MCQ Paper No.917th August 2017 by admin Please select True or False for the following questions. 1. Following air embolus the following can be seen? a. HypotensionTrueFalseb. Raised ICPTrueFalsec. Sudden loss of capnographyTrueFalsed. CoagulopathyTrueFalsee. Increase in Pulmonary Vascular resistanceTrueFalse2. The following are indicators of a worse prognosis according to the King’s College Criteria for prognostication in acute liver failure a. pH 7.20TrueFalseb. Creatinine 200TrueFalsec. Bilirubin > 300TrueFalsed. Prothrombin time 6.5TrueFalsee. Grade 3 encephalopathyTrueFalse3. The following result in an increased cardiac output and a reduced SVR: a. Gram negative sepsisTrueFalseb. CarcinoidTrueFalsec. Liver failureTrueFalsed. Post myocardial dysfunctionTrueFalsee. AnaphylaxisTrueFalse4. Regarding the post operative care of a patient undergoing a Whipple’s procedure: a. A pancreatic fistula can be managed conservativelyTrueFalseb. Morbidity is 30-50%TrueFalsec. Octreotide has been shown to be effectiveTrueFalsed. Bile should be expected from the peripancreatic drain siteTrueFalsee. Epidural analgesia is not recommended for Enhanced Recovery patientsTrueFalse5. Causes of metabolic acidosis include: a. Urinary diversionTrueFalseb. Pancreatic fistulaTrueFalsec. Severe vomitingTrueFalsed. AcetazolamideTrueFalsee. LamivudineTrueFalseTime is Up!