Staff Nurse MCQ on Anesthesia

Staff Nurse MCQ on Anesthesia
1) Symptoms of circulatory systemic overload during excessive IV fluids include all except
A) Oliguria
B) Increased BP
C) Anxiety
D) Pulmonary edema

2) Succinylcholine can produce all except
A) Induce malignant hyperthermia in susceptible patients
B) Prolonged paralysis occurs in case of butyrylcholinesterase abnormalities (as succinylcholine is not metabolized)
C) Tachycardia, particularly in children
D) Increase intraocular pressure

3) Life threatening risks of anesthesia include all except
A. Hypoxic brain injury
B. Myocardial infarction
C. Postoperative nausea and vomiting
D. Cerebrovascular accident

4) In a lower segment caesarean section, which of the following techniques of anesthesia is desirable
A. Spinal anesthesia
B. Caudal anesthesia
C. Combined Spinal Epidural
D. General anesthesia

5) Predictors of difficult intubation include
A. Short muscular neck
B. Prominent upper incisor
C. Protruding mandible
D. All of the above

6) ASA standard monitors include all except
A. Pulse oximeter
C. NIBP cuff

7) Ketamine; all are true except
A. Induction of anesthesia by IV route
B. Induction of anesthesia
C. Supplementation of sedation.
D. Decrease cerebral blood flow

8) Signs of low perfusion include all except
A. hypotension
B. tachycardia
C. High Urine Output
D. Poor Capillary refill

9) Balanced General Anesthesia includes
A. Skeletal muscle relaxant
B. Loss of consciousness
C. Analgesia
D. All of the above

10) Depolarizing block may be done by
A. Atracurium
B. Neostegmin
C. Succinylcholine
D. rocuronuim

11) Intravenous regional anesthesia is more commonly used for operations of
A. Neck surgeries
B. Lower abdomen
C. Upper limbs
D. Lower limbs

12) Regarding morphine, all are true Except
A. Respiratory depression ... effect
B. Can be IV subcutaneously, rectally and epidurally
C. Can cause nausea and vomiting
D. Less effective against pain of myocardial ischemia

13) Body Mass Index=
A. Height in centimeters Weight (kg)
B. Weight (kg) Height (M2)
C. Height (M2) Weight (kg)
D. Weight (kg) Height in centimeters

14) ASA III is
A. normal, healthy patient
B. Patient with mild, well controlled systemic disease
C. Patient with sever systemic disease that limits activity
D. Patient with sever life threatening disease

15) Premedication that can be given
A. Anxiolysis
B. Anti­ emetic
C. Antacid
D. all of the above

16) Mallampati grade suggests difficult intubation
A. grade I
B. grade II
C. grade IV
D. All of the above

17) Factor at increase risk of aspiration includes
A. drinking clear fluids 8 hours before operation
B. gastro esophageal reflux
C. chewing gum
D. Two hours preoperative oral clear fluid administration

18) In 70 kg patient one unit of platelet concentrate should increase platelet count
A. 2000 ­ 5000 mm3
B. 5000 ­ 10000 mm3
C. 10000 ­ 20000 mm3
D. More than 20000 mm3

19) The following are the classical hemolytic transfusion reaction in general anesthesia except
A. Hypotension
B. Wheezing
C. Hemoglobinuria
D. bradycardia

20) The mean arterial pressure of a blood pressure of 160 80 is
A. 90 mmHg
B. 100 mmHg
C. 110 mmHg
D. 120 mmHg

21) Indication of rapid sequence anesthesia include all except
A. Patient ASA I undergoing elective cholecytectomy.
B. Patient presented with bowel obstruction
C) Morbid Obesity Patients
D) Pregnancy

22) Thiopental (sodium thiopental, Thiopentone, STP) characterized by the following except
A. Prepares as a pale yellow 10.5 (alkaline)
B. After iv bolus, rapidly ...
C) Effects include decrease cerebral blood flow and O2 requirements
D) Has good analgesic ...

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