YÖKDİL Sağlık Bilimleri Testleri 1

YÖKDİL Sağlık Testleri 1

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Soru 1

All medications have the ---- to cause some side effects.

A
label
B
rupture
C
potential
D
failure
E
custom
Soru 2

Germline editing could be permitted in the future, if ---- regulated and with public approval, concludes the report.

A
properly
B
fundamentally
C
severely
D
similarly
E
relatively
Soru 3

If everyone ---- vitamin D supplements, more than 3 million fewer people in the UK ---- respiratory infections like colds or flu every year.

A
took / would have
B
is taking / have
C
takes / had had
D
had taken / will have
E
will take / have had
Soru 4

It takes only six months of drug treatment to cure ordinary tuberculosis, ---- it takes, unfortunately, two years to cure people whose infections are resistant to drugs.

A
if
B
or
C
since
D
so
E
but
Soru 5

Surveys have revealed that the majority of Australians would be ---- taxing junk food if the money was spent on tackling childhood obesity.

A
in favour of
B
on behalf of
C
in terms of
D
in view of
E
on the brink of
Soru 6

Our immune system recognizes and (1) ---- anything foreign to the body (2) ---- microbes and particles with toxic compounds. This defence (3) ---- through the cells in the circulatory and the lymphatic systems. These cells are produced in the bone marrow and lymphatic tissue (thymus, lymph nodes, spleen and tonsils) respectively. They begin their lives as "stem cells". These are (4) ---- vague and featureless ---- there is no way to determine what type of blood cell they will ultimately become. They may develop into any of a number of different kinds of cells like red blood cells or various types of white blood cells. These cells are then released (5) ---- the blood stream and are carried to all parts of the body.

(1) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
infects
B
preserves
C
embraces
D
destroys
E
yields
Soru 7

Our immune system recognizes and (1) ---- anything foreign to the body (2) ---- microbes and particles with toxic compounds. This defence (3) ---- through the cells in the circulatory and the lymphatic systems. These cells are produced in the bone marrow and lymphatic tissue (thymus, lymph nodes, spleen and tonsils) respectively. They begin their lives as "stem cells". These are (4) ---- vague and featureless ---- there is no way to determine what type of blood cell they will ultimately become. They may develop into any of a number of different kinds of cells like red blood cells or various types of white blood cells. These cells are then released (5) ---- the blood stream and are carried to all parts of the body.

(2) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
such as
B
but for
C
thanks to
D
as for
E
as of
Soru 8

Our immune system recognizes and (1) ---- anything foreign to the body (2) ---- microbes and particles with toxic compounds. This defence (3) ---- through the cells in the circulatory and the lymphatic systems. These cells are produced in the bone marrow and lymphatic tissue (thymus, lymph nodes, spleen and tonsils) respectively. They begin their lives as "stem cells". These are (4) ---- vague and featureless ---- there is no way to determine what type of blood cell they will ultimately become. They may develop into any of a number of different kinds of cells like red blood cells or various types of white blood cells. These cells are then released (5) ---- the blood stream and are carried to all parts of the body.

(3) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
would be performed
B
had been performed
C
is performed
D
was performed
E
will be performed
Soru 9

Our immune system recognizes and (1) ---- anything foreign to the body (2) ---- microbes and particles with toxic compounds. This defence (3) ---- through the cells in the circulatory and the lymphatic systems. These cells are produced in the bone marrow and lymphatic tissue (thymus, lymph nodes, spleen and tonsils) respectively. They begin their lives as "stem cells". These are (4) ---- vague and featureless ---- there is no way to determine what type of blood cell they will ultimately become. They may develop into any of a number of different kinds of cells like red blood cells or various types of white blood cells. These cells are then released (5) ---- the blood stream and are carried to all parts of the body.

(4) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
whether / or
B
so / that
C
such / that
D
less / than
E
such / as
Soru 10

Our immune system recognizes and (1) ---- anything foreign to the body (2) ---- microbes and particles with toxic compounds. This defence (3) ---- through the cells in the circulatory and the lymphatic systems. These cells are produced in the bone marrow and lymphatic tissue (thymus, lymph nodes, spleen and tonsils) respectively. They begin their lives as "stem cells". These are (4) ---- vague and featureless ---- there is no way to determine what type of blood cell they will ultimately become. They may develop into any of a number of different kinds of cells like red blood cells or various types of white blood cells. These cells are then released (5) ---- the blood stream and are carried to all parts of the body.

(5) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
across
B
into
C
below
D
over
E
onto
Soru 11

---- unless the evidence of a recent rabies shot is provided.

A
Some countries have few diagnostic facilities and almost no rabies surveillance
B
Dogs that have bitten someone must be quarantined for a period of two weeks
C
Vaccines to prevent human rabies have been available for more than 100 years
D
Domestic animals account for less than 10% of the reported rabies cases
E
There were eight confirmed cases of death due to human-to-human rabies transmissions
Soru 12

Since nicotine was first identified in early 1800s, ----.

A
some documents had proved that tobacco officials knew it was addictive
B
it has been studied extensively and shown to have a number of complex effects on the brain
C
no advertising of cigarettes would be permitted, and nicotine would be regulated
D
it was rated as a more powerful drug than cocaine at high doses
E
it will have been completely eliminated from your system
Soru 13

A recent survey has proved ----.

