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COLLEGE OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY LAWS AND ETHICS

FINAL EXAMINATION

Name ____________________________________________ Rating _____________________________

Schedule ________________________________________ Date of Examination___________________

I. DIRECTION. Selection the ONE lettered answer or completion that is BEST in each case.

_____1. This law mandates the Department of health to oversee and monitor the integration, coordination and supervision of all drug rehabilitation, intervention, after-care and follow-up programs, projects and activities as well as the establishment, operation, maintenance and management of privately-owned drug treatment rehabilitation centers and drug testing networks and laboratories throughout the country, in coordination with DSWD and other agencies.

A. RA1517 B. R.A. 9165 C. RA7719 D. RA4486 _____2. What government agency is designated as the National Reference

Laboratory for Environmental and Occupational Health, Toxicology and Micronutrient Assay and shall assure the competence, integrity and stability of drug testing centers nationwide.

A. RITM B. BHFS C. East Ave. Med Center D. San Lazaro Hospital

_____3. This government agency is mandated to formulate and establish the standards for regulation of hospitals, clinics and other health facilities and to enforce standards that shall be the basis of issuance of license/accreditation of a facility.

A. RITM B. BHFS C. East Ave. Med Center D. San Lazaro Hospital

_____4. Which of the following are the tasks of the BHFS:

1. Develop policies and guidelines on establishment, operation and monitoring of drug testing laboratories

2. Conduct accreditation of all private and government drug testing laboratories

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4. Conduct research and development on drug testing and other related activities

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____5. Which of the following are the tasks of NRL:

1. Train technical staff of drug testing laboratories

2. Assist DOH designated agencies in the conduct of accreditation of confirmatory laboratories for drug testing and in the evaluation of test kits and reagents

3. Promote quality assurance program in all drug testing laboratories 4. Resolve conflicting/challenge results among confirmatory

laboratories

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____6. Which of the following are the minimum qualifications of the head of

a screening laboratory for drug testing?

1. Licensed physician certified by the Philippine Board of Pathology 2. With two years experience in analytical toxicology

3. Trained in laboratory management and quality assurance program 4. Licensed chemist with Master’s degree

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct ______7. In case where a drug-testing laboratory is a division of a clinical

laboratory, it may be headed by:

1. License physician 3. Medical technologist

2. Chemist 4. Pharmacist

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____8. The analyst for a drug testing laboratory must be a registered:

1. Chemist 3. Medical technologist

2. Laboratory technician 4. Physician

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____9. Which of the following are the training requirements for the head of

the drug testing laboratory?

1. Theory and practice of the drug testing procedures used in the laboratory

2. Chain of custody, reporting, and record keeping 3. Review and interpretation of test results

4. Quality assurance program

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____10. An analyst for drug testing must have training in all of the following, except?

A. Analytical methods and procedures B. Maintenance of chain of custody

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C. Dangerous drugs regulations and policies D. Specimen integrity and security

_____11. Given the following personnel in drug testing laboratory, which of the following function to verify the completeness of CCF?

A. Analyst C. Authorized specimen collector

B. Head of the laboratory D. owner of the drug testing laboratory

_____12. Which of the following are persons who are not authorized to collect specimen:

1. Employer of the client 3. Complainant

2. Investigator at the crime scene 4. Administrator of the establishment

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____13. Which of the following statements is correct?

A. Screening laboratory shall have at least 20 square meters in floor area and 15 square meter work area.

B. Screening laboratory shall have at least 30 square meters in floor area and 20 square meter work area.

C. Screening laboratory shall have at least 30 square meters in floor area and 15 square meter work area.

D. Screening laboratory shall have at least 20 square meters in floor area and 1 square meter work area.

_____14. Which of the following statements is correct?

A. Confirmatory laboratory shall have at least 60sqm in floor area and 30 sqm work area.

B. Confirmatory laboratory shall have at least 60sqm in floor area and 40 sqm work area.

C. Confirmatory laboratory shall have at least 40sqm in floor area and 30 sqm work area.

D. Confirmatory laboratory shall have at least 40sqm in floor area and 20 sqm work area.

_____15. A drug testing laboratory of whatever category shall have within its premise an area which can accommodate at least how many prospective clients at a given time?

A. 1 B. 2 C. 5 D. 10

_____16. Which of the following specimen and collection device do not match?

A. Urine: 10 mL capacity polyethylene container B. Scalp hair: 200mg capacity plastic bag

C. Saliva: screw capped 30ml capacity polyethylene container D. Blood: 10mL capacity plain test tube

_____17. Collection of specimen for drug testing at a temporary/remote facility can only be conducted at the following locations/conditions:

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1. Workplace 2. School 3. Jail 4. Rehabilitation center

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____18. Collection of specimen for all mandatory drug testing shall be done

at permanent facility except for:

1. Crime scene 2. Jail 3. Post accident 4. School

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____19. For remote collection, drug testing laboratory must secure a permit

from BHFS prior to the scheduled activity for at least:

A. 5 days B. 10 days C. 15 days D. 20 days _____20. For mandatory drug testing the specimen is:

A. Blood B. scalp hair C. tissues D. urine

_____21. Which of the following specimen and minimum quantity do not match?

A. Blood: 5ml C. scalp hair: 100mg

B. Saliva: 1ml D. urine: 60ml

_____22. Which of the following conditions is allowed for unobserved specimen collection for drug testing?

1. Physically unable to go to the laboratory 2. Involve in crime scene

3. Involve in post-accident 4. Critically ill

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct

_____23. Which of the following are the causes of specimen rejection for drug testing?

1. Absence of ID in the specimen 2. Tampered seal

3. Insufficient quantity of specimen

4. No authorized specimen collector’s name in the specimen container

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____24. Which of the following is the cause of specimen rejection for drug testing?

A. Discrepancies of the laboratory name and address B. Date and time of collection is not indicate

C. Failure of the authorized specimen collector to sign the CCF D. Unmarked reason for test

______25. In drug testing, the test must be cancelled by the head of the laboratory when:

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A. Client signature is missing on the form

B. Client provided a comment that the client refused to sign the form

C. The analyst failed to sign the CCF for a specimen reported as negative

D. Incomplete data elements

______26. A drug testing laboratory must retain a specimen that was reported as either positive, adulterated, substituted or invalid for a minimum of:

A. 5 days B. 15 days C. one year D. two years

______27. A drug testing laboratory may retain a specimen that was reported as either positive, adulterated, substituted or invalid for a maximum of:

A. 5 days B. 15 days C. one year D. two years

_____28. All of the following are analytical methods used for screening of drug except:

A. EIA B. EMIT C. GC-MS D. TLC

_____29. The screening laboratory must keep specimens with a negative results for a minimum of:

A. 5 days B. 15 days C. one year D. 2 years _____30. For criminal case-related drug testing, the confirmatory result

should be released within how many day/s after the submission of the specimen?

