Thank you for participating in Dabir’s Fun Quiz
Whether you are participating in-person, or virtually, we hope you’re enjoying the HCP2022 Conference. Dabir is hoping to add to your enjoyment by providing you with this Fun Quiz. Think you are a genius at the history of libations? You can find out below. Oh, and if you haven’t already, please make sure to stop by our booth to say hello!
How did you do on the Fun Quiz?
1. Aperol is a bitters apéritif made of gentian, rhubarb, and cinchona, among other ingredients. What is the country of origin for Aperol?
2. On January 16, 1919, the 18th Amendment was ratified by the states but did not go into effect until what year?
On January 16, 1919, the 18th Amendment was ratified by the states. Prohibition went into effect the next year, on January 17, 1920.
3. Which state became the 36th state to ratify the 21st amendment, achieving the requisite three-fourths majority of states’ approval to repeal the 18th Amendment?
The 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified, repealing the 18th Amendment and bringing an end to the era of national prohibition of alcohol in America. At 5:32 p.m. EST, Utah became the 36th state to ratify the amendment, achieving the requisite three-fourths majority of states’ approval. Pennsylvania and Ohio had ratified it earlier in the day.
4. Where did the phrase ‘on the rocks’ come from?
a. You can trace the phrase “on the rocks” back to ancient Scotland, the great-grandfather and inventor of whisky. In the days before ice cubes and freezers, the story goes that a savvy Scotsman could chill his whisky with cold rocks from the river. These days, many folks drink whisky with an ice cube or two.
b. My local bartender
c. I have no idea
5. Approximately what percentage of pressure injuries that develop in the acute care settings are acquired intra-operatively during surgeries that last more than three hours?
Primiano, M. et al, Pressure Ulcer Prevalence and Risk Factors During Prolonged Surgical Procedures, AORN Journal, December 2011 Vol 94 No 6 ● 555
6. What exactly is soda water?
a. Sparkling water, or carbonated water, is water with no additives, carbonated by injecting carbon dioxide (CO2).
b. An ingredient found in an Aperol Spritz
c. Also known as seltzer water
d. All of the above
7. Who were the three presidents during the Prohibition Period?
a. Carter (39)
b. Harding (29)
c. Coolidge (30)
d. Hoover (31)
e. Lincoln (16)
Answer: b., c., and d.
Prohibition corresponded with the presidencies of Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover.
President Vice President Years of Service Congresses
Woodrow Wilson Thomas R. Marshall Mar. 4, 1913–Mar. 3, 1921 63, 64, 65, 66
Warren G. Harding4 Calvin Coolidge Mar. 4, 1921–Aug. 2, 1923 67, 68
Calvin Coolidge ………… Aug. 3, 1923–Mar. 3, 1925 68 Calvin Coolidge Charles G. Dawes Mar. 4, 1925–Mar. 3, 1929 69, 70
Herbert C. Hoover Charles Curtis Mar. 4, 1929–Mar. 3, 1933 71, 72
Franklin D. Roosevelt John N. Garner Mar. 4, 1933–Jan. 20, 1941 73, 74, 75, 76, 77
8. In a published peer-reviewed article, what is the estimated cost of treating a late-stage pressure injury?
d. I don’t know
Trueman, P. and Whitehead, SJ, 2010, The Economics of Pressure Relieving Surfaces: An Illustrative Case Study of the Impact of High-Specification Surfaces on Hospital Finances, International Wound Journal, 7: 48-54
Are We Ready for This Change? Content last reviewed October 2014, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/hospitals/pressureulcertoolkit.putool1.html
9. Prosecco is which of the following?
b. Sparkling white wine from Italy
c. A good time to be had by all
10. Which two drinks are not in the top 10 drinks during the Prohibition Era?
a. Anti-Hero IPA
b. Gin Ricky
c. Bee’s Knees
Answer a., and e.
Fig 1: Dabir system in OFF position
Fig 2: Dabir system provides dynamic alternating pressure relief from tissue deformation