Supervised by: Dr. Abdul Aziz Al Othman
Presented by: Samar Al Dhmadi
$ 500,000
$ 250,000
$ 125,000
$ 64,000
$
32,000
$ 16,000
$ 8,000
$ 4,000
$ 2,000
$ 1,000
$ 500
$ 250
$ 100
 A.
 C.
 B.
 D.
$100
A. protein
C. trace mineral
B. major mineral
D. fat
Calcium is ?
A. protein B. major mineral
Calcium is ?
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Calcium is the most abundant mineral
in the body.
A. vegetables
C. milk and milk product
B. fruit
D. fish
What is the best source of calcium?
C. milk and milk product D. fish
What is the best source of calcium?
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Milk and milk product are the
best source of calcium
A. lactation
C. growth
B. pregnancy
D. child birth
Body needs calcium through life ,especially during
periods except?
C. growth D. child birth
Body needs calcium through life ,especially during
periods except?
Body needs calcium through life, males of all ages
have a higher intake of calcium than females
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Board
A. regulate the fluid
balance
C. build and maintain
bones and teeth
B. transmission of nerve
impulses
D. muscle contractio...
A. regulate the fluid
balance
D. muscle contraction
Calcium has a rule in the body except?
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Board
Calcium also important to the cell permeability
of cell membrane, activate certain enzymes, blood clotting
A. duodenum
C. pancreas
B. stomach
D. mouth
Calcium absorbed mainly in ?
A. duodenum C. stomach
Calcium absorbed mainly in ?
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Board
Calcium absorbed mainly in the duodenum in
an acidic medium
A. vitamin C amount
C. acidity of gastric juice
B. physiological state
D. Ca/P ratio
Factors that increase calcium absorpt...
A. vitamin C amount B. physiological state
Factors that increase calcium absorption except?
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Board
physiological state increase calcium absorption
A. hypotension
C. anemia
B. rickets
D. diabetes
Deficiency of calcium result in some clinical problems
one of them?
C. anemia
B. rickets
Deficiency of calcium result in some clinical problems
one of them?
Back to Bo
Rickets result to deficiency of Ca or vitamin
D or both during rapid growth phase in children
A. muscles
C. tendons
B. joints
D. bone
Clinical deficiency problems characterized by
abnormality
of Ca in structural ?
C. tendons D. bone
Clinical deficiency problems characterized by
abnormality
of Ca in structural ?
Back to Bo
99 % of calcium is stored in bones and teeth
A. diarrhea
C. bowing of the legs
B. asthma
D. vomiting
One of rickets signs is ?
A. diarrhea
C. bowing of the legs
One of rickets signs is ?
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Stunted growth, enlargement of the wrists and ankles,
hollow chest and bowing of the legs are rickets signs
A. paralysis
C. rickets
B. osteomalcia
D. muscle cramps
The condition in which the bones become
soft ?
A. paralysis B. osteomalcia
The condition in which the bones become
soft ?
Back to Bo
Osteomalcia the condition in which the bones become soft
It is called also adult rickets
A. liver damage
C. low intake of vitamin E
B. inadequate intake of
Ca during pregnancy
D. corn
Cause in osteomalcia ?
A. liver damage
B. inadequate intake of
Ca during pregnancy
Cause in osteomalcia ?
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Prolonged malabsorption, renal failure and inadequate intake
of Ca during pregnancy
A. rickets
C. scurvy
B. osteoporosis
D. beriberi
Low Ca intake over many years, impaired Ca
absorption,
Hormonal changes f...
A. rickets B. Osteoporosis
Low Ca intake over many years, impaired Ca
absorption,
Hormonal changes following menopause cau...
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Board
Osteoporosis is insufficiency in bon’s density and defect in
synthesis of osseous tissue
A. stoop in the vertebral
Columns
C. pain in the back
B. lead to strength of bones
D. loss of persons height
Which is not ...
B. pain in the back
C. lead to strength of bones
Which is not correct about osteoporosis?
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Board
Osteoporosis lead to fragile of bones and
facility breaking them
A. hyepercalcaemia
C. hypocalcaemia
B. hypokalaemia
D. hypotension
High intake of calcium and vitamin D as may occur in
ch...
A. hyepercalcaemia
D. hypotension
High intake of calcium and vitamin D as may occur in
children receiving supplements may ...
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Board
Hypercalcaemia high intake of calcium
elevated blood calcium level and vitamin D
Sorry, that is incorrect!
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Board
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  1. 1. Supervised by: Dr. Abdul Aziz Al Othman Presented by: Samar Al Dhmadi
  2. 2. $ 500,000 $ 250,000 $ 125,000 $ 64,000 $ 32,000 $ 16,000 $ 8,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 250 $ 100
  3. 3.  A.  C.  B.  D. $100
  4. 4. A. protein C. trace mineral B. major mineral D. fat Calcium is ?