A. 1 day B. 3 days C. 5 days D. 4 days

_____31. For confirmatory testing, the results must be released within a maximum of:

A. 1 day B. 3 days C. 5 days d. 4 days

_____32. Which of the following conditions denote that the urine is adulterated?

1. The nitrite concentration is confirmed to be greater than or equal to 500ug/L

2. The pH is less than 3 or greater than or equal to 11 3. The specimen contains an exogenous substance

4. The specimen contains an endogenous substance at a concentration greater than what is considered a normal physiological concentration

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct

_____33. Which of the following conditions denote that the urine is substituted?

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1. Creatinine concentration is more than 442umol/L

2. Creatinine concentration is less than 442umol/L 3. Specific gravity is greater than 1.002

4. Specific gravity is less than 1.002

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct

_____35. Which of the following are indicators that the urine specimen is diluted?

1. The creatinine concentration is more than 1768umol/L

2. The creatinine concentration is less than 1768umol/L 3. The specific gravity is more than 1.003

4. The specific gravity is less than 1.003

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____36. In drug testing, the urine specimen is invalid when:

1. Adulterated, substituted and diluted 2. Improperly collected, handled and stored 3. Improperly documented

4. such do not meet the criteria for a substituted or invalid result

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____37. Which of the following analytes may be determined in a validity

test on a urine specimen?

1. Creatinine 2. Specific gravity 3. pH 4. Nitrite

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____38. What laboratory form reflects the actual movement between

individuals or movement to/from temporary storage that are used for handling specimen?

A. Memorandum for Records C. Evidence of Review

B. Chain of Custody D. Confirmatory worksheet

_____39. In drug testing, all specimen submitted shall have a corresponding laboratory result issued within:

A. 1 day C. 10 days

B. 5 days D. 15 days

_____40. This is the second analytical procedure performed on a different aliquot of the original specimen to identify and quantify the presence of a specific drug/metabolite.

A. Screening test C. cancelled test

B. Confirmatory test D. validity test

_____41. The test used to determine if a specimen is adulterated, diluted or substituted.

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A. Screening test C. cancelled test

B. Confirmatory test D. validity test

_____42. A sample with a known drug concentration or an accredited drug free sample used to evaluate the ability of a laboratory to test a specimen for drugs and/or metabolites.

A. Calibrator C. blind sample

B. Aliqout D. Control

_____43. When a specimen is either adulterated, substituted, or contain a drug/metabolite, the DOH-accredited laboratory must report it as:

A. Negative C. non-negative

B. Positive D. reconfirmed

_____44. This is the result reported when a laboratory is able to corroborate the original result reported to the head of the laboratory.

A. Negative C. non-negative

B. Positive D. reconfirmed

_____45. This is the test used to differentiate a negative specimen from one that requires further testing for drugs or drug metabolites.

A. Screening test C. cancelled test

B. Confirmatory test D. validity test

_____46. The drug test certificates on tests performed by accredited drug testing centers shall be valid for:

A. One month C. six months

B. Three months D. one year

_____47. Which of the following must be submitted for application for accreditation of a drug testing laboratory?

1. Letter of endorsement to the Bureau Director 2. DTI registration

3. Floor plan

4. Quality control program

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____48. Application for renewal of accreditation shall be filed within how

many days before the expiration date?

A. 30 days C. 90 days

B. 60 days D. 120 days

_____49. Which of the following acts are considered as violations of the IRR on Drug Testing Laboratories?

1. Issuance of fraudulent drug test results 2. Refusal to allow survey

3. Failure to refer the positive screening result to a confirmatory laboratory

4. Conviction of the owner or manager for any criminal offense committed even not incident to the operation of the laboratory.

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

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B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct

_____50. All test results for drug testing shall bear the signature of the:

1. Analyst 2. Owner of the lab 3. Head of the lab 4. Donor

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____51. Under Section 7 of the Administrative Order 118B, s.1992, the

person responsible for the training program for medical technology interns should be a:

A. Licensed physician certified by the Philippine Board of Pathology B. Chief Medical Technologist

C. Clinical Coordinator D. Dean

_____52. For every 1 registered medical technologist in each section, the number of interns allowed should not exceed:

A. 5 B. 10 C. 15 D. 20

_____53. All clinical laboratories shall be monitored regularly and shall be inspected every:

A. 1 year B. 2 years C. 5 years D. 3 years

_____54. The license to operate a clinical laboratory shall be suspended or revoked when the following acts are committed:

1. Operation without a registered medical technologist 2. Change of ownership without informing BHFS

3. Refusal to allow inspection 4. Gross negligence

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct

_____55. Which of the following is not a function of a Dean of the College of Medical Technology?

A. Initiating faculty development program B. Preparing teaching load

C. Recommending appointment of faculty members D. Administer general policies of the University

_____56. Who among the following can teach medical technology professional subjects:

1. RMT without master’s degree

2. RMT with master’s degree and 1 year clinical experience

3. RMT with 1 year experience in training medtech interns 4. Licensed physician with minimum of 2 years clinical practice.

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

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_____57. During the internship training program, the intern must render at least 250 hours in all of the following sections, except?

A. Clinical Chemistry C. Blood Banking

B. CM and Para D. Microbiology

_____58. In histopathology, how many number of hours must an intern render during internship?

A. 54 hours B. 170 hours C. 250 hours D. 300 hours

_____59. The ratio of textbook to students should be:

A. 1:5 B. 1:10 C. 1:15 D. 1:20 _____60. The ratio of clinical coordinator to interns should be:

A. 1:20 B. 1:30 C. 1:40 D. 1:50

_____61. Which of the following is not a qualification of a clinical coordinator? A. Registered medical technologist

B. Bonafide member of PAMET and PASMETH C. Must have one year clinical experience D. Must have a master’s degree

_____62. In the evaluation of the performance of interns, which of the following should be applied in computing grade?

A. 40% examination, 60% clinical performance B. 60% examination, 405 clinical performance C. 30% examination, 70% clinical performance D. 70% examination, 30% clinical performance

_____63. Under section 13 of the guidelines and procedures for the implementation of CPE programs, this shall refer to the gathering of professionals which shall include among others, conferences, symposia or assemblies for round table discussions.

A. Seminars C. fellowship

B. Conventions D. In service training

_____64. Under section 13 of the guidelines and procedures for the implementation of CPE programs, this shall refer to the gathering of professionals which shall include among others, workshops, technical lectures or subject matter meetings, non-degree training courses and scientific meetings.

A. Seminars C. fellowship

B. Conventions D. In service training

_____65. A medical technologist attended the PAMET convention in order to gain CPE credit units. As a participant he should be given credit units equivalent to:

A. 1 credit/hour C. 3 credit units

B. 2 credit units/hour D. 5 credit units/hour

_____66. A medical technologist attended the PAMET convention in order to gain CPE credit units. As a speaker he should be given credit units equivalent to:

A. 1 credit/hour C. 3 credit units

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_____67. A medical technologist attended the PAMET convention in order to gain CPE credit units. As a panelist he should be given credit units equivalent to:

A. 1 credit/hour C. 3 credit units

B. 2 credit units/hour D. 5 credit units/hour

_____68. A medical technologist attended the PAMET convention in order to gain CPE credit units. As a facilitator he should be given credit units equivalent to:

A. 1 credit/hour C. 3 credit units

B. 2 credit units/hour D. 5 credit units/hour

_____69. A medical technologist earned master’s units in medical technology, he applied for renewal of his license, his 12 earned master’s units must be credited with an equivalent credit of:

A. 12 units B. 6 units C. 24 units D. 30 units

_____70. A medical technologist earned PhD units in medical technology, he applied for renewal of his license, his 12 earned PhD units must be credited with an equivalent credit of:

A. 12 units B. 6 units C. 24 units D. 30 units

_____71. A medical technologist recently graduated his Master’s in Medical Technology. When he will renew his license, his completion of the degree must be equivalent to:

A. 20 credit units B. 30 credit units C. 40 credit units D. 45 credit units

_____72. A medical technologist recently graduated his PhD in Medical Technology. When he will renew his license, his completion of the degree must be equivalent to:

A. 20 credit units B. 30 credit units C. 40 credit units D. 45 credit units

_____73. A medical technologist recently had his externship for 3 years. When he will renew his license, his externship must be equivalent to:

A. 20 credit units B. 30 credit units C. 40 credit units D. 10 credit units

_____74. A medical technologist recently finished his research in molecular genetics. When he will renew his license, his completion of the research must be equivalent to:

A. 20 credit units B. 30 credit units C. 40 credit units D. 10 credit units

_____75. In renewing medical technology license, the number of units earned for the past 3 years must be at least:

A. 20 units B. 40 units C. 60 units D. 90 units

_____76. A document to be given a CPE credit units at the time of application, the document must cover a period not to exceed:

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_____77. In filing for application to take the Board examination, which of the following statements is not true?

A. Filing should be done personally

B. Documents must include photocopy of Certificate of Live Birth C. Marriage contract must be submitted if applicable

D. Applications with incomplete documents are not accepted.

_____78. This term shall refer to the status of a successful examinee in a licensure examination who, for failure to comply with certain requirement/s, said successful examinee shall not be registered as such unless the deficiencies are completed.

A. Temporary special permit C. Deferred

B. Notice of Admission D. Integration

_____79. In the revised matrix for the Licensure examination for medical technology, which of the following sub-topics constitute at least 45% by weight:

A. CSF B. urine C. feces D. quality control

_____80. In the revised matrix for the licensure examination for medical technology, microbiology and parasitology constitute 20% with weight specified as:

A. 70% microbiology, 30% parasitology

B. 30% microbiology, 70% parasitology

C. 50% microbiology, 50% parasitology

D. 80% microbiology, 20% parasitology _____81. The PAMET was originally organized on:

A. Sept. 15, 1963 C. June 21, 1969 B. Sept. 15, 1969 D. June 21, 1970 _____82.

_____90. In the revised matrix for the licensure examination for medical technology, blood banking and serology constitute 20% with weight specified as:

A. 70% blood banking, 30% serology B. 30% blood banking, 70% serology C. 50% blood banking, 50% serology D. 80% blood banking, 20% serology

_____91. In the revised matrix for the licensure examination for medical technology, endocrinology and toxicology is specified with that percentage of the total questions in clinical chemistry?

A. 10% B. 15% C. 20% D. 16%

_____92. The deadline for filing of application for licensure examination should is not later than __________ before the first day of examination.

A. 10 days B. 20 days C. 30 days D. 45 days

_____93. The program of examination shall be issued by the board at least ______ before the start of the examinations.

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_____94. Under normal circumstances, examinees arriving late may be admitted if the tardiness does not exceed:

A. 15 minutes B. 30 minutes C. 5 minutes D. 10 minutes

_____95. As provided in the regulatory laws of the PRC, the Board shall not register any person who is:

1. Convicted by a court of any offense 3. Unsound mind

2. Guilty of immoral conduct 4. With incurable disease

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____96. A foreign professional licensed in his country to practice his

profession may be allowed to practice his profession in the Philippines. This is called:

A. Consultancy C. Reciprocity

B. Unconditional recognition D. Treaty of professions

_____97. A person certified and registered with the Board as qualified to assist a medical technologist and/or qualified pathologist in the practice of medical technology.

A. Medical laboratory technician C. Medical laboratory aide

B. Phlebotomist D. Histopathologic technician

_____98. The Council of Medical Technology Education is composed of:

1. A representative of the Deans of Schools of MedTech 2. President of PAMET

3. Member of the Board

4. CHEd representative

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____99. Who formulate and recommend approval of refresher course for

applicants who shall have failed the Board Examination for the third time?

A. PAMET C. PASMETH

B. Board D. Council of MedTech Education _____100. Which of the following is not a function of the Council of MedTech Education?

A. Recommend minimum required curriculum C. inspect medtech schools

B. Certify admission to internship D. administer oath ____101. It is a registry of all medical technologists in the Phil. who were given certificates of registration.

A. Board Registered Record C. Roster of Medical Technologists

B. Certified Med Tech Record D. Medical Technology Registry

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____102. Successful examinees are required to take a ___ oath before entering the practice of Medical Technology.

A. PAMET B. professional C. PRC D. Hippocratic

_____103. RA 5527 was made effective

on-A. June 21, 1969 C. July 21, 1969

D. September 21, 1969 D. January 1, 1969

_____104. An examinee obtained the following ratings in the licensure exams; what is the rating of the examinee ?

Clin Chem = 80 Clin Micros = 82 BB- Serol = 75

Hematology = 70 Micro – para = 72 Histopath an MT laws = 78

A. 75.4 B. 76.17 C. 73.2 D. 78.0

_____105. Based o n the above ratings, which of the following conditions is / are violated :

1. General rating must be 75 % or higher

2. No rating below 50% in any of the major subject

3. Has not failed in more than 60% in the major subjects according to relative weights

A. 1 and 3 B. only 3 C. 1 and 2 D. none of the provisions violated ____106. A requirement for the licensure examination is proof of Filipino

citizenship; which of the following is accepted:

A. Transcript of Records from the school B. baptismal certificate C. Birth certificate issued by the NSO D. Birth certificate from the Local Registry

_____107. A registered medical technologist shall conduct himself/ herself a reputation of ___.

A. reliability, honesty and integrity B. fairness, honesty and confidence C. absolute reliability and accuracy D. being a professional

