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LAB TECHNICIAN MOST IMPORTANT MCQS

LAB TECHNICIAN MOST IMPORTANT MCQS 
BY - SHAILESH GUPTA MEDICAL LAB TECHNOLOGIST
WORK- GOVT-HOSPITAL - CHHATTISGARH
NOTE -  CORRECT ANSWER IS DIFFTRENT COLOURS



Q.1   OSCE Means:
Ans 1. Objective structured Clinical Examination
2. Observation structured Clinical Examination
3. Objective subjective Clinical Examination
4. Observation subject Clinical Examination
Q.2    7.0 is the normal pH of the:
Ans 1. Fluid within a typical cell
2. Urine
3. Blood in the renal artery
4. Blood in the testicular vein
Q.3 The visceral pleura is:
Ans 1. The thinnest portion of the peritoneum
2. The membrane lining surface of the lungs
3. The fluid around the lungs
4. The membrane lining the wall of the thoracic cavity
Q.4 Calorie intake of 1 year old child:
Ans 1. 800 Kcal/day
2. 1500 Kcal/day
3. 1000 Kcal/day
4. 1200 Kcal/day
Q.5 Lactated Ringer's solution is contraindicated in:
Ans 1. Lactic acidosis
2. Fluid lost as bile or diarrhea
3. Hypovolemia
4. Burns
Q.6 Acid medium of vaginal maintained by:
Ans 1. E-coli
2. Doderleins bacilli
3. Trichomonas vaginalis
4. Staphylococci
Q.7  An acid-fast bacillus which is pathogenic:
Ans 1. Coryne bacterium diphtheria
2. Mycobacterium leprae
3. Salmonella typhi
4. Bascillus pertusis
Q.8  Intrinsic factor of castle is secreted by:
Ans 1. B Cells
2. Chief cells
3. Mucus cells
4. Parietal cells
Q.9  What is the full form of ACTH?
Ans 1. Acetylcholine
2. Angiotensin converting hormone
3. Angiotensin converting enzyme
4. Adreno cortico Tropic hormone
Q.43 One function of parasympathetic nervous system is:
Ans 1. Constriction of pupil.
2. Acceleration of heart beat
3. Stimulating of sweat gland
4. Contraction of hair muscles
Q11  The best and safest method of sterilization is:
Ans 1. Immersion in chemical germicide
2. Flaming
3. Autoclaving
4. Boiling for 30 minutes
Q.12  Hygiene factors and motivational factors are key concepts in:
Ans 1. Maslow's hierarchy of needs
2. Herzberg's two factor theory
3. Goal setting theory
4. Expectancy theory
Q.13  Ketone bodies are found in urine of patients with uncontrolled diabetes due to:
Ans 1. Decomposition of excess sugar in blood
2. Impaired kidney function
3. Increased metabolism of fat
4. Increased metabolism of protein
Q.14   Which of the following is a differentiating test between mucus and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
from a nasal discharge:
Ans 1. Glucose
2. Protein
3. Microorganism
4. Specific gravity
Q.15   Hygiene factors and motivational factors are key concepts in:
Ans 1. Maslow's hierarchy of needs
2. Herzberg's two factor theory
3. Goal setting theory
4. Expectancy theory
Q.16   An acid-fast bacillus which is pathogenic:
Ans 1. Coryne bacterium diphtheria
2. Mycobacterium leprae
3. Salmonella typhi
4. Bascillus pertusis
Q.17   Acid medium of vaginal maintained by:
Ans 1. E-coli
2. Doderleins bacilli
3. Trichomonas vaginalis
4. Staphylococci
Q 18  Rorschach Inkblot test, Thematic apperception test are
based on the phenomenon of:
Ans 1. Identification
2. Projection
3. Observation
4. Transference
Q.19 Calorie intake of 1 year old child:
Ans 1. 800 Kcal/day
2. 1500 Kcal/day
3. 1000 Kcal/day
4. 1200 Kcal/day
Q.20   Inadequate intake by the pregnant woman of which vitamin can cause neural tube detect?
Ans 1. Riboflavin
2. Niacin
3. Thiamine
4. Folic acid
Q.21   Disposal of expired and cytotoxic drugs is by:
Ans 1. Separate landfill disposal
2. Municipal waste
3. Chemical treatment
4. Autoclaving

Q. 22 The Fifth Vital sign is
पाँचवां वाइटल साइन (Fifth Vital sign) हैः
(A) SaO2
 (B) Pain
(C) ABG analysis)
 (D) Mean arterial pressure

