1. In Haemorrhagic shock, hypotension occurs when blood loss is more than

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2. Which of the following solution contains highest concentration of potassium

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3. Which is the correct statement regarding facial nerve palsy in temporal bone fractures:

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4. Cystic hygroma may be situated at

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5. Commonest organism responsible for cellulitis is

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6. Size of the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) for normal adults

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7. Cerebral tracts

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8. Erysipelas is caused by

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9. Lung abscess secondary to aspiration is most often seen in

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10. Treatment of dehydrated child patient is:

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11. Pilonidal sinus contains:

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12. The ulcer which has undermined edge is due to the cause

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13. A patient after road traffic accident presents with respiratory distress, hypotension and dilated bulging neck veins. On examination absent breath sounds and contralateral tracheal shift is found. What would be the first line of management

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14. FAST stands for

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15. Continuous discharging sinus from lower border of sternocleidomastoid muscle, since 5 years in anterior triangle of neck

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16. An army recruit, smoker and 6 months into training started complaining of pain at postero medial aspect of both legs. There was acute point tenderness and the pain was aggravated on physical activity. The most likely diagnosis is:

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17. The most common & earliest manifestation of carcinoma of glottis is :-

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18. Bed sore is a type of:

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19. Which of the following is preferred cannulation site for total parenteral nutrition

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20. Throat pack true is:

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