_____108. Information acquired in the course of work of a medical technologist should be treated as

A. accurate B. both accurate and precise C. fair and valid D. strictly confidential

______109. Which of the following functions can be performed by the med lab technician as well as the reg med tech ?

1. collection and preservation of the specimen

2. preparation and standardization of reagents and standards 3. histopathand cyto- technique

4. clinical laboratory quality control

CHOICES: A. 1 and 2 B. 2 and 4 C. 1,2 and 3 D. 1, 2,3 and 4

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_____110. Which of these is NOT true of the characteristics of a medical technologist:

A. performs the work of a med technologist as defined in the practice of medical technology

B. graduated from the course of medical technology or public health C. registered with the Board of Medical Technology

D. serves as head of the clinical laboratory

_____111. The licensure examinations for medical technologists is held-A. March and October C. March and September

D. February and September D. June and December _____112. Certificate of registration as Med Tech is issued to-

A. anyone who passed the MT licensure examination B. anyone who applies for the certificate

C. licensure exam passer with 21 years of age or over D. one who has taken the licensure exam 3 times

_____113. The Executive officer of the Board of Medical Technology is-A. PRC Chair C. Board of Med Tech chairperson B. Secretary of the Board D. Associate Commissioner of PRC _____114. The Board of Medical Technology is composed of:

A. a pathologist as chair and three medical technologists as members B. a pathologist as chair and a medical technologist as member

C. a medical technologist as chair, a pathologist and another med tech as members

D. a pathologist as chair and two med techs as members

_____115. To qualify as member of the Board of Med Tech, one must have practiced the profession for not less than –

A. 5 years B. 8 years C. 10 years D. 15 years _____116. A school of medical technology is granted permit and recognition

by-A. Technical Committee for MT Education C. CHED

B. PRC D. PRC and CHED

_____117. Which of the requirements would be considered in order for a laboratory to be approved for training of medical technology interns: 1. license to operate as tertiary laboratory

2. with adequate staff

3. with appropriate facilities and specimens for testing 4. with training program

A. 1 and 2 B. 1, 2 and 3 C. 1, 2, 3 and 4 D. only 1

_____118. Who of the following is the chair of the Technical Com for MT Education :

A. Pres. of PASMETH C. Pres. of PAMET

B. PRC commissioner D. Member of the Board of MT

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A. part time teaching in a college of MT while engaged in fulltime work as med tech in a hosp

B. placing RMT at the end of one’s name when registered as med lab technician

C. using a suspended license

D. working in a lab which is not headed by a pathologist _____120. A clinical laboratory is exempt from obtaining a license

if-A. it is fully automated

B. it does only routine lab tests

C. the lab tests are done solely for the patients of the physician D. it is based in a government hospital

_____121. To which of the following shall apply the license requirement and other revised regulations of the clinical laboratory law?

1. private clinical laboratories – hospital based 2. private laboratories- non-hospital based

3. government laboratories- hospital based

4. rural health units doing only acid fast bacilli microscopy and malaria screening

CHOICES:

A. 1 and 2 B. 1 and 3 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____122. Which of the following tests is NOT done in a secondary category- laboratory ?

A. FBS, BUN, creatinine C. T3,T4, TSH by EIA methods B. quantitative platelet count D. blood cell morphology _____123. Records of anatomic and forensic pathology is kept in the laboratory (for) __?

A. 5 years minimum C. 10 years minimum

B. 10 years maximum D. indefinitely or permanently _____124. The following are confirmatory methods for HIV antibody testing, EXCEPT:

A. Radioimmunoprecipitationassay C. enzyme immunoassay

B. Western Blot D. Immunofluorescence assay _____125. Who of the following is qualified to head a Blood Bank ?

A. clinical pathologist B. anatomic pathologist

C. chief medical technologist who has undergone training in BB practice

D. RMT with Master’s degree, with specialty in immunohematology and blood transfusion medicine

____126. Existing laboratories are inspected __ ?

A. every year B. every 2 years C. every 5 years D. any time as necessary

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be-A. RMT in the Phil C. ASCP registered (USA)

B. holder of MS degree and RMT D. trained and accredited by the DOH

_____128. The term of office of appointment of the PRC Commissioners is-A. 5 years with reappointment C. 7 years with reappointment B. 7 years without reappointment D. 10 years without reappointment _____129. The National Blood Services Act serves to provide ___ blood and blood products.

1. adequate 2. Safe 3. affordable 4. equitable distribution of supply

of-CHOICES: A. 1 and 2 B. 3 and 4 C. 1, 2, and 3 D. 1,2, 3 and 4

_____130. Change in the location of a laboratory shall be informed to the DOH at least

-A. 15 days before transfer C. 15 days after transfer

B. 30 days after transfer D. any time right after transfer _____131. Blood units tested positive for blood-borne diseases should be disposed off

within-A. 12 hours B. 24 hours C. 48 hours D. 72 hours _____132.Whose function is it to monitor the performance of schools in

licensure examination and publish the results of these in a newspaper of nationwide circulation ?

A. PRC C. CHED

D. Professional Regulatory Boards D. Technical Committee _____133. ProLabis a tertiary, privately owned laboratory whose main lab is

situated in Makati. It has branch labs in -

1. E. Rodriguez Ave., Quezon city, tertiary category 2. Binondo, Manila, tertiary category

3. Taft Ave., Pasay City, secondary category Which of these would require a license to operate ?

A. only the main lab in Makati C. main lab plus the two tertiary branch labs

B. main lab plus the secondary category lab D. main labs plus all the branch labs

____134. In its function to establish and maintain a high standard of admission to the practice of the profession, the PRC has the ff functions, EXCEPT:

A. administer and conduct the licensure examination B. prepare the syllabi of examinations

C. approve results of examination and release of the same

D. to impose penalty upon any examinee violating the rules and regulations governing

licensure examinations.

____135. It is the objective of the RA 7719 to phase out commercial blood banks up to the

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_____136. Which of these are considered violations in the operation of a clinical laboratory ?

1. operating without a license

2. no registered medical technologist employed

3. gross negligence resulting to detrimental effect on the public served 4. failure to pass the quality control proficiency one time

CHOICES: A. only 1 B. 1 and 2 C. 1,2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____137. Which of the following statements is NOT true:

A. The closure order of the DOH upon a laboratory can be overruled by a restraining order of a competent court of law.

B. A license may be revoked, suspended or modified in full or in part as a result of Inspection by the DOH.

C. Any person who operates a lab illegally is subject to fine or imprisonment or both.

D. The DOH may seek assistance from the police or NBI for the closure order of a clinical laboratory.

_____138. Whose signatures are seen in the certificates of registration of a professional ?

1. Chair and members of the Board 2. Chairperson of the PRC

3. Commissioners of the PRC 4. Secretary of the Boards

CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____139. The PRC shall have the power/ function to A. appoint the members of the various Boards

B. recommend to the Pres. of the Phil for appointment members of the various Boards C. remove from Office any member of the Boards

D. determine the compensation of the various Boards

_____140. The former Chairperson of the PRC was replaced by the new and present one based on one disqualification. Which one is it ?

