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MLT230: Chapter 05: Establishment and Use of Reference Values

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Chapter 05: Establishment and Use of Reference Values MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Even if somewhat impractical, which one of the following preanalytical factors should be standardized when establishing a reference interval for an analyte? a. Location (building, city, etc.) in which the venipuncture is performed b. The method of specimen collection c. Reagents used in analyte analysis d. The specific method used for analysis 2. To determine the confidence intervals of percentiles of ranked data (da...

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MLT 230: Chapter 04: Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine

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MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Systematic reviews are used to assess and answer very specific clinical questions in an unbiased way. The most important of the steps in conducting a systematic review is the: a. formulation of the clinical question that will form the basis of the review. b. choosing of the reviewer who will perform the work. c. primary literature search and review. d. data extraction from the literature. 2. In reading a research article, you determine that the study design was flawed because ...

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MLT 230: Chapter 03: Clinical Evaluation of Methods

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MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. True negatives ÷ (false positives true negatives) is the formula for determining: a. sensitivity. b. specificity. c. the odds ratio. d. the likelihood ratio. 2. T he proportion of a population that has the particular disease being studied is referred to as the: a. prevalence. b. predictive value. c. positive value. d. clinical sensitivity. 3. What is the positive predictive value of a test in which 220 tested individuals with positive test results actually have the disease ...

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MLT 230: Chapter 02: Selection and Analytical Evaluation of Methods—With Statistical Techniques

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Chapter 02: Selection and Analytical Evaluation of Methods—With Statistical Techniques MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. A statistic is a: a. constant that describes some particular characteristic of a population. b. value calculated from the observations in a sample to describe a particular characteristic of that sample. c. complete set of all observations that might occur as a result of performing a particular procedure according to specified conditions. d. graphic device for displaying a large set of d...

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Chapter 01: Clinical Chemistry, Molecular Diagnostics, and Laboratory Medicine. All Answers

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Chapter 01: Clinical Chemistry, Molecular Diagnostics, and Laboratory Medicine MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. An individual working in a clinical chemistry laboratory is married to a sales representative who works for a company that sells chemistry laboratory supplies. When the laboratory manager requests a list of needed supplies, cost of supplies, and vendors, this individual only recommends the spouse’s company as the vendor. This is considered to be a(n): a. accounting issue. b. possible conflict o...

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PSYC101 Final Exam 1, Exam 2, Exam 3 and Exam 4. All Graded A

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To do list: • Write your exam version on your Scantron above your name. • Bubble-in your name on the Scantron. • Mark your answers using the Scantron provided. • Once you have complet ed the exam, bring your exam and Scantron to the front of the class. The final exam is worth a total of 100 points and is made up of 90 multiple-choice questions. Exam 1 1. A leading humanistic thinker who introduced a major theory of motivation with a goal of self-actualization was ____. a. Abraham Maslow ...

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PSYC101 Final Exam 1, Exam 2, Exam 3 and Exam 4. All Graded A

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PSYC101 Final Exam 1, Exam 2, Exam 3 and Exam 4 Name (required): __________________________ Student ID: _______________________________ To do list: • Write your exam version on your Scantron above your name. • Bubble-in your name on the Scantron. • Mark your answers using the Scantron provided. • Once you have completed the exam, bring your exam and Scantron to the front of the class. The final exam is worth a total of 100 points and is made up of 90 multiple-choice questions. ...

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DAAE2011 Intro to Visual Communication Design (Online) Quiz 3: Gestalt Principles

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Which of the following best describe Gestalt principles? Group of answer choices Theories of visual perception that can be used to group elements, guide designs and create visual hierarchy. B randing guidelines that dictate whether a design should use serif or sans-serif fonts. A form of user-centered design that relies on field interviews and the creation of personas. Theories of colour perception that ensure that design elements are legible for all users, including those that have a deficiency...

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DAAE2011 Intro to Visual Communication Design (Online) Quiz 3: Gestalt Principles. Graded 10/10

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DAAE2011 Intro to Visual Communication Design (Online) Quiz 3: Gestalt Principles Which of the following best describe Gestalt principles? Group of answer choices Theories of visual perception that can be used to group elements, guide designs and create visual hierarchy. Branding guidelines that dictate whether a design should use serif or sans-serif fonts. A form of user-centered design that relies on field interviews and the creation of personas. Theories of colour perception that ens...

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