Day: December 18, 2009

Joint problems Patient

Rheumatoid Arthritis: A joint problem

What is Rheumatoid Arthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) also known as “Baath rog” in Nepali language is a type of rheumatic disease with predominant effect on the joints. RA is a destructive disease which can cause damage and deformities of the affected joints. The major brunt of the disease falls in females of 25 to 50 […]

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General surgery Surgery

Shock: Quick Review and Management.

SHOCK DEFINITION:- Shock is an acute clinical syndrome characterized by poor tissue perfusion with impaired cellular metabolism, which is manifested as different serious pathophysiological abnormalities.   CLASSIFICATION OF SHOCK Hypovolaemia Cardiogenic Intrinsic Compressive Septic Hyperdynamic Hypodynamic Anaphylactic Traumatic Neurogenic Hypoadrenal CAUSES OF SHOCK Hypovolaemia shock:- due to reduction in total Blood volume. Loss of blood:- […]

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Old questions

Nepalgunj Medical College Teaching Hospital, Minor questions

    Nepalgunj Medical College Teaching Hospital 7the Sem. Examination Subject:- ENT Section – ďAĒ A 30 years old female presented with chronic progressive hearing loss, tinnitus worsen during pregnancy. What is the Diagnosis ? Etiology and clinical features Audiological investigation and treatment Write short notes Impedance mechanism of middle ear Menierís disease Lateral sinus thrombophlebitis Organ […]

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    Old questions

    MBBS final year Questions: CMS 2009

    MBBS Exam questions: MEDICINE AND ALLIED SUBJECTS PAPER: I SECTION: A (a) Discuss diastolic murmurs in mitral area. (b) Diagnosis of aortic regurgitation. (c) Diagnosis of ST segment elevation MI (d) Streptokinase therapy. (a) Treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis in HIV negative and HIV positive individual (b) Clinical findings in right sided pleural effusion. (c) Bronchial […]

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    Anaesthesia

    Mechanical Ventilation Of Lungs

    MECHANICAL VENTILATION OF LUNGS Mechanical ventilation of lungs is carried out by intubating the patient by nasal or oral route or through tracheostomy and connecting endotracheal or tracheostomy tube to ventilator. INDICATIONS: On the basis of blood gas analysis pO2<50mmHg in room air or pO2<60mmHg on FIO2 >.5 pH< 7.25(acute respiratory failure) pCO2 >50mmHg pO2/FIO2< […]

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