A. at least 5 years of executive or managerial experience B. at least 40 years of age

C. holder of a valid certificate of registration or professional license issued by the PRC

D. past Chairperson / member of any PRC Board.

_____141. The syllabi or tables of specification for the subjects in medical technology licensure examination shall be prepared in consultation with

the-A. academe B. PASMETH C. Technical Committee D. PAMET

_____142. A member of the Board rigs the licensure examination results. What are the penalties he/ she may suffer ?

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2. absolute and perpetual disqualification from holding any public office

3. fine of P50,000 – P100,000 4. imprisonment of 4 to 6 years

CHOICES: A. only 1 B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

______143. A corporate body which allows anyone in his employ who is not a registered medical technologist / med lab technician to practice medical technology is violating___ of R.A. 5527

A. Sec. 15 B. Sec. 20 C. Sec. 29 D. Sec. 31

______144. In Northern Luzon, the regional offices of the PRC are located in: A. Baguio City, TuguegaraoCity and Santiago City

B. Baguio City, Laoag City, Tuguegarao and Santiago City

C. Baguio City, Tuguegarao City, Dagupan City and Santiago City D. Baguio City and Tuguegarao City

______145. The physical facilities of the clin lab and of the blood bank shall be required to be

/have-1. good ventilation, adequate lighting 2. adequate space

3. adequate water supply 4. clean and safe

A. 1 and 2 B. 3 and 4 C. 1, 2, 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____146.The filing for application for licensure examination shall be done by –

A. examinee himself/ herself

B. registrar of the school where examinee graduated C. representative of review center

D. representative of a group of examinees

_____147. HIV testing accreditation by the DOH is required – 1. of the laboratory that will perform the testing

2. of the RMT to perform the testing 3. of the reagents to be used in testing

CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1 and 3 D. 1, 2 and 3

_____148. What must be the top priority consideration in the operation of the clin laboratory ?

A. client/ patient satisfaction C. doctors requesting lab tests

B. kinds of lab tests D. lab personnel

_____149. Documents required to be submitted with the application for examination

includes-1. transcripts of records2. birth certificate from NSO 3. marriage contract from

married female applicant 4. certificates of internship

CHOICES: A. 1 and 4 B. 2 and 3 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

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_____150. Skills of the manager required in the ability to conceptualize and apply the management process, systematize work flow, making decisions and communicating with coworkers.

A. people skills B. organizational C. technical skills D. managerial

_____151. The structure of the organizational plan in the laboratory indicates supervision is a linear system providing for direct vertical link from the top management to the lowest level worker; this is referred to as –

A. scalar principle C. unity of command

B. exception principle D. span of control

_____152. Management is defined as the process of coordinating and implementing the conditions

of-1. stated mission and vision 2. authority and direction 3. optimal use of resources 4. responsibility and accountability

CHOICES: A. 1 only B.1 and 2 C. 3 and 4 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____153. If the manager of the laboratory attends a conference, which of the following parties does he represent ?

1. owners of the company 2. employees 3. doctors 4. clients

CHOICES: only 1 B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2,3 and 4

_____154. A good objective is characterized to be of the following, EXCEPT A. be clearly defined and understood C. has strict time period to be attained

B. obtainable and realistic D. reduce expenses and wastes

_____155. In Maslow’s hierarcy of needs motivation theory, what consists the highest level ?

A. physiological B. esteem C. self-actualization D. social

_____156. Bloods for transfusion shall be screened for the following viruses,

EXCEPT-A. CMV B. HTLV-1 C. HIV-1 and 2 D. Hepatitis B and C

_____157. The following are functions of the Board of MT, EXCEPT

A. conduct licensure exams C. conduct investigation involving RMTs

B. administer professional oath D. approve schools and trainings for MT education

_____158. A refresher course shall be required of an examinee who shall have failed the licensure examination for –

A. 2 x B. 3x C. 4x D.nth x

_____159. Effective accounting system provide information – 1. for planning and controlling of current operations

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2. for special decision and long-term plan

3. for external reporting to stockholders, govt and other parties CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1, and 3 D. 1, 2, and 3 _____160. In a hospital set- up, which of these is a profit-center ?

A. laboratories B. pharmacy C. OPD D. nursing wards

_____161. Which is a feature of fixed cost ?

A. not directly affected by test volume C. may be counted as overhead expense

B. usually supportive in nature D. dependent on workload and volume

_____162. Which of the motivational theories supports the belief that the perceived expectancy from the effort will actually be realized.

A. McClelland’s achievement motivation C. Vroom’s expectancy B. Adam’s equity D. Skinner’s reinforcement _____163. Job description for an employee among other items also include:

1. baseline for the performance tasks 2. employee’s interactions with people

3. how the position integrate into the entire organization 4. working condition

CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 an 4 C. 1, 2, and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____164. Agency which is responsible for licensing and accreditation of the laboratory :

A. BFAD B. BRL C. BHFS D. NRL

_____165. Criterion- reference examinations are used in order to determine : A. competency of an examinee according to a predetermined standard B. validity of a test

C. status of one examinee compared to the whole group D. accuracy of an examination

_____166. Mc Gregor’s X and Y theory advocates : A. equal pay for equal work

B. a pyramid of attainable goals for satisfaction at work

C. respect for the worker and acknowledgement of his/ her ability to perform a task

D. collective bargaining

_____167. The four essential functions of a manager are:

A. staffing, decision- making, cost analysis, evaluating B. directing, leading, forecasting, implementing

C. planning, organizing, directing, controlling

D. innovating, designing, coordinating, problem- solving

_____168. Which of the following accounts for the largest portion of the direct cost of a laboratory ?

A. reagents B. general supplies C. technologist labor D. instrument depreciation

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_____169. Which order of events should be followed at the conclusion of lab worker’s shift in order to prevent spread of bloodborne pathogens ? A. remove gloves, disinfect area, wash hands, remove lab coat

B. disinfect area, remove gloves, remove lab coat, wash hands C. disinfect area, remove gloves, wash hands, remove coat D. remove gloves, wash hands, remove lab coat, disinfect area

______170. Records of a patient’s test results may not be released without consent to anyone outside the clin lab except to the :

A. family of the patient C. HMO

B. physician who ordered the test D. employer of patient

______171. A new employee’s performance is to be evaluated at the end of his/ her probationary period, and must relate to :

A. person’s job description C. verbal instruction given B. wage and salary policies D. recruitment practices _____172. The Chairman and members of the Board shall hold office for:

A. 1 year B. 2 years C. 3 years D. 5 years

_____173. The Chairman and members of the Board must be in the practice of medical technology or laboratory medicine for a least:

A. 5 years B. 10 years C. 15 years D. 20 years

_____174. The Chairman and members of the Board must not be a member of any medical technology school for at least_______ prior to appointment.

