1. Throat pack is commonly used in

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2. Which of the following is a distinguishing feature between syncope and toxicity of xylocaine hydrochloride?

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3. Anaesthetic agent indicated for use in setting of raised intracranial pressure:

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4. First clinical sign of lignocaine toxicity of CNS:

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5. A patient of thrombocytopenia having platelet count of 125 x 1.09/L needs extraction of upper molar- teeth. What precaution should be taken before and after extraction?

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6. Palatopharyngeal incompetence can be corrected using:

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7. Na morrhuate sol is used:

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8. Fracture of mandible not involving dental arch is treated by:

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9. Carnoy's solution is composed of:

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10. The most important factor in bone regeneration is:

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11. How much fluids are given to a patient postoperatively in 24 hours:

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12. Gelfoam, used to control bleeding gets absorbed in:

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13. Thrombocytopenia (low platelet count) that is less than

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14. Best view for horizontally favourable and unfavourable angle fracture:

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15. A patient with orthopedic hip implant is to undergo dental extraction. What antibiotic prophylaxis should be given:

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16. Apex elevator utilises which principle:

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17. LA with vasoconstrictor is contraindicated when:

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18. Berger flap procedure is used for

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19. Which among the following is not used as topical local anesthetic:

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20. The gap created between the base of the skull and the ramus of the mandible during a TMJ arthroplasty to prevent reankylosis should be at least

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