Virginia Apgar Trivia Quiz: An American Physician

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Virginia Apgar Trivia 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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What was the cause of death of Virginia Apgar?

  • Sucide

  • Heart Attack

  • Accident

  • Liver Infection

When was Apgar get the Elizabeth Blackwell Award from the American Medical Women's Association?

  • In 1965

  • In 1966

  • In 1967

  • In 1968

What is the name of Virginia Apgar's father?

  • Morgan Porterfield Freeman

  • Charles Emory Apgar

  • Cicero Leonard

  • Frank William Taussig

What is the religion of Virginia Apgar?

  • Catholic

  • Zoroastrianism

  • Christian

  • Islam

In 1974, In which foundation did Apgar work?

  • American National Red Cross

  • World Vision

  • MAP International

  • March of Dimes

Who is Virginia Apgar by Profession?

  • Cardiologist

  • Singer

  • Astronaut

  • Doctor

In 1925, from where did Apgar complete her graduation?

  • Mount Holyoke College

  • Westfield High School

  • Columbia University

  • None of These

When did Virginia Apgar die?

  • August 7, 1974

  • September 8, 1975

  • October 9, 1976

  • November 10, 1977

What is the height of Virginia Apgar?

  • 5 Feet , 2 Inches (Approx)

  • 5 Feet, 5 Inches (Approx)

  • 5 Feet, 8 Inches (Approx)

  • 4 Feet, 9 Inches (Approx)

When was Apgar inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls?

  • September 1993

  • October 1994

  • November 1995

  • December 1996

When was Apgar the first woman to become a full professor at P&S?

  • In 1947

  • In 1948

  • In 1949

  • In 1950

Where was Virginia Apgar born?

  • Westfield, New Jersey

  • San Jose, California

  • Austin, Texas

  • Columbus, Ohio

When was Virginia Apgar born?

  • March 4, 1909

  • April 5, 1909

  • May 6, 1909

  • June 7, 1909

In which year did Apgar become vice president and director of basic research at The National Foundation-March of Dimes?

  • In 1964

  • In 1965

  • In 1966

  • In 1967

In 1964, which college gave Apgar honorary doctorates award?

  • Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania

  • Mount Holyoke College

  • American Medical Women's Association

  • Columbia University College 

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