A. One year B. two years C. 3 years D. 5 years _____175. What agency is tasked to conduct specialty examination for medical technologists?

A. PASMETH B. PAMET C. PRC D. CHEd

_____176. In the practice of medical technology, registration is not required for:

1. Licensed physician 3. Medtechs in USAir Force

2. Medtech from other countries4. Laboratory Technician

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____177. The government agency that approves laboratory for accreditation

as training laboratories for medical technology students is:

A. CHEd B. DOH C. PRC D. NRL

_____178. In the Code of Ethics, a medical technologist can accept a second job only when there is:

A. No conflict of interest C. No contract allowed

B. Approval of employers D. Available time

_____179. An examinee who failed to obtain a passing grade may be certified as a medical laboratory technician if the rating obtained is:

A. 65% or less C. 70% or better

B. On the discretion of the Board D. on the discretion of PRC _____180. The Chairman of the PRC holds the following position in the

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A. Secretary C. Vice Chairman

B. Chairman D. Treasurer

_____181. The certificate of registration issued to a professional who passed the board examination is signed by:

A. Board chairman and members B. PRC chairman and Board members

C. Board chairman and members and PRC Chairman D. PRC chairman and Board chairman

_____182. The official from the PRC that announces the examinees who passed the Board Examination in a profession is the:

A. Secretary of the commissioner C. Chairman of the Board

B. Associate Commissioner D. Chairman of PRC _____183. All information acquired by the medical technologist in his/her

work is strictly confidential and can be divulged only to the:

A. Clinical supervisor C. attending physician

B. Laboratory intern D. patient’s relative

_____184. Drs. Baron Karl Humboldt, William Welch, Burden Sunderson, William Occam had something in common; which of the ff is it ?

A. brought the practice of laboratory medicine to the Phil.

B. used laboratory investigations / findings to establish diagnosis of disease

C. first practiced laboratory medicine in America D. bacteriologists

_____185. The Father of PAMET:

A. Crisanto G Almario C. Nardito Moraleta B. Charlemagene Tamondong D. Felix B. Asprer _____186. The PAMET has been existent for __ years:

A. 50 B. 35 C. 43 D. 26

_____187. Which of these is NOT expected to be seen in a secondary clin. laboratory ?

A. biosafety cabinet c. spectrophotometer B. hematocrit centrifuge D. clinical sterilizer

_____188. Which of these is NOT performed in a secondary category of a clinical laboratory ?

A. blood typing C. analysis of toxic drugs and elements B. glucose, cholesterol, urea tests D. CBC, urinalysis, fecalysis

_____189. A registered med lab technician can

perform-A. histopath and cytotechniques C. specimen

collection and processing B. preparation of reagents for use in the laboratory D. quality control

______190. The med tech course requires an internship in an accredited clin lab for a period

A. 6 months B. a semester C. 2 semesters D. 12 months

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______191. The President of the Philippines____ the Board of Medical Technology

1. recommends 2. appoints 3. removes from the position4. (is) the Executive Officer

CHOICES: A. 1 and 2 B. 2 and 3 C. only 4 D. 1, 2 and 3

_____192. The roles of the pathologist in the practice of medical technology / laboratory medicine:

A. chairman of the Board of MT C. head of the clinical laboratory B. both A and C D. neither of these

_____193. In areas where there are no pathologists, the lab may be headed by a physician who has undergone training in laboratory

management for at least

A. 3 months B. 1 month C. 6 months D. 12 months

_____194. Ms. Marian Tantingco was appointed to the Board of MT; which of the ff qualified her for the position?

A. ASCP certified*

B. have been in clinical practice as med technologist for more than 20 years

C. had experience as a member of the faculty of UST in medical technology

D. an active member of the PAMET

_____195. Classify the category of clinical laboratory of the Pangasinan Medical Center:

1. hospital-based 2. non-hospital based a. primary b. secondary c. tertiary

CHOICES: A. 1c B. 2a C. 2b D. 1c

_____196. The laboratory requests are construed as consultations between-A. pathologist and the patient C. pathologist and attending physician

B. attending physician and patient D. pathologist and medical technologist

_____197. It is NOT a function of the Technical Committee for MT Education: A. approve schools of medical technology

B. recommend refresher course for the licensure exam C. approve the curriculum for med technology

D. regulate the practice of medical technology

_____198. What are evaluated or checked by the representatives of the DOH during inspection of the laboratory:

1. premises and facilities 2. pertinent records

3. quality assurance program implementation 4. validity of licenses

CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2 3 and 4 _____199. The laboratory fees/ charges for tests done in the laboratory

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includes-1. cost of reagent 2. cost of quality control 3. cost of testing 4. professional fees of physician for special procedures

CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____200. The members of the Board are recommended for appointment to the Office of the Pres.of the Phil by

A. PAMET B. PSP C. PRC D. PASMETH _____201. Who shall be allowed to engage in the practice of medical technology ?

1. one who has passed the licensure examination for med tech 2. one who holds a current and valid license

3. one who is physically and mentally healthy

4. one who has trained in methods of laboratory medicine

CHOICES: A. only 1 B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____202. Which of these is NOT included in the field of study of Clinical Pathology ?

A. Forensic pathology C. Toxicology and therapeutic drug monitoring B. Immunology- Serology D. Microbiology

_____203. A school, college or university is recognized to offer the BS Medical Technology program by

A. CHED C. Technical Committee for MT Education B. PRC and CHED D. DOH and CHED

_____204. The clinical laboratory shall ensure adequate and appropriate safety provisions for

1. lab personnel 2. clientele 3. work environment

CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1 and 3 D. 1, 2 and 3

_____205. _____206.

_____207. The penalty for revocation of license of the medical technologist is implemented only when there

is-A. the vote of the PRC chair C. 3/3 votes of the members of BMT

B. 3 members of BMT and the PRC chair D. 2/3 votes of the members of BMT

_____208. Which of the following should be informed in writing to the DOH about the clinical laboratory :

A. new head of the clin lab C. additional med technologist

B. purchase of new equipment D. additional new test

_____209. A separate license aside from the clinical lab license, is required for the

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1. blood bank 2. performance of HIV testing

3. performance of dangerous/ abused drugs 4. clinical research lab CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4

