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Lesson 2: The Digestive System Ans

Objective

c

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1.

What is the very first thing you should do if you suspect someone is choking on food? a. Perform the Heimlich maneuver. b. Strike the person sharply on the back. c. Ask the person to try to talk. d. Attempt to dislodge the food with your fingers.

b

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2.

The life-saving technique that utilizes an upper abdominal thrust to try to dislodge food from the airway of someone who is choking is known as a. CPR. b. Heimlich maneuver. c. Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. d. All of the above.

c

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3.

Which of the following foods that delay gastric emptying may cause an increase in belching? a. Carbohydrate b. Protein c. Fat d. Calcium

b

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4.

The use of an antacid is indicated primarily for which of the following conditions? a. Excessive gas b. Acid indigestion c. Excessive belching d. Bloating

c

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5.

An effective way of treating heartburn or acid indigestion is to a. drink milk. b. hold your breath. c. take antacids. d. drink water.

c

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6.

Which of the following is most likely to result from insufficient intake of fiber? a. Diarrhea b. Bloating c. Constipation d. Pancreatitis

a

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7.

People are said to be constipated when they experience a. painful or difficult bowel movements. b. more than a day or two without a bowel movement. c. soft or watery bowel movements with little notice. d. none of the above.

b

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8.

Peptic ulcers can be caused by a. acidic foods. b. bacteria. c. spicy foods. d. smoking.

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186 Objective

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7/V1

9.

The most obvious sign of choking is that the person cannot

7/V2

10.

The function of belching is to rid the small intestine or stomach of

7/V2

11.

Flatus (gas from the lower abdomen) is produced by fermentation of undigested food products caused by

7/V3

12.

The greatest danger from vomiting is

7/V3

13.

The relaxation of the gastroesophageal sphincter which produces a burning sensation in the esophagus is called Answer

09.

speak (make a sound, cough).

10.

carbon dioxide (gas).

11.

bacteria (GI tract or colon).

12.

dehydration.

13.

acid indigestion (heartburn).

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