LET: MAPEH Part 13

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MAPEH Part 13

1. Which of the following method is the best way to assess your environmental health risks?

a. Use of health diary and self-tests and monitor of your surroundings

b. Self-assessment and analysis of emerging health risks.

c. Pinpointing the problem place and times of day behavior and your environment could effect your health adversely

d. Intelligent choice and modification both in your behavior and your surroundings to eliminate potential health problems.

Answer: a

2. Excessive radiation has delayed effects on the human body. Which of the following effects is the result of radiation.

a. Nausea and vomiting

b. Acid rain

c. Water pollution

d. Air pollution

Answer: c

3. Which of the following environmental problems is most lethal to people worldwide?

a. Ozone layer

b. Acid rain

c. Water pollution

d. Air pollution

Answer: d

4. After drinking juice, in which garbage bin must bin throw the tetra pack container?

a. Compostable

b. Recyclables

c. Biodegradables

d. Non-biodegradable

Answer: b

5. Which of the following is a mosquito-borne disease

I. Dengue

II. Malaria

III. Yellow fever

a. I only

b. II only

c. III only

d. I, II and III

Answer: d

6. The 4 common air pollutants according to WHO are the following EXCEPT?

a. Ozone

b. Nitrogen

c. Sulfur Dioxide

d. Nitrous dioxide

Answer: d

7. A sound is considered noise and can cause hearing problems if it measures more than ______ decibels:

a. 80

b. 85

c. 90

d. 95

Answer: b

8. Which is NOT TRUE about global warming:

a. More floods can happen.

b. Sustainability of water resources will be compromised.

c. Some insect-borne disease are likely to increase.

d. Carbon dioxide emitted by cars and factories traps the sun’s light.

Answer: d

9. Which of the following actions protects the environment?

I. Regularly spraying mosquito breeding place with seconds

II. Using a water hose to clean your car

III. Burning dry leaves to lessen garbage in landfills

a. I only

b. II only

c. III only

d. I, II, and III

Answer: d

10. What can a first aider do to help a victim in severe external bleeding?

a. Cover the victim with blanket.

b. Give the victim some water.

c. Apply direct pressure over the wound with your fingers or palm.

d. Provide some medication

Answer: c

11. When an adult victim is unconscious, when should first aider be called?

a. After the ABC principle

b. After resuscitation

c. After opening the air way

d. As soon as the victim of heart attack?

Answer: d

12. What can a rescuer do to help a victim of heart attack?

a. Lay the casualty down, and raise and support her legs

b. Make the victim as comfortable as possible to ease the strain of his heart.

c. Keep calm and reassure the victim.

d. Give oxygen if it is available

Answer: b

13. The scene suggest that the victim has suffered poisoning. The first thing to do is ______.

a. call a physician

b. check and, if necessary, clear the casualty’s airway

c. place the casualty in the recovery position

d. Give oxygen if it is available

Answer: b

14. An athletic student has vomited and now appears to be coughing up blood. He is now having cold, clammy skin and a rapid, weal pulse. What is most likely wrong?

a. He is having spinal injury

b. He is having mild stroke

c. He has having internal bleeding

d. he has head injury

Answer: c

15. You are caring for a victim with minor burns. Blister that form should never break as they ______.

a. aggravate the pain and swelling

b. damage. nerves and fat tissues

c. interfere infection into the would

d. introduce infection into the wound.

Answer: d

16. For a child who us unconsciously choking, you would ______.

a. perform CPR

b. tilt the head back to open the airway

c. do Heimlich maneuver

d. encourage him to cough to help dislodge the obstruction

Answer: b

17. A student is having a tonic seizure. What should you do as a first-responder?

a. Restrain the student.

b. Put something between his teeth so that he will not bite his tongue

c. Loosen tight clothing, i.e., necktie

d. Palace him under the shade

Answer: c

18. Your brother accidentally cut himself in the foot with a rusty blade. What is the first thing to do?

a. Apply ice to prevent swelling

b. Request for tetanus vaccine in the nearest clinic

c. Wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water

d. Apply pressure to stop bleeding

Answer: d

19. The following should be performed to a person who figured in a motorcycle accident EXCEPT?

a. Asses the airway by titling the head up and feeling the flow of air out of his mouth or nose

b. Control bleeding

c. Observe the chest for spontaneous breathing

d. Call an ambulance

Answer: a

20. What is the most important strategy to deal with drowning?

a. Mandatory CPR training for all lifeguards

b. Provision of complete emergency kits and equipments in all swimming facilities

c. Educating health care providers and legislator

d. Designing safe pool environment and use of isolation fencing to prevent kids wandering into the adult pools

Answer: d