Project #81429 - bioethics

QUESTION 1

1.      President Obama's Health Care Plan, passed in 2010, allows children up to the age of 29 to stay on their parents' employer-based insurance as long as the child is enrolled full-time in college.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 2

1.      Medicare is a State funded benefits program with federal matching funds.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 3

1.      Within two years of Dr. Barnard's heart transplant surgery:

A.

Public response was so positive that transplant surgery rates increased dramatically

B.

Public response was positive but the federal government imposed a ban for over a decade

C.

Public response was so negative and critical that almost all transplants stopped for over a decade

D.

Public response was negative but the federal government imposed a ban for over a decade

4 points   

QUESTION 4

1.      Inherent Wrongness--criticizes the Official View of animal testing based on Costs vs. Benefits

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 5

1.      Federal Baby Doe Rules initiated in President Reagan's administration

A.

Applied Roe vs. Wade to babies for the first time

B.

Applied the Americans with Disabilities Act to fetuses for the first time

C.

Applied the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to impaired babies for the first time

D.

Applied the policy of State control over child welfare for the first time

4 points   

QUESTION 6

1.      Baby Fae was the first allograph heart transplant patient.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 7

1.      The first xenograph infant heart transplant involved what donor species?

A.

Pig

B.

Chimpanzee

C.

Baboon

D.

Dog

4 points   

QUESTION 8

1.      Transplantation of an organ or tissue from one species to another

A.

Autograph

B.

Allograph

C.

Zoograph

D.

Xenograph

4 points   

QUESTION 9

1.      Dr. Dubernard's facial transplant is considered

A.

A medical success despite his questionable motivations

B.

A medical failure despite his honorable intentions

C.

A medical success and the result of unquestionable motivations

D.

A medical failure and the result of questionable motivations

4 points   

QUESTION 10

1.      Edward Taub's research on monkeys

A.

Was judged cruel and inappropriate at the time it was conducted but it had a positive outcome

B.

Was judged cruel and inappropriate at the time it was conducted and it had a negative outcome

C.

Was judged justifiable at the time it was conducted and it had a positive outcome

D.

Was judged justifiable at the time it was conducted but it had a negative outcome

4 points   

QUESTION 11

1.      The burden of proof for commitment of a mentally ill person is "clear and convincing evidence."

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 12

1.      President Obama's Health Care Plan, passed in 2010, allows insurance companies to deny coverage for a child with pre-existing conditions if the parents had advance notice of the condition through fetal genetic testing.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 13

1.      Which of the following is NOT a correct statement regarding the Official View of animal research?

A.

Animal research is indispensable and necessary.

B.

Antibiotic and surgical research can warrant animal testing.

C.

Animals can be used for research only once the federal government gives approval.

D.

Drugs must be tested on animals before tested on humans.

4 points   

QUESTION 14

1.      U.S. emergency rooms can opt to refuse treatment for life-threatening conditions if a patient is medically stable.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 15

1.      If there is a choice between two medically reasonable options for treating an ill infant in New York State, who has the ultimate authority to decide the treatment option?

A.

The federal government

B.

The state government

C.

The infant's doctor

D.

The infant's parents

4 points   

QUESTION 16

1.      Thomas Gennarelli's research on monkeys

A.

Was judged cruel and inappropriate at the time it was conducted but it had DEFINITE positive outcomes

B.

Was judged cruel and inappropriate at the time it was conducted and it had NO positive outcomes

C.

Was judged justifiable at the time it was conducted and it had DEFINITE positive outcomes

D.

Was judged justifiable at the time it was conducted but it had NO positive outcomes

4 points   

QUESTION 17

1.      There is no legitimate teleological argument against anencephalic infant heart transplant surgery.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 18

1.      Under 1984 child abuse amendments to the Baby Doe rules

A.

Parents can refuse/deny treatment for ill babies under 3 days old

B.

Parents can refuse/deny treatment for ill babies under 3 months old

C.

Parents can refuse/deny treatment for ill babies with a doctor's consent

D.

Parents can refuse/deny treatment for chronically and irreversibly comatose babies

4 points   

QUESTION 19

1.      The first artificial heart surgery was performed by

A.

Christian Bernard

B.

William DeVries

C.

Jean-Michel Dubernard

D.

Barney Clark

4 points   

QUESTION 20

1.      According to Florida law, an anencephalic infant can not be declared brain dead.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 21

1.      The main ethical question surrounding the first heart transplant in 1967 concerns

A.

Dr. Barnard's selection of the patient

B.

Dr. Barnard's selection of the heart donor

C.

Dr. Barnard's qualifications to perform the surgery

D.

Dr. Barnard's primary motivation for conducting the surgery

4 points   

QUESTION 22

1.      Creating a "designer" baby is currently illegal in the U.S.

 True

 False

4 points   

QUESTION 23

1.      What percent of the American population has employment based health insurance coverage?

A.

Approximately 30%

B.

Approximately 40%

C.

Approximately 50%

D.

Approximately 60%

4 points   

QUESTION 24

1.      The first successful face transplant was performed in

A.

United States

B.

Russia

C.

France

D.

China

4 points   

QUESTION 25

1.      The journalist pushed in front of a subway train by a homeless schizophrenic was

A.

Eddie Anguiano

B.

Kendra Webdale

C.

Connie Culp

D.

Carla Nash

 

 

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