Engineering Questions with Answers - Multiple Choice Questions
Separation Processes MCQ’s – Dialysis
1 - Question
What does haemodialysis removes other than harmful wastes?
Explanation: Hemodialysis uses a machine to clean and filter your blood. The procedure also helps control blood pressure. And it helps your body keep the proper balance of chemicals like potassium, sodium, calcium, and bicarbonate, the NIDDK says.
2 - Question
Which part acts as a kidney in dialysis?
Explanation: A dialyzer acts as a kidney in dialysis which purifies the blood.
3 - Question
How many times a week dialysis must be done?
a) Every day
b) Once a week
c) Twice a day
d) Thrice a week
Explanation: Dialysis is carried out thrice a week and it lasts for three hours.
4 - Question
Where is haemodialysis carried out?
c) Both dialysis centre and hospital
d) Dialysis centre
Explanation: Hemodialysis cannot be carried out at home.
5 - Question
What can be a side effect of haemodialysis?
d) All of the mentioned
Explanation: Cramps, weakness and nausea are a side effect of hemodialysis.
6 - Question
Which mineral must be consumed limitedly for a person undergoing dialysis?
Explanation: Potassium levels can rise during dialysis treatment.Hence the intake of this mineral must be limited
7 - Question
Which of the following is a problem of peritoneal dialysis?
b) Abdominal infection
d) Respiration problems
Explanation: If the catheter entering the body becomes infectious, then it can cause abdominal infection.
8 - Question
What is the difference between diet for peritoneal dialysis and haemodialysis?
a) More calories
b) More proteins
c) More calcium
d) More carbohydrates
Explanation: The diet for peritoneal dialysis requires more proteins.
9 - Question
What is the correct definition for dialysis?
a) Pumping of heart is enhanced
b) Liver enzymes are replaced
c) Waste materials are removed
d) Stomach is implanted
Explanation: When there is a failure of kidneys, dialysis is done where it removes waste from the body.
10 - Question
According to kidney dialysis, the space around the gut is called as:
a) Peritoneal cavity
b) Abdominal cavity
c) Vertebral cavity
d) Renal cavity
Explanation: The space around the gut is called peritoneal cavity.