CSS[FPSC-U.S. Civil Service Commission]-USA/[USA] CURRENT AFFAIRS MCQ MEDICAL SCIENCE Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
A condition of increased blood pressure within the arteries of the lungs:

1.Pulmonary embolism (PE)

2.Pulmonary hypertension (PH)

3.Pulmonary edema

4.None of these


Question:
A letter of credit is opened (or issued) on behalf of a/an

1.exporter

2.importer

3.buying agent

4.bank


Question:
An investment is believed to be risky if

1.it is dangerous

2.it has low returns

3.its returns are uncertain

4.its raw material is unavailable


Question:
Another name of Platelets is:

1.Thrombocytes

2.Bone marrow

3.Megakaryocyte

4.None of these


Question:
Diuretics cause loss of:

1.Iron

2.Vitamin B

3.Sodium

4.Potassium


Question:
Final audit is performed

1.after the year ends

2.near the year ends

3.after 9 months of the year

4.only if interim audit has problems


Question:
GATT is an abbreviation for

1.General Agreement on Transport and Trade

2.General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

3.Generally Accepted Telegraphic Transfer

4.Generally Accepted on Trade and Telegraph


Question:
Heroin, an addict drug contains:

1.Pentazocine

2.ASA

3.Acetyl morphine

4.Darvon


Question:
HIV stands for:

1.Human Immunodeficiency Virus

2.Human Infectious Virus

3.High Infectious virus

4.None of these


Question:
Hypoxemia is an abnormally low level of _____ in the blood.

1.Oxygen

2.Red blood cells

3.White blood cells

4.Platelets


Question:
IAASB is an abbreviation for

1.International Accounting and Auditing Standards Board

2.International Accountants and Auditors Standards Board

3.International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board

4.International Accounting and Assurance Standards Board


Question:
In which of the following disorders multinucleated giant cells are least likely to be found?

1.Streptococcus pneumonia

2.Sarcodosis

3.Blast mycosis

4.Autism


Question:
International Monetary Fund (IMF) provides loans to member countries that are experiencing problems with

1.excessive loans

2.balance of payments

3.poverty

4.infrastructure development


Question:
ISQCs is an abbreviation for

1.International Standards on Quantity Control

2.International Standards on Quality Control

3.International Society for Quantity Control

4.International Society for Quality Control


Question:
Leprosy is the other name of:

1.Lichen planus

2.Hansens disease

3.Diabetes

4.Phthisis


Question:
Name of a bacterial disease with oral manifestations is:

1.Measles

2.Chicken pox

3.Beri beri

4.Diphtheria


Question:
Noma is the name of complications of the infection:

1.Vincent angina

2.Beri beri

3.Tooth infection

4.None of these


Question:
Painless oral ulcers are associated with:

1.Primary herpes

2.Primary syphilis

3.Secondary herpes

4.Secondary syphilis


Question:
Professionals employed by insurance companies or pensions providers to calculate factors such as life expectancy and likely payouts are known as

1.Actuary

2.Accountant

3.Chartered Accountant

4.CFO


Question:
Pulmonary embolism (PE) can be treated by:

1.Anticoagulants

2.Thrombolysis

3.Chemotherapy

4.Both A & B


Question:
Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a blockage of an artery in the:

1.Heart

2.Lungs

3.Liver

4.None of the


Question:
Quinidine medicine is used to treat:

1.Atrial fibrillation

2.Hypertension

3.Angina

4.All of these


Question:
Raw materials that are remaining at the end of the reporting period are treated as

1.current assets

2.fixed assets

3.expenses

4.liabilities


Question:
Rigidity of facial muscles Rictus grin is associated with:

1.Leprosy

2.Tetany

3.Tetanus

4.Actinomycosis


Question:
Selling bonds is a way to

1.paying debt

2.improve exchange rate

3.lend loans

4.obtain loans


Question:
Shares of a public company are usually traded on a

1.central bank

2.stock exchange

3.securities & Exchange Commission

4.hedge fund


Question:
The headquarter of World Trade Organization (WTO) is located in

1.London

2.New York

3.Washington

4.Geneva


Question:
The IMF was established in _____ at the Bretton Woods Conference in the United States.