Q. 23 - The innermost layer of the heart is called:
 (A) Pericardium
 (B) Myocardium
 (C) Visceral pericardium
 (D) Endocardium

Q 24 -Which cells are that takes part in innate immunity by killing virus-infected cells?
 (A) Neutrophils
 (B) T-cells
 (C) Macrophages
 (D) NK-cells

Q. 25 - Leprosy is also called as
 (A) Darier’s disease
 (B) Scabies
 (C) Hansen’s disease
 (D) Psoriasis

Q.26 Sperms are produced by the process of
 (A) Gestational
 (B) Oogenesis
 (C) Spermatogenesis
 (D) Ovulation

Q 27 - The normal human body temperature is maintained by
 (A) Fiber
 (B) Carbohydrates
 (C) Fat
 (D) Protein

Q 28 - Which of the following is transmitted by rodents?
 (A) Norwalk virus
 (B) Hepatitis-A virus
 (C) Polio virus
 (D) Ebola virus

Q29 - The sterilization of glasswares is done through
 (A) Disinfection
 (B) Dry heat
 (C) Moist heat
 (D) Fumigation

Q30- The most common hospital acquired infection is
 (A) Respiratory (Chosen option)
 (B) Digestive system
 (C) Bladder
 (D) Kidney

Q 31 -Which among the following do the phagocytic action?
 (A) Neutrophils
 (B) Eosinophils
 (C) Polymorphs
 (D) Basophils

Q31 - Which of the following is an air-borne disease?
(A) Cholera
(B) Hepatitis A
 (C) Typhoid
 (D) Measles

Q 33- Cerebrospinal fluid is secreted by
 (A) Spinal cord
 (B) Cerebellum
 (C) Choroid plexus
 (D) Cerebrum

Q 34- Increased glucose tolerance is seen in
 (A) Hypopituitarism
 (B) Hyperinsulinism
 (C) Hypothyroidism
 (D) All of the above

Q35 - . Which of the following blood group is
considered a universal donor ?
(A) A
(C) AB
(B) B
(D) 0

Q 36 - Which vitamin is essential for Calcium Absorption?
(A)     Vitamin D
 (B) Vitamin A
 (C) Vitamin K
 (D) Vitamin B12

Q 37 - What is the main source of energy ?
 (A) Vitamins
 (B) Iron
 (C) Water
 (D) Fats

Q 38 - Night blindness is caused by the deficiency of ____________
 (A) Zinc
 (B) Vitamin K
 (C) Vitamin A
 (D) Folic Acids

Q 39 - Which is known as the sunshine vitamin?
 (A) Vitamin D
 (B) Vitamin K
 (C) Vitamin A
 (D) Vitamin C
        
Q 40 - Which of the following is NOT an arthropod-borne disease?
 (A) Hookworm (Chosen option)
 (B) Malaria
 (C) Plague
 (D) Filaria

Q 41 - Which one of the following diseases is caused by culex mosquitos?
 (A) Malaria
 (B) Cholera
 (C) Plague (Chosen option)
 (D) Filaria

Q 42- Malaria is a ________ disease caused by mosquito bite
(A) Protozoal
 (B) Bacterial ()
 (C) Viral
 (D) Worms

Q 44 Dengue syndrome is a/an ________ kind of infection
 (A) Respiratory)
 (B) Intestinal
 (C) Arthropod-borne
 (D) None of the above

Q 45 - Some diseases last for only very short period are called __________ diseases
Alt 1 : chronic
Alt 2 : acute
Alt 3 : endemic
Alt 4 : epidemic

Q 46 - 32. Name the anticoagulant present in the tube shown in the image:

Alt 1 : Sodium citrate
Alt 2 : EDTA
Alt 3 : Sodium fluoride
Alt 4 : Heparins
Correct Alternative :- 1

Q 47 - 34. The arrow mark point to which part of the analyser as shown in the image?

Alt 1 : Switch plate
Alt 2 : Display
Alt 3 : Printer
Alt 4 : The probe in which the sample is introduced
Correct Alternative :- 4

Q.48 . Name the part marked by the arrow as shown in the image.

Alt 1 : Reagent tray
Alt 2 : Sample probe
Alt 3 : Cuvette
Alt 4 : Reaction tube
Correct Alternative :- 2

Q.49 - Which sample is NOT suitable for electrolyte analysis?
Alt 1 :Hemolysed sample
Alt 2 : Serum sample
Alt 3 : Whole blood with heparin
Alt 4 : Arterial blood
Correct Alternative :- 1

Q.50 -. Identify the instrument shown in the image.