A
though most people consider the traditional division of housework to be normal
B
whether it is possible to compare safety standards internationally
C
that tiredness can seriously impair people’s ability to drive
D
which causes the accumulation of a toxic compound in the blood known as lactic acid
E
as people consuming more vegetables live longer those who don’t
Soru 14

There is no need for you to take any supplementary drugs ----.

A
if you have well balanced diet
B
even if there were no signs of a disease
C
as soon as you had your blood pressure
D
so your physician prescribes an antiviral medicine
E
although the risk of transmission is not high
Soru 15

Of the many possible environmental factors, few have been as thoroughly studied or debated as our diet.

A
Bazı olası çevresel faktörlere rağmen, çok azı beslenmeden biraz daha kapsamlı bir şekilde incelenip tartışılmıştır.
B
Birçok muhtemel çevresel faktörler arasında, bazıları beslenmeden önemsiz olmasına rağmen detaylı incelenip tartışılmıştır
C
Çevresel faktörler hep gündemde olsa da beslenme kadar kapsamlı incelenip tartışılmamaktadır.
D
Muhtemel çevre sorunları arasından, sadece bazılarının beslenmemiz kadar detaylı incelenip tartışıldığı bilinmektedir
E
Birçok muhtemel çevresel faktörler arasında, çok azı beslenmemiz kadar detaylı incelenmiş veya tartışılmıştır.
Soru 16

Pediatric patients are in a risky group in ensuring patient safety. Some common errors in the work in pediatrics are weaknesses in planning, lack of communication and education skills, and workload. Medication errors containing wrong drug and dose are common as well. Different doses the health care givers apply should only be calculated in accordance with body weight and surface area. The factor which increases the potential for medication errors in children is the implication of drug in different doses according to the child's age, body weight and surface area. Children’s weight, surface area and organ development show differences. And this may affect the evacuation of high dose from the body. Besides, young children whose communication skills are limited are at more risk because they cannot express how the drug’s side effects bother them.

  • It is stated in the passage that weaknesses in planning ----.
A
lead to higher doses of a drug applied by the patient
B
are more serious than other medication errors
C
increase the side effects of a drug on children and adults
D
are only one of the most common errors in pediatrics
E
are caused by the limited communication skills of young children
Soru 17

Pediatric patients are in a risky group in ensuring patient safety. Some common errors in the work in pediatrics are weaknesses in planning, lack of communication and education skills, and workload. Medication errors containing wrong drug and dose are common as well. Different doses the health care givers apply should only be calculated in accordance with body weight and surface area. The factor which increases the potential for medication errors in children is the implication of drug in different doses according to the child's age, body weight and surface area. Children’s weight, surface area and organ development show differences. And this may affect the evacuation of high dose from the body. Besides, young children whose communication skills are limited are at more risk because they cannot express how the drug’s side effects bother them.

  • It is understood from the paragraph that ----.
A
parents are blamed for the lack of communication and education skills
B
discharge of high dose from the body is dependent on the body weight only
C
it would be easier to identify the risks of a drug in children if they were able to tell the adverse effects
D
there is no need to change the dose of a drug to be applied by doctors
E
every child has the same physical features such as organ development and surface area
Soru 18

Pediatric patients are in a risky group in ensuring patient safety. Some common errors in the work in pediatrics are weaknesses in planning, lack of communication and education skills, and workload. Medication errors containing wrong drug and dose are common as well. Different doses the health care givers apply should only be calculated in accordance with body weight and surface area. The factor which increases the potential for medication errors in children is the implication of drug in different doses according to the child's age, body weight and surface area. Children’s weight, surface area and organ development show differences. And this may affect the evacuation of high dose from the body. Besides, young children whose communication skills are limited are at more risk because they cannot express how the drug’s side effects bother them.

  • According to the text, ----.
A
there are risks in other old patient groups as well
B
different factors bring about the errors in pediatrics
C
workload is of little importance in patient safety in pediatrics
D
the characteristics of common medical errors cannot be detected
E
stress and anxiety are the most important factors causing medical errors
Soru 19

Experts questioned 85 professional female models over the age of 18. They discovered that 81% of them were underweight. Many of the models led a very unhealthy lifestyle to stay underweight so that they could get work from their agencies. ----. They kept their “commercially slim and elegant look” in this way. This is mainly because the models said their agency told them they would not get jobs unless they lost more weight.

A
In fact, the study was published in the ‘International Journal of Eating Disorders’
B
In addition, the court decided it was wrong to put them under pressure
C
Therefore, it is made up of five jury members
D
In doing so, they skipped meals, stopped eating for days, and used diet pills
E
In contrast, these foreign models had been suffering from diseases
Soru 20

(I) Forget “fight or flight” as the only responses in the face of stress. (II) For women, there's a third road: “befriend”. (III) A landmark University of California reveals that women tend to gather with other women in times stress. (IV) This helps them share their worries and escape stress in a social environment. (V) Women working in stressful jobs will turn to alcohol, just like men do.

A
V
B
III
C
I
D
II
E
IV
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