Quiz : Cystic fibrosis at primary school
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Module 3 – Cystic fibrosis at primary school.
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Module 3: Cystic Fibrosis in Primary School.
At a primary school level, most students with CF will be able to: (select one)CorrectIncorrect
Why is it important for parents of students with CF to know if there is a class party in advance? (select one)CorrectIncorrect
For students with CF, what is a side effect of not taking enough enzymes? (select one)CorrectIncorrect
Choose the correct answer (select one)CorrectIncorrect
Children with CF should minimise their exposure to: (select one)CorrectIncorrect
Students with CF may require more calories compared to other students their age. (select one)CorrectIncorrect
For students with CF, which of the following emergency situations should you call an ambulance for? (select one)CorrectIncorrect
What are some ways to minimise the spreading of germs in the classroom? (select all those applicable)CorrectIncorrect
How can teachers help keep students with CF engaged during extended hospital visits? (select one)CorrectIncorrect