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Social and Preventive Pharmacy (BP802TT) Chapter 1

1. Immunosuppressants such as – prevent transplanted organ organs from being rejected in recipients
a. Thrombin
b. Cyclosporine
c. aspirin
d. none of the above

2. The …………… is at its largest in children, but with the onset of puberty it eventually shrinks and gets replaced by fat.
a. Thymus
b. Hypothalamus
c. Parathyroid gland
d. none of the above

3. Which of the following diseases has been eradicated?
a. Smallpox
b. Rinderpest
c. polio
d. all of the above

4. A kind of an injury or damage which results in the premature death of all the nearby cells in a tissue or an organ through Auto lysis is called…
a. Neurosis
b. necrosis
c. apoptosis
d. cellular sensation.

5. The immune system comprises …..
a. Humoral and fibrous systems
b. humoral and cell-mediated systems
c. antigen
d. lymphocytes

6. Which of the following is a viral disease?
a. diphtheria
b. Filariasis
c. leprosy
d. influenza

7. Carcinoma arises from the ….
a. Epithelial cells
b. bone marrow
c. pigment containing cells
d. none of the above.

8. —– is an example of a stimulant.
a. Lorazepam
b. amphetamine
c. oxazepam
d. phencyclidine

9. Which of the following is the most essential nutrient for a woman during her initial stages of pregnancy
to prevent birth defects?
a. Thiamine
b. folic acid

c. vitamin C
d. vitamin E

10. Which of the following food sources has the highest levels of vitamin C?
a. Parsley
b. broccoli
c. blackcurrants
d. orange juice

11. Which of the following vitamin helps in blood clotting?
a. vitamin A
b. vitamin C
c. vitamin D
d. vitamin K

12. Which is the leading cause of blindness in children worldwide?
a. Glaucoma
b. cataract
c. color blindness
d. vitamin A deficiency

13. which of the following vitamin deficiency causes beriberi?
a. Vitamin B1
b. vitamin B2
c. vitamin B6
d. vitamin B12

14. Who is the most likely to develop scurvy?
a. vitamin C deficiency
b. A pregnant woman a malnourished child
c. a long time alcoholic a person with the eating disorder
d. Anorexia nervosa

15. Which of the following vitamin functions as both hormones and visual pigment?
a. retinal
b. riboflavin
c. folic acid
d. thiamine

16. Which of the following is a fat-soluble vitamin?
a. vitamin B
b. vitamin C
c. vitamin B12
d. vitamin D

17. Which of the following diseases is caused by the deficiency of niacin?
a. Scurvy
b. Rickets
c. Pellagra
d. pernicious anemia

18. Which of the following vitamins serve as a hormone precursor?
a. vitamin A
b. vitamin C
c. vitamin D
d. vitamin K

19. The most serious problem facing Global Health now and in future is..
a. nutrition
b. water
c. oil
d. smoking

20. The leading cause of poor health globally is..
a. Poverty
b. smoking
c. sanitation
d. cardiovascular disease

21. The leading infectious disease killer globally in 2001 was:
a. respiratory diseases
b. HIV or Aids
c. Diarrheal diseases
d. Tuberculosis

22. Which of the following is or are related to overnutrition?
a. Obesity
b. type 2 diabetes
c. cardiovascular disease
d. all of the above.

23. Breastfeeding is important to an infant’s health because….
a. it is not affected by the mothers nutritional status.
b. It transfers immunity against certain infectious diseases.
c. It decreases the mothers chances of getting pregnant
d. all of the above

24. Fortunately for infants in poor Nations, the nutritional Value of the mother’s breast milk is not affected by her own diet.
a. True
b. False

25. The epidemiological transition is
a. The elimination of infectious diseases and the increase in chronic diseases as the major problem in developing countries,
b. the continuing problem of infectious diseases plus the rapid increase in chronic diseases in developing countries
c. the development of epidemiology as a major discipline in developing countries.

26. The primary objective of immunization program is to
a. prevent infection
b. prevent disease
c. prevent further transmission of the disease agent
d. all of the above

27. The most important requirement of a vaccine is

a. safety
b. ability to stimulate antibody production
c. ability to stimulate an immune response
d. the proportion of infectious prevented

28. The inadequate absorption or availability of proteins and energy in body is known as:
a. protein energy malnutrition
b. pepsin enzyme malnutrition
c. passing energy malnutrition
d. protein excess malnutrition

29. The problems related to nutrition of nutrients is called
a. malnutrition
b. solubility of nutrition
c. insolubility of nutrition
d. balancing of nutrition.

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Subject:- Social and Preventive Pharmacy (BP802TT)
Semester:- 8th sem , sem 8
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