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Exam Preparatory Manual for Undergraduates -Medicine Latest Edition by Archith Boloor

Exam Preparatory Manual for Undergraduates -Medicine Latest Edition by Archith Boloor Download free

Exam Preparatory Manual for Undergraduates -Medicine Latest Edition by Archith Boloor

Exam Preparatory Manual for Undergraduates -Medicine Latest Edition by Archith Boloor Download free Reader-friendly pattern. It is written in an easy-to-memorize format, interspersed with relevant and commonly asked exam-questions in a question-answer format and covers all the questions appeared in university exams till April 2016

• It contains comprehensive information in compact boxes and figures, making it a ready reckoner before the examination

• Provides knowledge in a simple, lucid and easily understandable and reproducible format

• Extensively covers all theory and most clinical scenarios. Management practices have been updated till September 2016

• Recent advances, newer drugs and upcoming sections of Geriatrics, Immunology, Clinical Pharmacology have been included

• Key points are highlighted. Richly illustrated in multicolour, included management algorithms, color coded as in etiology management, etc.

• Exclusive coverage of high yielding points which is important for answering MCQs

• Appendices provide reference values of common laboratory investigations

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Exam Preparatory Manual for Undergraduates -Medicine Latest Edition by Archith Boloor

A patient is brought to the burns department with burns third degree burns involving 36% of the body surface area. On initial examination the patient has a patent airway but the doctor suspects airway burns. All of the following are danger points which suggest an inhalational burn injury except
a. Singed nasal hair
b. Carbonaceous deposit in the sputum
c. Burns involving the trunk
d. Burns in a closed room

21. An 70 year old man is rushed to the emergency department from his primary care physician’s office after his physician palpates a pulsating mass in his abdomen. The patient is diagnosed with an abdominal aortic aneurysm. Instead of repairing the aneurysm by surgically opening the abdomen, the surgeon decides to perform endovascular stenting and grafting. The stent is inserted into the femoral artery and threaded up toward the aortic defect. To access the femoral artery the surgeon must open the femoral sheath and expose its contents. Which of the following structures is enclosed inside the femoral sheath?
a. Cooper’s ligament
b. Femoral canal
c. Femoral nerve
d. Obturator nerve
22. An 80-year-old woman is admitted after being found on the floor in her apartment. She was found by her daughter, who estimates that the patient may have been there for several days. Initial workup shows that the patient had suffered a left middle cerebral artery stroke and was unable to move from her position to call for help. On examination, she is slightly obtunded and unable to talk but responsive to simple commands. Although she lacks feeling in the right side of her body, she complains of diffuse muscle pain, especially in her back, buttocks, and thigh on the left side. Initial laboratory studies are ordered and straight catheterization produces 40 mL of urine. Which of the sets of labora-tory findings is this patient most likely to demonstrate?

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