B) Has multiple chronic diseases
C) Aging itself is a disease
D) Requires multidisciplinary team approach
2- Which of the following is a part of comprehensive geriatric assessment:
A) Mental state assessment
B) Nutritional assessment
C) Pain assessment
D) All of the above
3-What approaches to healthy aging are being studied for preventing AD?
A) Lowering high blood pressure
B)Being physically active
C)Eating a healthy diet
D)All of the above
4 -Which of the following are considered physiological factors related to aging?
A) Genetics, education level, and personality
B) Sex, genetics, and senile dementia
C) Income level, senile dementia, and sex
D) Personality, sex, and role identification
5- Which of the following are considered sociological aspects of aging?
A) Role identification, income level, and loss of loved ones
B) Community resources, transportation concerns, and sexual dysfunction
C) Income level, declining senses, and transportation concerns
D) Loss of loved ones, education level, and senile dementia
6-Caregivers of the elderly can promote their vitality by encouraging which of the following behaviors?
A) Healthy eating habits, proper exercise, and social activities
B) Monitoring drug use, healthy eating habits, and communicating with the doctor
C) Proper exercise, discarding old medications, and organizing appointments
D) Assisting with finances, monitoring drug use, and organizing appointments
7- A summary of an individual's performance in personal care tasks such as bathing, dressing and eating is referred to as the:
A) Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
B) Activities of Daily Living
C) Health Status
D) Quality of Life
8- The main goal of geriatric medicine is:
A) Increasing life expectancy
B) Treating medical diseases in individuals above 60 years
C) Improving function and quality of life
D) Psychological support for the elderly with terminal diseases
9- Complete evaluation &management of falls should be done in elderly patients with history?
A) ≥ two falls/ year
B) ≥ two falls/ 6 months
C) ≥ three falls /year
D) ≥ three falls/ 6 months
10 - An 85-year-old woman comes to the office for an evaluation because she recently fell. She lives independently in a rural community. She has no significant medical history and takes no medications. She has not had her vision assessed in several years. Which of the following is true regarding visual acuity in older adults?
A)-Visual acuity should be screened every 1–2 years.
B)-Visual acuity should be screened every 3-4 years.
C)-Visual acuity should be screened 6 months.
D)-Visual acuity should be once.
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