_____210.

_____211. To ensure safety and avoid risks to health, the laboratory should provide for adequate and efficient

A. waste management C. personal protective equipment B. program for safety D. all of these

_____212. Defined practice of med technology includes the following, EXCEPT?

A. examination of body fluids and tissues by various methods B. blood banking procedures

C. clinical research

D. teaching in the AHSE curriculum _____213.

_____214. The certificate of registration is refused to be issued to one who

has-A. failed the licensure examination C. incurable disease B. TB D. schizophrenia

_____215. The clinical laboratory shall be accredited for training of med tech interns

A. DOH B. PRC C. CHED D. Tech Committee for MT Education

_____216. To be seen / displayed in a conspicuous place in the laboratory are the following:

1. license to operate

2. license to perform special tests (e.g. HIV)

3. certificates of registration of med techs/ med lab techns 4. Board of Pathology certification of the pathologist

CHOICES: A. 1 and 2 B. 1 and 3 C. 1,2 and 3 D. 1,2,3 and 4

_____217. The appointment of the Board of MT for a term consists of A. 5 years B. 6 years C. 3 years D. 4 years

_____218. _____219.

_____220. Internal quality control program for the clinical laboratory includes the following:

1. use of quality control materials and QC charts 2. proper maintenance of equipment

3. provide appropriate and standard lab methods, reagents and supplies, and equipment

4. documented continuous competency and proficiency assessment of the lab staff

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CHOICES: A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 1, 2 and 3 D. 1, 2, 3 and 4 _____221. The Chair of the Technical Committee for Med Tech

Education:

A. President of PAMET C. Director of CHED’s Division on Programs and Standards

B. President of PASMETH D. A member of the Board of Med Tech _____222. The laboratory report (result) bears the signature (s) and name(s)

of-A. medical technologist B. pathologist C. both A and B D. either A or B

_____223. The practice of medical technology is defined in what section of RA5527?

A. Section 1 B. section 2 C. section 3 D. section 4

_____224. Section 7 of RA5527 contains:

A. Qualification of Examiners C. Composition of the Board

B. Functions of the Board D. Removal of the Board Members

_____225. Which of the following did not serve as President of PAMET?

A. Zenaida Cajucom C. Shirley Cruzada

B. Norma Chang D. Agnes Medenilla

_____226. Which of the following did not serve as President of PASMETH?

A. Norma Chang C. Nini Lim

B. Rodolfo Rabor D. Shirley Cruzada _____227. Which of the following parties does the manager represent?

A. Financial C. organizational

B. Computer D. technical

_____228. Management is the _______ of coordination and implementation of the mission, authority, resources and accountability.

A. Task B. Process C. Responsibility D. Job _____229. What is the first phase of the management process?

A. Setting objectives C. gathering feedback

B. Directing D. Planning

_____230. What phase of management process does the manager together the necessary resources and people and develop an organizational structure to put the formal plan into action?

A. Directing C. Organizing

B. Planning D. Controlling

_____231. What phase of management process involves the day-to-day tasks of running the laboratory according to the management plan?

A. Directing C. Organizing

B. Planning D. Controlling

_____232. Which management function is responsible for monitoring the standards and feedback mechanisms set in place when objectives were established during the planning stage?

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B. Planning D. Controlling

_____233. This applies to the branch of management that focuses on the directing of a group of people toward a designated goal.

A. Motivation C. Behavioral modification

B. Leadership D. Attitude

_____234. This applies to the branch of management that deals with what makes individuals act the way they do.

A. Motivation C. Behavioral modification

B. Leadership D. Attitude

_____235. Which manager will be participatory in their leadership style?

A. Theory X managers B. Theory Y managers _____236. Which management function is leadership considered the fulfillment of?

A. Planning C. Directing

B. Organizing D. Controlling

_____237. To qualify for the licensure examination, one has to have

completed the BSMT course. What is the proof of completion of the required course?

A. Board rating C. Internship Grades

B. Official Transcript of Records D. Grade Evaluation form _____238. Taking the ___ administered by the Board of MT, the new med

tech is formally ushered/ admitted into the practice of the profession.

A. board B. oath C. license D. certificate of registration

_____239. The Clinical Laboratory Law is Republic Act No. ___. A. AO59 B. RA4688 C. RA5527 D. RA1517 _____240. The Blood bank law is:

A. AO59 B. RA4688 C. RA5527 D. RA1517

_____241. What Administrative order of DOH repealed AO118B s1992? A. AO59 B. AO 0011 s.2007 C. EO119 D. AO48 s2003

_____242. The classification of the clinical laboratories based on institutional character is contained in the:

A. AO59 B. AO 0011 s.2007 C. EO119 D. AO48 s2003

_____243. The license of the clin lab is issued by ___( agency under the DOH ):

A. BHFS B. RITM C. NRL D. BRL _____244. The required space for a primary clin laboratory should at least

be ___ sq. meters.

A. 10 B. 20 C. 30 D. 60

_____244. The required space for a secondary clin laboratory should at least be ___ sq. meters.

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_____244. The required space for a tertiary clin laboratory should at least be ___ sq. meters.

A. 10 B. 20 C. 30 D. 60

_____245. Refers to a program in the laboratory to provide updating and enhancement of skills and competence to the staff.

A. Professional devt C. monitoring and evaluation B. performance analysis D. quality indicator _____246. The Medical Technology Week is celebrated every ___wk of ___(month).

A. first, sept C. third, sept

B. second, sept D. fourth, sept

_____247. The certificate of registration is issued only to a successful examinee upon the age of ___.

A. 18 B. 21 C. 22 D. 20

_____248. It is a registry of all medical technologists in the Phil. who were given certificates of registration.

A. Board Registered Record C. Certified Med Tech Record B. Roster of Medical Technologists D. Medical Technology Registry _____249. _____250. _____251. _____253. _____254. _____255. _____256. _____257. _____258. _____259. _____260.

_____261. To qualify as member of the Board of Med Tech, one must have practiced the profession for not less than –

A. 5 years B. 8 years C. 10 years D. 15 years _____262. A school of medical technology is granted permit and recognition

by-A. Technical Committee for MT Education B. CHED C. PRC D. PRC and CHED

_____263. _____264.

_____265. Which of these is NOT an illegal practice of med technology:

A. part time teaching in a college of MT while engaged in fulltime work as med tech in a hosp

B. placing RMT at the end of one’s name when registered as med lab technician

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C. using a suspended license

D. working in a lab which is not headed by a pathologist

_____266. A license is revoked when the vote(s) by the members of the Board of Medical Technology consist(s) of :

A. 1 out of 3 B. 2 out of 3 C. 3 out of 3 D. 4 out of 4

267- 274: use choices in the right column

____267. Revised R and R governing the collection, processing and A. R.A. 1517

provision of human blood and the establishment B. A.O. 59 s 2001

and operation of blood banks. C. R.A. 8981

____268. National services act of 1994. D. A.O. 57 s 1989

____269. R and R governing the establishment, operation E. R.A. 7719

and maintenance of clinical laboratories in the F. R.A. 4688

Philippines. G. A.O. 55 s. 1989

____270. R and R governing the accreditation of laboratories H. E.O. 102 s. 1999

performing HIV testing.

