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DHA Prometric Exam Sample Questions for General Practitioner

Dubai Health Authority (DHA) aims to provide an accessible and integrated healthcare system to enhance the quality of public health across the Emirates. Medical Professionals who wish to do licensed practice in Dubai must clear DHA Prometric Exam. 

DHA Exam is in MCQ format and evaluates the readiness and confidence of the candidates from various specialisations to tackle the challenges in the medical field. Practicing DHA exam questions and answers consistently will help you easily clear the examination.  

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DHA Exam Questions For General Practitioner

A General Practitioner is the primary health care provider and a patient’s first point of contact. General practitioner plays a considerable role in enhancing the public health care system and they are in huge demand in Dubai. In order to kickstart professional life as a general practitioner in Dubai, one should pass DHA Exam. 

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By enrolling in DHA Course you will receive effective coaching for preparing DHA Exam which will help you know about the exam pattern so you can prepare accordingly. The  DHA general practitioner exam questions given below will give you an idea about the exam pattern and will help you with your exam preparation. 

1.A 19-Year-old girl newly diagnosed with type 1 DM, taking aspart and glargine complaining of both fasting and postprandial hypoglycemia, hbA1c and fasting glucose are within normal range?

A) Stop both

B) Decrease the dose of both

C) Continue the same

D) Stop glargine and change aspart to sliding scale

2.A patient with a known case of cirrhosis came with increasing ascites without pain or fever, he is on spironolactone 90mg and furosemide 40mg. What is the next step in management?

A) Increase the dose of furosemide


C) Therapeutic paracentesis

D) Albumin replacement

3.A case of ectopic pregnancy on day 1 B-HCG was 1000, day 4>1200, day 7>700 what to do next?

A) reassure

B) consider a second dose of methotrexate

C) follow up with oncology

D) metastasis screening

4) What is the antidote for organophosphate toxicity?

A) Atropine

B) naloxone

C) succinylcholine

5) Child came in the early morning complaining if barking cough and inspiratory stridor. What is the investigation of choice?

A) bronchoscopy

B) chest radiograph



6) Type of isolation for meningitis?

A) droplet

B) contact

C) mixed

D) airborne

7) Patient coming from hajj with signs of meningitis what's the tx?

A) Vancomycin and ceftriaxone

B) Vancomycin & cefotaxime

C) Ceftriaxone and azithromycin

8) Old Female patient with an incisional hernia came to ER with a discharge and ulcer over a long-standing incarcerated hernia all vitals are normal, what will you do?

A) dressing

B) laparoscopy


D) Laparotomy of abdomen

9) A child presented with ear pain, on examination: perforated membrane with purulent discharge: what is the most likely diagnosis?

A) Acute OM

B) Chronic OM

C) OM with effusion

D) Otitis externa

10) A 21-year-old pregnant woman, 8 weeks GA came with bleeding but stable, US done showed a non-viable fetus and age 5 weeks, appropriate mx?

A) Misoprostol

B) Hysterotomy

C) Hypertonic saline infusion

11) A 7-year-old girl having nausea and vomiting whenever on an airplane flight for more than 1 hour what to give for prevention?

A) nothing

B) ondansetron

C) granisetron

D) diphenhydramine

12) Child with muscular dystrophy. He is in RDS the parents refuse intubation because they had a child with the same condition and he died. What to do?

A) Intubate

B) Call ethics

C) Call child rights

D) Do nothing

13) A 38-week gestation with high pressure, low platelet, and protein in the urine what to do?

A) Emergency delivery

B) Observation

14) A 13-year-old boy medically free presented with neck swelling. One of the relatives was recently diagnosed with lymphoma and the family is worried about their child. Which of the following is an indication for lymph node biopsy?

A) Absence of fever

B) Presence of Hepatosplenomegaly

C) Lymph node size > 1cm

15) Child who is 18 months with left Undescended testes not palpable in the inguinal region, the left one is there what’s the most appropriate to do?

A) Left orchidopexy

B) Diagnostic laparoscopy

C) Wait till 3 years

16) Newborn baby has yellowish discoloration that is not fading for five days. Previously was diagnosed to have physiological jaundice and so phototherapy was started, which of the following is the most likely cause?

A) ABO incompatibility

B) Rh incompatibility

C) G6PD deficiency

D) Biliary atresia

17) Which of the following is the most common congenital heart disease presented with cyanosis in neonates?

A) Coarctation of the aorta 





18) An old male patient was admitted with a case of large intestinal obstruction. He underwent rigid sigmoidoscopy that showed a mass in the sigmoid region. A biopsy was taken and came back as Adenocarcinoma. What is the best next step?

A ) Colonoscopy

B ) CT abdomen

C)  MRI of the pelvis

D) Sigmoidectomy

19) Primigravid comes with labor for 4h Dilated 5 cm, effaced 80%, station +1 after 5h there is no change in the cervix, and contraction occurs every 3 min. and stays for 60 sec. What to do?

A) Instrument use

B) C/S

C) IV oxytocin

D) Wait for 2h

20) A woman was bathing her child and noticed a mass in his flank, which of the following investigation is most appropriate?

A) Abdominal radiography (XRAY)

B) Abdominal CT

C) Abdominal MRI

D) Abdominal radiography and ultrasonography


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Blessy is an experienced medical instructor who specialises in Prometric courses and NCLEX preparation. She has a wealth of knowledge in healthcare education and is highly skilled in teaching and training healthcare professionals. Her main aim is to support students in passing their Prometric exams and NCLEX certification by providing them with comprehensive and up-to-date study materials, personalised instruction, and hands-on practice exams.

Blessy's teaching approach centers on creating a supportive and engaging learning environment that encourages critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and effective test-taking strategies. She is committed to professional development and keeping up-to-date with the latest trends and advancements in the medical field. As part of her commitment, she regularly attends workshops, conferences, and seminars to enhance her expertise, ensuring that her students receive the most relevant and valuable education.