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SARS-COV-2 AND PATIENTS WITH ASTHMA
Question 1. True or false: Asthmatics with comorbidities such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes and dyslipidaemia who acquire COVID-19 infection may be at higher risk of requiring hospitalisation than non-asthmatics with these comorbidities.
Question 2. Which of the following is false?
Question 3. Choose the correct answer: Regarding the management of asthma during the COVID-19 pandemic:
Question 4. Choose the correct answer: Which medications have been shown to possess antiviral properties on in-vitro studies?
CHRONIC MANAGEMENT OF ASTHMA – A PARADIGM SHIFT
Question 5. Choose the correct answer: South Africa has an unacceptability high asthma mortality in the general population (1.5 per 100 000) with an asthma mortality among 5–35-year-old asthmatics of 18.5 per 100 000. How poorly do we rank globally?
Question 6. Choose the correct answer: The emphasis of the new GINA guidelines is to achieve ‘asthma control’. What is meant by this statement?
Question 7. Choose the correct answer: The most significant changes in the GINA guidelines with the Step 1 therapy is?
Question 8. Choose the correct answer: With regards to difficult to treat asthmatic patients?
LIFE-THREATENING ASTHMA IN CHILDREN: A REVIEW
Question 9. Choose the correct answer: The prevalence of current asthma symptoms in 13-14 year old South African children is:
Question 10. Choose the correct answer: African children with asthma have more severe symptoms than children in high income countries. Which of the following is not a contributing factor:
Question 11. Choose the correct answer: Which is the first and most important investigation to perform to diagnose the severity of a severe acute asthma exacerbation?
Question 12. Choose the correct answer: The following clinical signs are adverse effects of systemic corticosteroids except:
MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH FOOD ALLERGIES IN SOUTH AFRICA: KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF PARENTS REGARDING PRECAUTIONARY ALLERGEN LABELLING – A CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY
Question 13. Choose the correct answer: Internationally, the prevalence of precautionary allergen labelling (PAL) on food products is estimated as ____________ %?
Question 14. Choose the correct answer: In this study, the highest incidence of types of food allergies were reported for?
Question 15. Choose the correct answer: What percentage (%) of participants specified that they would read labels during food preparation?
Question 16. Choose the correct answer: What was the reason for non-adherence to PAL among South African parents/caregivers?
ETHICS: AUTONOMY IN ASTHMA MANAGEMENT
Question 17. Choose the correct answer: In the principlism framework the principle that refers to doing good, is:
Question 18. Choose the correct answer: Respect for autonomy encompasses all the following obligations, except:
Question 19. Choose the correct answer: Shared decision making involves the following:
Question 20. Choose the correct answer: Severe asthma impacts patient autonomy in all the following ways, except:
Question 21. Choose the correct answer: According to self-determination theory, promotion of patients’ autonomy in the healthcare domain improves all the following except: