Neco 2023 Health Education Test of Practical 2023 Answers

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– A : displaced fracture
– B : Open and displaced fracture
– C : Comminuted fracture
– D : Transverse fracture
– E : Basilar skull fracture
– F : Buckled fracture

F – buckle fracture

(i) Immobilize the affected area: The first step is to immobilize the affected limb to prevent further injury. You can do this by using a splint or any other rigid object to keep the limb in place.

(ii) Apply ice to the affected area: Applying ice to the affected area can help reduce pain and swelling. You can wrap ice in a towel and apply it to the affected area for 15-20 minutes at a time, several times a day.


(i) Red blood cells (RBCs): Carry oxygen to all tissues of the body.

(ii) White blood cells (WBCs): Fight against the germs that may enter into our body.

(iii) Lymphocytes: Regulation of the immune response.

(iv) Platelets: Blood clot

The pulmonary artery is the only deoxygenated blood-carrying artery.

(i) The pancreas produces insulin.

(ii) Diabetes mellitus is a disease that results from insufficient secretion of insulin.

(i) No pulse or heartbeat
(ii) No breathing
(iii) No response to stimuli

(5ai) A carrier is a person who may be infected with a disease but does not show symptoms, yet can transmit the disease to others.
(i)Inhalation (breathing in)
(ii) Ingestion (eating or drinking)
(iii)Direct contact (touching)
(iv)Vector-borne transmission (through insects or other organisms)

(5b) The deficiency disease of iodine is called goiter.


(5d) The tooth that appears in humans at the onset of adulthood is the third molar, commonly known as the wisdom tooth.

(i) Ectomorph: A body type that is characterized by a lean and slender build, with little body fat or muscle mass.
(ii) Mesomorph: A body type that is characterized by a muscular build, with a moderate amount of body fat and a large bone structure.
(iii) Endomorph: A body type that is characterized by a rounded build, with a high amount of body fat and a small bone structure.

The basic unit of society is the family.

(i) Nuclear family: A family unit that consists of parents and their children.
(ii) Extended family: A family unit that includes parents, children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

The headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO) is located in Geneva, Switzerland.

(i) Influenza
(ii) Tuberculosis
(iii) Malaria

(i) Health risks: Teenage mothers and their babies are at higher risk for health problems, including premature birth, low birth weight, and maternal complications such as high blood pressure and gestational diabetes.
(ii) Educational challenges: Teenage mothers are more likely to drop out of school, which can limit their future opportunities and earning potential.
(iii) Social stigma: Teenage pregnancy can be stigmatizing and can lead to social isolation, discrimination, and negative judgments from others.

(i) STIs: Sexually transmitted infections.
(ii) HIV: Human immunodeficiency virus.
(iii) AIDS: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

A Health Agency is an organization that is responsible for promoting and protecting public health. Health agencies may provide a range of services, including disease surveillance, health education, vaccination programs, and emergency response.

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