  5. 5. A. protein B. major mineral Calcium is ?
  6. 6. Back to Bo Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body.
  7. 7. A. vegetables C. milk and milk product B. fruit D. fish What is the best source of calcium?
  8. 8. C. milk and milk product D. fish What is the best source of calcium?
  9. 9. Back to Bo Milk and milk product are the best source of calcium
  10. 10. A. lactation C. growth B. pregnancy D. child birth Body needs calcium through life ,especially during periods except?
  11. 11. C. growth D. child birth Body needs calcium through life ,especially during periods except?
  12. 12. Body needs calcium through life, males of all ages have a higher intake of calcium than females Back to Board
  13. 13. A. regulate the fluid balance C. build and maintain bones and teeth B. transmission of nerve impulses D. muscle contraction Calcium has a rule in the body except?
  14. 14. A. regulate the fluid balance D. muscle contraction Calcium has a rule in the body except?
  15. 15. Back to Board Calcium also important to the cell permeability of cell membrane, activate certain enzymes, blood clotting
  16. 16. A. duodenum C. pancreas B. stomach D. mouth Calcium absorbed mainly in ?
  17. 17. A. duodenum C. stomach Calcium absorbed mainly in ?
  18. 18. Back to Board Calcium absorbed mainly in the duodenum in an acidic medium
  19. 19. A. vitamin C amount C. acidity of gastric juice B. physiological state D. Ca/P ratio Factors that increase calcium absorption except?
  20. 20. A. vitamin C amount B. physiological state Factors that increase calcium absorption except?
  21. 21. Back to Board physiological state increase calcium absorption
  22. 22. A. hypotension C. anemia B. rickets D. diabetes Deficiency of calcium result in some clinical problems one of them?
  23. 23. C. anemia B. rickets Deficiency of calcium result in some clinical problems one of them?
  24. 24. Back to Bo Rickets result to deficiency of Ca or vitamin D or both during rapid growth phase in children
  25. 25. A. muscles C. tendons B. joints D. bone Clinical deficiency problems characterized by abnormality of Ca in structural ?
  26. 26. C. tendons D. bone Clinical deficiency problems characterized by abnormality of Ca in structural ?
  27. 27. Back to Bo 99 % of calcium is stored in bones and teeth
  28. 28. A. diarrhea C. bowing of the legs B. asthma D. vomiting One of rickets signs is ?
  29. 29. A. diarrhea C. bowing of the legs One of rickets signs is ?
  30. 30. Back to Bo Stunted growth, enlargement of the wrists and ankles, hollow chest and bowing of the legs are rickets signs
  31. 31. A. paralysis C. rickets B. osteomalcia D. muscle cramps The condition in which the bones become soft ?
  32. 32. A. paralysis B. osteomalcia The condition in which the bones become soft ?
  33. 33. Back to Bo Osteomalcia the condition in which the bones become soft It is called also adult rickets
  34. 34. A. liver damage C. low intake of vitamin E B. inadequate intake of Ca during pregnancy D. corn Cause in osteomalcia ?
  35. 35. A. liver damage B. inadequate intake of Ca during pregnancy Cause in osteomalcia ?
  36. 36. Back to Bo Prolonged malabsorption, renal failure and inadequate intake of Ca during pregnancy
  37. 37. A. rickets C. scurvy B. osteoporosis D. beriberi Low Ca intake over many years, impaired Ca absorption, Hormonal changes following menopause cause?
  38. 38. A. rickets B. Osteoporosis Low Ca intake over many years, impaired Ca absorption, Hormonal changes following menopause cause?
  39. 39. Back to Board Osteoporosis is insufficiency in bon’s density and defect in synthesis of osseous tissue
  40. 40. A. stoop in the vertebral Columns C. pain in the back B. lead to strength of bones D. loss of persons height Which is not correct about osteoporosis?
  41. 41. B. pain in the back C. lead to strength of bones Which is not correct about osteoporosis?
  42. 42. Back to Board Osteoporosis lead to fragile of bones and facility breaking them
  43. 43. A. hyepercalcaemia C. hypocalcaemia B. hypokalaemia D. hypotension High intake of calcium and vitamin D as may occur in children receiving supplements may lead to?
  44. 44. A. hyepercalcaemia D. hypotension High intake of calcium and vitamin D as may occur in children receiving supplements may lead to?
  45. 45. Back to Board Hypercalcaemia high intake of calcium elevated blood calcium level and vitamin D
  46. 46. Sorry, that is incorrect!
  47. 47. Back to Board
  48. 48. Back to Board
  49. 49. Back to Board
  50. 50. Ask a friend! Remove two answers Consult the module!
  51. 51. I hope you enjoyed playing.

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