Question 1. Excess of which of the following in the blood causes the ‘Blue Baby Syndrome’ disease?
Question 2. The famous ‘Bubble Baby Disease’ is so called because________.
(A) It is cured only water bubble
(B) The suffering baby is treated in a germ-free plastic bubble
(C) The suffering baby makes bubbles of saliva
(D) It is caused by water bubble
Question 3. In medical terminology ‘Golden Hour’ is related with________.
(A) Actual Child Birth
(B) Heart Attack
(C) Pregnancy is detected
(D) Terminal stage of cancer
Question 4. Beta-blocker is a medicine to save from________.
(A) Heart attack
(B) Chronic diabetes
(C) Enlargement of prostate gland
(D) None of the above
Question 5. Which of the following is essential to regulate the heart beat?
Question 6. Which one among these is related to the deficiency of potassium?
(A) Joint pain and blurry vision
(C) Low blood pressure
(D) Damage of kidney, muscle
Question 7. If albumin is releasing with urine, then the failure of which organ may occur?
Question 8. Which organ of the body is affected most on keeping fast for a long time?
Question 9. Which harmone controls the quantity of urine from kidney?
Question 10. The radio isotope used to detect tumours is_______.
Question 11. Which one is not correctly matched?
(A) Gold 198 – treatment of retina
(B) Phosphorus 32 – treatment of leukaemia
(C) Iodine 131 – treatment of thionoide neoplasm
(D) Cobalt 60 – treatment of neoplasm of human’s tumour
Question 12. Which one of the following radio elements is used to measure the speed of the blood flow in the human body?
Question 13. Yellow vein mosaic disease in okra caused by______.
(C) White fly
Question 14. Oncogenes are associated with_______.
Question 15. Cobalt-60 is generally used in radiation treatment because it ejects_______.
Question 16. The radio isotope used in the detection of tumour is_______.
Question 17. Radioactive isotope used in the regulation of blood cancer is_______.
(A) Both (D) and (C)
Question 18. Which one of the following is used in the treatment of blood cancer?
(D) None of the above
Question 19. Leukaemia is a type of cancer in which there is an abnormal increase in the number of _______.
(A) White blood cells
(B) Red blood cells
(D) Bone cells
Question 20. Which of the following can cause cancer as well as cure it depending upon its intensity and use?
(A) Ultraviolet rays
(B) Ionized radiation
Question 21. Haemophilia is a genetic disease carried by_______.
(A) Men appear in men
(B) Men appear in women
(C) Women appear in men
(D) Women appear in women
Question 22. Haemophilia is_______.
(A) A hereditary defect
(B) Caused by pollutants
(C) Caused by virus
(D) Caused by bacteria
Question 23. Which one of the following genetic diseases is sex-linked?
(B) Cystic fibrosis
(C) Tay-Sachs disease
(D) Royal haemophilia
Question 24. Haemophilia is a hereditary disease which affects as_______.
(A) Absence of blood clotting
(B) Lack in WBC
(C) Rheumatoid leant disease
(D) Lack of Hb
Question 25. The heritable disease is_______.
(C) Jaundice T.B.