Virginia Apgar Quiz: An American Physician

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  • Last Updated: 04 Apr, 2022
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Virginia Apgar Quiz: An American Physician

Virginia Apgar was born in New Jersey, the U.S., in 1909. She was an American physician, obstetrical anesthesiologist, and medical researcher best known for inventing the Apgar Score, a method for assessing the health of a newborn child shortly after birth to reduce infant mortality. Apgar was a pioneer in anesthesiology and teratology, and she was the first to include obstetrical factors into the established science of neonatology. Here's a quiz based on Virginia Apgar.

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When was Apgar get the Elizabeth Blackwell Award from the American Medical Women's Association?
In 1964, which college gave Apgar honorary doctorates award?
When did Virginia Apgar die?
In 1974, In which foundation did Apgar work?
When was Apgar the first woman to become a full professor at P&S?
When was Virginia Apgar born?
In 1925, from where did Apgar complete her graduation?
When was Apgar inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls?
In which year did Apgar become vice president and director of basic research at The National Foundation-March of Dimes?
Where was Virginia Apgar born?