The package contains a list of multiple choice questions and correct answers related to the Diabetes symptoms, cure, medicines, prevention and other aspects. The data file is available in Excel Spreadsheet, MS Access Database and TAB delimited Text file format. The text files can be imported in a database e.g. MySQL or MS Access or in Excel.
Every question has 2 to 5 multiple choices of possible answers and a correct choice and answer. Questions are tagged with one or more keywords that the question is related to. This will help to quickly find all questions related to a specific keywords. Please check out "Additional Info" section for the list of all 330+ keyword tags.
|Question||The Question on Diabetes||Charactre (255)|
|ChoiceA||1st Choice for a possible answer||Charactre (255)|
|ChoiceB||2nd Choice for a possible answer||Charactre (255)|
|ChoiceC||3rd Choice for a possible answer||Charactre (255)|
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|ChoiceE||5th Choice for a possible answer||Charactre (255)|
|AnsCol||Position of the column with correct answer (A, B, C, D or E)||Charactre (1)|
|Answer||Correct answer||Charactre (255)|
|Keywords||Kyewords or topics that the question is related to||Charactre (255)|
|File Format||Tab Delimited Text, MS Excel 2007 Spread Sheet, MS Access 2007 Database|
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|Total Records||850+ multiple choice questions and answers|
|File Size||All files are zipped in a less than 1 MB downloadable file.|
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|Key Phrases||diabetes mcq, multiple choice questions, diabetes practice questions|
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A sample of multiple choice questions from the database follows:
|Can a living kidney donor have diabetes?||Yes, but only type 1||No||Yes, but only type 2||Yes, but only if he/she got diabetes after age 45||B||No||Kidney|
|Diabetes can cause kidney failure and blindness.||True||False||A||TRUE||failure, Kidney|
|Diabetic eye disease does NOT include:||Cataracts||Diabetic retinopathy||Glaucoma||Conjunctivitis||D||Conjunctivitis||diabetic|
|Diabetic neuropathy is when:||Damage occurs to a person's brain due to synthetic insulin||Damage occurs to a person's eyes due to hyperglycemia||Damage occurs to a person's fingers and toes due to poor circulation||Damage occurs to the covering of a person's nerves or blood vessels||D||Damage occurs to the covering of a person's nerves or blood vessels||neuropathy, diabetic|
|Diabetic retinopathy is:||Diabetic eye disease||Diabetic slow-healing sores||Diabetic foot disease||Diabetic gum disease||A||Diabetic eye disease||retinopathy, diabetic|
|The pre-diabetic state is characterized by:||Increased endogenous glucose production||Decreased glucose disappearance||2-hour oral glucose tolerance test values >11 mmol/L||No increase in risk of microvascular and macrovascular complications||B||Decreased glucose disappearance||pre-diabetic|
|What can help prevent diabetic neuropathy?||Exercise||Anti-depressants||Low-carb diets||Controlling blood sugar||D||Controlling blood sugar||neuropathy, diabetic|
|What is a diabetic foot ulcer?||A foot infection||A foot fungus||A foot sore||A foot amputation||C||A foot sore||ulcer, diabetic|
|What is diabetic nephropathy?||Kidney damage from diabetes||Nerve damage from diabetes||Eye damage from diabetes||Liver damage from diabetes||A||Kidney damage from diabetes||nephropathy, diabetic|
|When planning to exercise, a diabetic should:||strictly adhere to dietary carbohydrate restrictions||plan to exercise when insulin is peaking||take an extra injection of insulin before exercising||make sure that blood glucose is less than 300 mg/dl||D||make sure that blood glucose is less than 300 mg/dl||diabetic|