red esophageal signs
D   - Grade II esophageal varices

A   - Platelet count/spleen diameter ratio
B   - Platelet count
C   - Clinical predictive rule (cpr)
D   - Risk score

A   - This patient has no large esophageal varices
B   - Probably this patient has no large esophageal varices
C   - This patient has no risk of gastrointestinal bleeding
D   - This patient has no esophageal varices of any size

A   - Destroys the majority of pathogens including cytomegalovirus (CMV) and does not affect nutritional and bioactive components
B   - Is thought to result in the best available compromise between safety and quality, although it affects the milk quality
C   - Is the only pasteurization method that can be used for human milk
D   - It is the fastest pasteurization procedure and therefore the least expensive

A   - No, the aliquots with milk have to be carefully turned around a few times before analysis
B   - No, the aliquots with milk have to be shaken vigorously before analysis
C   - No, the milk should be homogenized by use of an ultrasonic processor
D   - Yes, the milk will be homogenized by the human milk analyzer.

A   - 4 months after pasteurization
B   - 6 months after pasteurization
C   - 8 months after pasteurization
D   - 12 months after pasteurization

A   - False, macronutrient and energy content of breast milk vary widely among women/donors
B   - True, as long as the breast milk is collected at a similar post-menstrual age
C   - True, as long as the breast-milk is collected at a similar post-menstrual age and they gave birth at similar gestational ages (e.g. ‘at term’)
D   - False, the macronutrient and energy content of breast milk highly depends on the time of day at which it was collected

A   - Disparate: some are affected while others are not. However, in general, available evidence is scarce
B   - Disparate: all water-soluble vitamins decrease whereas the level of fat-soluble vitamins is stable
C   - Unknown, no research has been conducted on this subject yet
D   - Similar to the effect on macronutrients: no significant changes are found