By Gordon S. Laing FRCS (auth.)

ISBN-10: 1447116089

ISBN-13: 9781447116080

ISBN-10: 3540195084

ISBN-13: 9783540195085

This little booklet has been written essentially for the senior residence officer in twist of fate and Emergency and the registrar pursuing a profession within the distinctiveness. i'm hoping additionally that it'll be of curiosity to scientific scholars. due to the initiative of Professor Miles Irving, Professor of surgical procedure, collage of Manchester, scientific scholars were taught twist of fate and Emergency in desire medical institution because 1974. a number of the solutions to the questions the following were elaborated due to their enquiring minds. it's been a excitement to educate them. MCQs can be informative and exciting and never considered as a tiresome chore in basic terms as a result of self­ evaluation scoring. i've got passed over the bins and the "don't recognize" reaction. The solutions are both actual or fake. i've got tried to fit the questions into a number of sections with some extent of series, yet there's an inevitable overlap rather with reference to the sections at the unresponsive sufferer, poisoning and damage. the ultimate part is a particular mix of twist of fate and Emergency and that i inspiration "Pot­ pourri" a suitable identify. i've got loved compiling the questions and that i desire that either undergraduates and postgraduates will locate studying them a painless and valuable workout. ultimately my thank you are as a result of my secretary Eileen Bates for her typing and patience.

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E. 8 mg given IV, repeated. 01 mg/kg body weight should be given. 18 a. T b. c. d. e. T T T T 250 mg - 2 g are given orally daily. 19 a. b. c. d. e. F T T T T The dose is 1-2 mg N. 20 Activated charcoal: a. b. c. d. e. 21 Is a non-specific adsorbent Is indicated in paraquat poisoning Is useful in tricyclic antidepressant poisoning Is given in salicylate poisoning May be put down the gastric tube The following analgesics inhibit the release and dispersal of prostaglandins: a. b. c. d. e. 20 a. b.

C. d. e. l2 a. b. c. d. e. l3 a. b. c. d. e. 14 Whiplash injury of the neck: a. b. c. d. e. 15 Is common in rear-end traffic collisions Is worse if there is a rotational element May precipitate an acute disc lesion May precipitate a dislocated mandible Is treated by immobilisation in a soft cervical collar followed by physiotherapy Fractured clavicle: a. Results from a fallon the flexed arm b. Occurs at the junction of the proximal third and middle of the clavicle c. Usually requires reduction d.

A depressed fracture is white and usually crescent-shaped. t9 a. b. c. d. e. T T F F T Often the patient is a young male with a history of loss of consciousness after head injury playing rugby which may be followed by a lucid interval. The lucid interval occurs in 20%25% cases. The cerebrospinal fluid is clear. Extradural haemorrhage is rarely bilateral. The diagnosis is confirmed by cr scan. The consensual reaction should be included in the examination of the dilated pupil. In extradural haemorrhage the pupil on the side of the bleed is often dilated and fixed to light, but the other pupil reacts consensually.

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