Alt 1 : Glucometer
Alt 2 : ELISA reader
Alt 3 : Semi auto analyser
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 2


Q51 -. Which is the best choice of automatic analysers?
Alt 1 : Continuous flow analyser
Alt 2 : Random access analyser
Alt 3 : Semi-auto analyser
Alt 4 : Batch analyser
Correct Alternative :- 2

52. Microscopic examination of urine is done to find out:
Alt 1 : RBCs
Alt 2 : Pus cells
Alt 3 : Casts
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 4
53. Sample used for platelet counting is
Alt 1 : Serum
Alt 2 : Plasma
Alt 3 : Citrated blood
Alt 4 : EDTA blood
Correct Alternative :- 3,4
This Question  “Multiple answer ”.
54. Abnormal proliferation of hematopoietic cells is called
Alt 1 : Pancytopenia
Alt 2 :Leukemia
Alt 3 :Anemia
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 2
55. The acid hematin method of estimation of hemoglobin is also known as the:
Alt 1 : Colorimetric method
Alt 2 : Automated method
Alt 3 :Sahli's method
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
56. Normal level of total protein present in cerebrospinal fluid is
Alt 1 : 25 to 80 mg/dL
Alt 2 : 15 to 60 mg /dL
Alt 3 : 100 to 120mg/dL
Alt 4 : 90 to 110mg/dL
Correct Alternative :- 2
57. Which one of the following is the parent cell of platelets?
Alt 1 : Granulocytes
Alt 2 :Lymphoblasts
Alt 3 : Megakaryocytes
Alt 4 : Erythroblast
Correct Alternative :- 3
58. Normal level of MCH (mean corpuscular hemoglobin) is
Alt 1 : 59.5 ± 205pg per cell
Alt 2 : 39.5 ± 2.5pg per cell
Alt 3 : 79.5 ± 2.5pg per cell
Alt 4 : 29.5 ± 2.5pg per cell
Correct Alternative :- 4
59. Finger prick is used to determine
Alt 1 : Bleeding time
Alt 2 :Prothrombin time
Alt 3 :aPTT
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 1
60. Rh typing is based on the D-antigen present in:
Alt 1 : Platelets
Alt 2 : RBC
Alt 3 : Lymphocytes
Alt 4 :Eosinophils
Correct Alternative :- 2
61. Which of the following personnel work for a blood bank?
Alt 1 : Medical officer
Alt 2 : Technician
Alt 3 : Nurse
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 4
62. Which one of the following does not include in blood bank registers?
Alt 1 : Donor register
Alt 2 : Stock register
Alt 3 : Male and female register
Alt 4 : Issue register
Correct Alternative :- 3
63. Which one of the following does not include criteria for blood donors?
Alt 1 : Age between 18 to 50 years
Alt 2 : HB more than 12.5%
Alt 3 : Monthly blood donation allowed
Alt 4 : Weight more than 45 kg
Correct Alternative :- 3
64. ESR equipment is known as:
Alt 1 :Sahli's tube
Alt 2 : Centrifuge
Alt 3 :Vacutainer
Alt 4 :Westegren's tube
Correct Alternative :- 4
. 65. Name the graph shown in the image:

Alt 1 :Levey-Jennings chart
Alt 2 : Accuracy chart
Alt 3 : Precision chart
Alt 4 : Standardisation chart
Correct Alternative :- 4
66. The method used to measure the rate of a reaction is ________
Alt 1 : Principle method
Alt 2 : End point method
Alt 3 : Kinetic method
Alt 4 :Immuno method
Correct Alternative :- 3
67. In which of the following staining method, only methylene blue or carbolfuchsin is used?
Alt 1 :Supravital stain
Alt 2 : Simple staining
Alt 3 :Leishman staining
Alt 4 : PAS stain
Correct Alternative :- 2
68. The amount of anticoagulant in a CPD-A 300 ml blood collection bag is:
Alt 1 : 25 ml
Alt 2 : 35 ml
Alt 3 : 42 ml
Alt 4 : 45ml
.Correct Alternative :- 3
69. The Maximum Permissible Dose for the whole body for radiation workers is:
Alt 1 : 10 mRem/year
Alt 2 : 8 mRem/year
Alt 3 : 5 mRem/year
Alt 4 : 15 mRem/year
Correct Alternative :- 3
70. The plasma membrane of muscle cells is known as the:
Alt 1 : Pericardium
Alt 2 : Pleural membrane
Alt 3 : Sarcolemma
Alt 4 : Diaphragm
Correct Alternative :- 3
71. Cerebrospinal fluid flows through the:
Alt 1 : Sub dural space
Alt 2 :Pia mater
Alt 3 : Sub arachnoid space
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
72. Hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary does not include ____________
Alt 1 : Thyroid stimulating hormone
Alt 2 :Parathormone
Alt 3 :Adrenocortico tropic releasing hormone
Alt 4 : Gonadotropin releasing hormone
Correct Alternative :- 3,4
This Question is  “Multiple answer key”.
73. Which one of the following is not lymphoid organs?
Alt 1 : Thymus
Alt 2 : Liver
Alt 3 : Bone marrow
Alt 4 : Lymph node
Correct Alternative :- 2
74. A specific molecule that binds to a receptor is called a _____ of the receptor.
Alt 1 : Ion
Alt 2 : Carrier
Alt 3 : Ligand
Alt 4 : Linkers
Correct Alternative :- 3
75. Which one of the following does not include in maintenance of biosafety cabinets?
Alt 1 : Should not be loaded with unnecessary items
Alt 2 : Regular decontamination should be done
Alt 3 : Work can be done near the front of the cabinet
Alt 4 : Avoid bringing hands and arms out of the cabinet while working
Correct Alternative :- 3
76. Which section of a clinical laboratory deals with the assessment of different cells in blood?
Alt 1 : Biochemical analysis
Alt 2 : Haematology
Alt 3 : Serology
Alt 4 : Specimen collection
Correct Alternative :- 2
77. Which of the following records should be retained in a laboratory?
Alt 1 : Quality control records
Alt 2 : Instrument maintenance records
Alt 3 : Blood donor records
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 4
78. Chemicals which liquefy when exposed to air are called:
Alt 1 : Primary standard
Alt 2 : Buffer.
Alt 3 : Hygroscopic
Alt 4 : Reagent mixture
Correct Alternative :- 3
79. The reagent used in the estimation of glucose is:
Alt 1 : Urease reagent
Alt 2 : Hexokinase reagent
Alt 3 : Jaffe's reaction
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 2
80. All special types of investigations use:
Alt 1 : Distilled water
Alt 2 : Type 3 reagent grade water
Alt 3 : Type 2 reagent grade water
Alt 4 : Type 1 reagent grade water
Correct Alternative :- 4
81. Which of the following helps to keep a reagent or chemical dry?
Alt 1 : Amber bottles
Alt 2 : Desiccators
Alt 3 : Test tubes
Alt 4 : Plastic bottles
Correct Alternative :- 2
82. Precautions followed against biohazards include:
Alt 1 : Prevention of self-injury during specimen collection
Alt 2 : Decontamination of laboratory instruments regularly
Alt 3 : Immunization of laboratory personnel
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 4
83. A fragment of tissue taken out of an organ from living person for examination is called:
Alt 1 : Adhesion
Alt 2 : Cryostat
Alt 3 : Smear
Alt 4 : Biopsy
Correct Alternative :- 4
84. The commonly used fixative for slide preparation is:
Alt 1 : Benedict's reagent
Alt 2 : Distilled water
Alt 3 : Formalin
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
85. Anti-immunoglobulin is also known as
Alt 1 : Coomb's serum
Alt 2 : Local serum
Alt 3 :Cryo serum
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 1
86. Which one of the following does NOT include in various aspects of quality control in blood banks?
Alt 1 : All the reagents should be clear without any turbidity
Alt 2 : The Rho(D) antigen should be checked with only the positive control
Alt 3 : Working of refrigerators, centrifuges and water baths should be checked periodically
Alt 4 : Records of validation, quality control and staff training procedures must be maintained
Correct Alternative :- 2
87. Samples of skin scrapings are obtained using:
Alt 1 : A sharp needle
Alt 2 : A blunt scalpel
Alt 3 : A knife
Alt 4 : Cotton
Correct Alternative :- 2
88. Which of the following specimens is tested for parasites?
Alt 1 : Urine
Alt 2 : Blood
Alt 3 : Urine and Blood
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
89. Which of the following cultures is difficult to maintain?
Alt 1 : Aerobic
Alt 2 :Capnophilic
Alt 3 :Anerobic
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
90. Staining of mycobacterium leprae requires:
Alt 1 : 10% sulfuric acid
Alt 2 : 12% sulfuric acid
Alt 3 : 5% sulfuric acid
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
91. Nigrosin solution is used for
Alt 1 : Gram staining
Alt 2 : Acid fast staining
Alt 3 : Simple staining
Alt 4 : Negative staining for capsules
Correct Alternative :- 4
92. Which of the following are catalase producing bacteria?
Alt 1 : Streptococci
Alt 2 : Staphylococci
Alt 3 : Parasites
Alt 4 : Nematodes
Correct Alternative :- 2
93. Which one of the following is NOT a solid culture media?
Alt 1 : Blood agar
Alt 2 : Nutrient agar
Alt 3 : Selenite F broth
Alt 4 : None of the above
Correct Alternative :- 3
94. Which one of the following is NOT the characteristics of the BACTEC system?
Alt 1 : The selection of culture bottles depends on the clinical history of the patient
Alt 2 : It uses miniaturised biochemical strips
Alt 3 : Bacterial subcultures can be processed for identification of organisms based on biochemical reactions
Alt 4 : Biochemical analysis results are not displayed
Correct Alternative :- 4
95. What temperature is maintained in a bacterial incubator?
Alt 1 : 20 degrees Celsius
Alt 2 : 28 degrees Celsius
Alt 3 : 37 degrees Celsius
Alt 4 : 45 degrees Celsius
Correct Alternative :- 3
96. The device which maintains the set temperature in a hot air oven is called:
Alt 1 : Chamber
Alt 2 : Steel door
Alt 3 : Indicator
Alt 4 : Thermostat
Correct Alternative :- 4
97. Rice water stool is a characteristic feature of
Alt 1 : Cholera
Alt 2 :Steatorrhea
Alt 3 : Bacterial infection
Alt 4 : Constipation
Correct Alternative :- 1
98. The unit of length is:
Alt 1 : Kilogram
Alt 2 : Mole
Alt 3 : Metre
Alt 4 : Seconds
Correct Alternative :- 3
99. Components of professional socialization include:
Alt 1 : Knowledge and skills
Alt 2 : Attitudes
Alt 3 : Professional values
Alt 4 : All of the above
Correct Alternative :- 4
100. The incubation period for the hepatitis B virus within the body is ________
Alt 1 : 45 to 180 days
Alt 2 : 20 to 30 days
Alt 3 : 10 to 20 days
Alt 4 : 30 to 80 days
Correct Alternative :- 1