____271. PRC Modernization Act of 2000 ____272. Clinical Laboratory Law

____273. Blood Bank Law

____274. Redirecting the Functions and Operations of the DOH

_____275. Which of the following is not a service capability of a Blood Collection Unit:

A. Issuance of whole blood C. Distribution of whole blood

B. Transport of whole blood D. none of these

_____276. Which of the following service capabilities differentiates a Category A non-hospital based from a Category A hospital-based blood bank?

A. Recruitment of voluntary blood donors C. blood collection

B. Health education and counseling D. compatibility testing

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______276. Which of the following service capabilities differentiates a Category B non-hospital based from a Category B hospital-based blood bank?

A. Recruitment of voluntary blood donors C. blood collection

B. Health education and counseling D. compatibility testing

_______277. Which of the following service capabilities differentiates a Category A hospital based from a Category B hospital-based blood bank?

A. Recruitment of voluntary blood donors C. resolution of incompatibilities

B. Health education and counseling D. compatibility testing

______278. Which of the following service capabilities differentiates a Category A non-hospital based from a Category B non-hospital-based blood bank?

A. Recruitment of voluntary blood donors C. storage of blood products

B. Provision of whole blood D. distribution of all blood products

______279. The head of a blood bank must be a licensed physician with at least _____ months of training in blood banking services.

A. 3 B. 6 C. 9 D. 12

______280. The medical technologist in a blood bank must be licensed with ____ months of job experience in blood bank services.

A. 3 B. 6 C. 9 D. 12

______281. The combination of activities necessary for every blood service facility to ensure quality blood products and quality blood services for their patients, donors, fellow employees, hospitals, doctors, the community, and the regulatory agencies.

A. Continuous Quality Improvement C. Quality Assurance

B. Quality Control D. Proficiency Testing _____282. This is an external evaluation of performance by the use of unknown test samples.

A. Continuous Quality Improvement C. Quality Assurance

B. Quality Control D. Proficiency Testing _____283. A blood service facility with capability to recruit and screen blood

donors, collect, process, store, transport and issue blood for transfusion and provide information and/or education on blood transmissible diseases.

A. Blood Bank C. Blood Bag

B. Blood Center D. A and B are correct

_____284. A method which documents the performance abilities of the personnel performing the various tasks within the blood service facility.

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A. Competency assessment C. Internal quality assessment

B. External quality assessment D. Standard operating procedure

_____285. The enumeration of steps in a procedure. A set of documents or detailed protocols of procedures performed within the laboratory/blood bank which should be compiled in a manual.

A. Competency assessment C. Internal quality assessment

B. External quality assessment D. Standard operating procedure

_____286. This is the assessment of performance done by the staff within the Blood Station Facility.

A. Competency assessment C. Internal quality assessment

B. External quality assessment D. Standard operating procedure

_____287. This is the sequestration of materials and blood products, whether physically or by a system, while awaiting a decision on their suitability for further processing or use.

A. Validation C. External control

B. Quarantine D. Decontamination

_____288. A procedure that shows that a piece of equipment or process does what it is supposed to do. It assures that a process will consistently produce a product according to requirements.

A. Validation C. External control

B. Quarantine D. Decontamination

_____289. This refers to an agreement to testing which is obtained after informing the blood donors of processes involved in blood donation, including testing and reporting of positive test results.

A. Competent C. Quality

B. Informed consent D. Validation

_____290. Records that should be retained for indefinite period include:

1. Written consent 3. Status of deferral

2. Medical history 4. ABO and Rh types

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____291. Records that should be retained for 5 years in a BSF includes:

1. Technical manuals 3. Proficiency testing survey

2. ABO and Rh types 4. Biosafety manual

A. Only 1 and 3 are correct C. only 1, 2 and 3 are correct

B. Only 2 and 4 are correct D. 1,2,3 and 4 are correct _____292. Records of all laboratory screening tests on blood samples of

donors who are temporarily deferred should be retained:

A. Temporarily C. for 5 years

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_____293. Records of notification for transfusing facility of previous receipt of units from donors subsequently found positive for HIV should be retained:

A. Temporarily C. for 5 years

B. For 1 year D. indefinitely

_____294. Records of severe adverse reactions to donation or transfusion should be retained:

A. Temporarily C. for 5 years

B. For 1 year D. indefinitely

_____295. Records of voluntary blood donors who have been temporarily deferred for the protection of the potential recipient should be retained:

A. Temporarily C. for 5 years

B. For 1 year D. indefinitely

_____296. Records of storage and inspection of blood and blood components should be retained:

A. Temporarily C. for 5 years

B. For 1 year D. indefinitely

_____297. Records of Quality Control and Quality Assessment should be retained:

A. Temporarily C. for 5 years

B. For 1 year D. indefinitely

_____298. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY IS DEFINED BY _____________ AS THE APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL, PHYSICAL, AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES TO THE PERFORMANCE OF LABORATORY PROCEDURES WHICH AID IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES.

A. Fagelson B. Heinemann C. John Bernard Henry D. Davidson

_____299. He CONSIDERS MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY TO BE THAT BRANCH OF MEDICINE CONCERNED WITH THE PERFORMANCE OF THE LABORATORY DETERMINATIONS AND ANALYSES USED IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASE AND IN THE MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH.

A. Fagelson B. Heinemann C. John Bernard Henry D. Davidson

_____300. This is considered as the oldest laboratory procedure.

A. red blood cell count C. urinalysis

B. Hemoglobin assay D. autopsy

THE THREE MINUTE TEST

(only those with high IQ will finish this within 3 minutes) 1. Read everything before doing anything

2. Put your name in the upper right hand corner of the paper. 3. Circle the word “name” in the second sentence.

4. Draw five (5) small squares in the upper left hand corner of this paper. 5. Put an X in each square mentioned in number 4.

(33)

6. Put a circle around each square

7. Sign your name under the title of this page.

8. After the title, write “yes,yes,yes” 9. Put a circle around sentence number 7.

10. Put an X in the lower left hand corner of this page 11. Draw a triangle around the X you just made. 12. On the back of this page, multiply 70 x 30.

13.Loudy callyour first name when you get to this point in the test. 14. If you think you have carefully followed directions, called out “I have”. 15. On the reverse side of this paper, add 107 and 278.

16.Punch three small holes in your paper with your ballpen point here _____

17. If you are the first person to get this far, call out loudly “ I am the leader in following instructions”

18. Underline all even numbers on the left side of this page. 19. Count in your normal speaking voice from 1 to 10.

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