MCQ Paper No.101st February 2018 by admin Please select True or False for the following questions. 1. Regarding tumour lysis syndrome a. Allopurinol is a xanthine oxidase inducerTrueFalseb. Rasburicase catalyses oxidation of uric acid to allantoinTrueFalsec. Extensive marrow involvement is a risk factorTrueFalsed. Usually presents beyond 72 hours after initiating chemotherapyTrueFalsee. Alkalinisation of the urine is key to managementTrueFalse2. Regarding central line associated blood stream infections (CLABSI). a. CLABSI rate is calculated as: Number of CLABSI x 10000/ Number of central line daysTrueFalseb. Klebsiella is a common skin contaminantTrueFalsec. Enterococcus is a recognised pathogenTrueFalsed. Tracheostomy is a risk factor for infection of internal jugular linesTrueFalsee. Tunnelled lines have similar infection rated to non-tunnelled linesTrueFalse3. The following conditions would be expected to have a a urine specific gravity of > 1.030: a. Diabetes mellitusTrueFalseb. Diabetes insipidusTrueFalsec. Cerebral salt wastingTrueFalsed. SIADHTrueFalsee. Acute tubular necrosisTrueFalse4. Regarding acute abdominal hypertension. a. Aggressive fluid resuscitation is requiredTrueFalseb. Insertion of a nasogastric tube will completely resolve symptomsTrueFalsec. Laparostomy is indicatedTrueFalsed. It is a recognised cause of renal failureTrueFalsee. Grade 1 abdominal hypertension is defined as intra-abdominal pressure of 16-20mmHgTrueFalse5. Which of the following can be used as anticoagulants for haemofiltration? a. Hirudin derivativeTrueFalseb. FondaparinuxTrueFalsec. warfarinTrueFalsed. ProstaglandinTrueFalsee. CitrateTrueFalseTime is Up!