Medical Quiz

Hospital Wards and Departments Quiz


Subspecialties include allergy and immunology, cardiology (heart diseases), endocrinology (hormone disorders), hematology (blood disorders), infectious diseases, gastroenterology (diseases of the gut), nephrology (kidney diseases), oncology (cancer), pulmonology (lung disorders), and rheumatology

A. Information management

B. Intensive care

C. Internal medicine

Can help if you have an illness or impairment that makes it more difficult for you to work, study or live independently.

A. Rehabilitation

B. Research library

C. Sexual counselling

Performing traditional examinations referring to an examination of the lungs, bones and soft tissue without a radiocontrast agent.

A. X-ray

B. Imaging

C. Technical services

Patient’s physical functions through physical examination, diagnosis, prognosis, physical intervention, rehabilitation and patient education are performed here.

A. Physiotherapy

B. Primary health care unit

C. Recruitment unit (care work)

A branch of medicine that specializes in the care of women during pregnancy and childbirth and in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the female reproductive organs.

A. Medical services

B. Neurology and clinical neurophysiology

C. Obstetrics and gynecology

Medical specialty department which is focused on the ears, nose, and throat.

A. Otolaryngology

B. Pain management

C. Pathology

Responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers.

A. Hospital sterilisation and disinfection unit

B. Infection and hospital hygiene unit

C. Human resources

Assists the clients of the hospital in all possible ways.

A. Catering services

B. Cleaning and maintenance services

C. Customer service centre

Here the entire surgical procedure, from beginning to completion is implemented on a same-day basis, without the anticipation of an overnight hospitalization.

A. Short-term surgery (short post-surgery, day surgery)

B. Social work

C. Surgery

Treating people with kidney problems.

A. Dialysis

B. Emergency Care / First Aid

C. Emergency Clinic

The place where the central activities of running a hospital are located.

A. Administrative centre

B. Aid facilities

C. Cafeteria

E.g. rashes, wounds, venereal diseases and skin cancers are treated here.

A. Dental and oral diseases

B. Dermatology

C. Development unit and projects

Contain the basics, like your name and your date of birth, but also have the results of medical tests, treatments, medicines, and any notes doctors make about you and your health.

A. Logistics and material services (purchasing)

B. Medical records

C. Lung diseases

Promotes and implements patients’ rights and contributes to the improved quality of care by advising patients and their relatives on issues related to good care and appropriate treatment. (Act on the Status and Rights of Patients 785/1992

A. Patient hotel

B. Patient ombudsman

C. Pediatrics

Provides a listening ear, emotional support and spiritual support to patients, relatives and friends, and hospital staff.

A. Financial administration

B. Hospital chaplain

C. Hospital pharmacy

Preventive health care that the employer has a duty to arrange by law.

A. Occupational health services

B. Oncology

C. Ophthalmology


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