Q101-. The disinfectant commonly applied on the site of blood collection is:
Alt 1 : 70% ethanol
Alt 2 : Acetone
Alt 3 : HCL
Alt 4 : Sodium carbonate
Correct Alternative :- 1

Q102-. Synovial fluid is collected from the:
Alt 1 : Joints
Alt 2 : Pericardium
Alt 3 : Pleural cavity
Alt 4 : Abdomen
Correct Alternative :- 1

Q103. Which one of the following does not include routine liver function test?
Alt 1 : Bilirubin
Alt 2 : Bile acids
Alt 3 : SGOT
Alt 4 : Alkaline phosphatase
Correct Alternative :- 2

Q104- . The reagent used in the estimation of bilirubin is _____
Alt 1 : Peroxide reagent
Alt 2 : Urease reagent
Alt 3 :Diazo reagent
Alt 4 : Methylene reagent
Correct Alternative :- 3

Q105 - Hormone assays using immunoassay techniques require all except
Alt 1 : Serum sample
Alt 2 : Calibrators
Alt 3 : Washing solution
Alt 4 : Tap water
Correct Alternative :- 4

Q 106- . Which one of the following tests does not form part of the glucose tolerance test?
Alt 1 : Fasting blood glucose
Alt 2 : Blood urea
Alt 3 : One-hour blood glucose
Alt 4 : Urine reducing sugar
Correct Alternative :- 2

Q107-. Un-iced blood samples taken for blood gas analysis should be analysed within:
Alt 1 : 1 hour
Alt 2 : 30 minutes
Alt 3 : 2 hours
Alt 4 : 45 minutes
Correct Alternative :- 2
Q108. Acid phosphatase estimation is done in the disease related to
Alt 1 : Thyroid
Alt 2 : Brain
Alt 3 : Prostate
Alt 4 : Intestine
Correct Alternative :- 3

Q109- . Cerebrospinal fluid samples are collected by
Alt 1 : Lab technician
Alt 2 : Physician
Alt 3 : Staff nurse
Alt 4 : Ward boy
Correct Alternative :- 2

Q 110- . The normal level of reticulocytes in adults is:
Alt 1 : 5 to 6%
Alt 2 : 0.5 to 2.5 %
Alt 3 : 2 to 4%
Alt 4 : 4 to 5%
Correct Alternative :- 2

Q 111- Simultaneous presence of anemia, leukopenia and
thrombocytopenia is called
Alt 1 : Pancytopenia
Alt 2 :Megaloblasticanemia
Alt 3 :Hemolyticanemia
Alt 4 : Sickle cell anemia
Correct Alternative :- 1

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