MCQ Paper No.419th May 2017 by admin Please select True or False for the following questions. 1. Chest X-ray can usually differentiate between the following in a patient with normal anatomy: a. CVC in the SVC or ascending aortaTrueFalseb. CVC in the SVC or azygous veinTrueFalsec. CVC in the SVC or hemi-azygous veinTrueFalsed. CVC above or below the pericardial reflectionTrueFalsee. CVC in the SVC or internal mammary veinTrueFalse2. The following are specific treatments for the associated condition: a. Bretylium and local anaesthetic toxicityTrueFalseb. Intralipid and local anaesthetic toxicityTrueFalsec. Dantrolene and malignant hyperpyrexiaTrueFalsed. Cyproheptadine and serotonin syndromeTrueFalsee. Aspirin and n-acetyl cysteineTrueFalse3. Ethylene glycol poisoning: a. Typically causes a metabolic alkalosisTrueFalseb. Co-poisoning with ethanol may be protectiveTrueFalsec. It typically causes renal failure and liver failureTrueFalsed. Is associated with a normal osmolar gapTrueFalsee. Folinic acid may be used in its treatmentTrueFalse4. Absolute contraindications to DCD organ donation include: a. Age > 75TrueFalseb. Recent sepsisTrueFalsec. Creutzfeldt-Jakob diseaseTrueFalsed. Active haematological malignancyTrueFalsee. HIV infectionTrueFalse5. Risk factors for ventilator associated pneumonia include: a. NG tubeTrueFalseb. Increased gastric residual volumeTrueFalsec. Gastric acid suppressionTrueFalsed. Previous antibiotic exposureTrueFalsee. Muscle relaxantsTrueFalseTime is Up!