1.1944

2.1945

3.1946

4.1947


Question:
The IMFs primary mission is to ensure the stability of the international

1.money exchange system

2.money exchange rate

3.monetary policy

4.monetary system


Question:
The outcome of an audit is a/an

1.certificate

2.report

3.income and expenses

4.profit or loss


Question:
The return that is forgone by investing in a project instead of investing in a financial market at the same level of risk is known as

1.capital saving

2.opportunity cost

3.opportunity saving

4.internal rate of return


Question:
The selling price of some goods is $1500 and cost to sell the goods is $200. What is the Net Realizable Value (NRV)?

1.$1000

2.$1200

3.$1300

4.$1500


Question:
The World Bank has two goals: to promote shared prosperity in a sustainable way, and to

1.end extreme poverty

2.reduce difference between rich and poor

3.invest on health and education

4.combat deadliest diseases


Question:
The World Bank provides loans and grants to pursue

1.balance of payments

2.capital projects

3.exports

4.education and health related projects


Question:
Thrombocytopenia is a condition of abnormally low levels of _____ in the blood.

1.Red blood cells

2.White blood cells

3.Platelets

4.Oxygen


Question:
What are the symptoms of a pulmonary embolism (PE)?

1.Shortness of breathe

2.Chest pain

3.Fits

4.Both A & B


Question:
What type of standard is applied in assurance engagements other than audits or reviews of historical financial information?

1.IFAs

2.ISAs

3.ISAEs

4.ISREs


Question:
What type of standard is applied in the audit of historical financial information?

1.IFAs

2.ISAs

3.ISAEs

4.ISRSs


Question:
What type of standard is applied in the review of historical financial information?

1.IFAs

2.ISAs

3.ISAEs

4.ISREs


Question:
What type of standard is applied on compilation engagements, engagements to apply agreed upon procedures to information and other related services engagements?

1.ISRSs

2.ISREs

3.ISAEs

4.ISQCs


Question:
When the brain is completely deprived of oxygen. It is called:

1.Cerebral Ischemia

2.Cerebral hypoxia

3.Cerebral infraction

4.Apoptosis


Question:
Which from the following derivative is not traded on exchanges?

1.Forward

2.Future

3.Bond

4.Option


Question:
Which from the following is NOT among essentials of a valid contract?

1.Consensus ad idem

2.More than two parties

3.Lawful consideration

4.Free consent


Question:
Which of the following drugs are not useful in hypertension?

1.Beta blockers

2.Pentoxifyline

3.Methyldopa

4.None of these


Question:
_____ is a peripherally acting muscle relaxant.

1.Succinylcholine

2.Methocarbamol

3.Parafonforte

4.None of these


Question:
_____ is fluid accumulation in the tissue and air spaces of the lungs:

1.Pulmonary embolism (PE)

2.Pulmonary hypertension (PH)

3.Pulmonary edema

4.None of these


Question:
_____ is the presence of a high platelet count in the blood.

1.hrombocytopenia

2.Anemia

3.Thrombocythemia

4.None of these


Question:
______ is a condition in which there is insufficient blood flow to the brain to meet metabolic demand.

1.Brain ischemia

2.Autism

3.Cerebral hypoxia

4.None of these


Question:
______ is a decrease in the total amount of red blood cells or haemoglobin in the blood.

1.Thrombocytopenia

2.Anemia

3.Thrombocythemia

4.None of these


Question:
______ is the formation of a blood clot inside a blood vessel, obstructing the flow of blood through the circulatory system.

1.Embolism

2.Thrombosis

3.Necrosis

4.None of these


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