|Quiz Description: |
This quiz tests some of the basic concepts necessary to understand how the amounts of ions in clinical solutions, in the diet, and in laboratory values, are expressed. Concepts of moles, molecular weight, milliequivalents, and milliosmoles are developed with practical examples. Quiz author: Dr. Chris O'Callaghan. Posting date: August 19. 2001.
The quiz is multiple choice. Only one choice, A through D, is correct. Click on your choice and then press SUBMIT. Feedback about whether your answer is right (green) or wrong (red) will be displayed on the left. After you answer, put your mouse over the red or green question marks that will appear next to each choice for an explanation of why each of the choices was right or wrong.
Sorry, you cannot change your answer after you choose! Don't try to make additional choices once you have pressed SUBMIT. This will not change your score. After pushing SUBMIT, the feedback display works by mousing over the question marks, and not by marking additional answer choice buttons.
The percentage of questions answered correctly will appear at the end of the test.
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