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11. Which of the following about bloodtransfusion are false?AA haemoglobin level of 10 g/dL or lessis now considered a typical indication.
BFresh frozen plasma (FFP) is consideredas the first-line therapy in coagulopathichaemorrhage.CCryoprecipitate is useful in low-fibrinogen states and in factor VIIIdeficiency.DPlatelets have a shelf life of 3 weeks.EPatients can pre-donate blood up to3 weeks before surgery for autologoustransfusion.12. Which of the following is a
complication of massive bloodtransfusions?B
HypercalcaemiaCHyperkalaemiaDHypokalaemiaEHypothermia.
PRINCIPLES10Extended matching questions1. Types of shockASeptic shockBCardiogenic shockCHypovolaemic shock – haemorrhagicDNeurogenic shockEAnaphylactic shockFEndocrinal shockGHypovolaemic shock – non-haemorrhagicChoose and match the correct diagnosis with each of the scenarios given below:1A 7-year-old boy with nut allergy develops stridor and collapses after eating a snack. Herequires airway and breathing support. His BP is 60/38 mmHg.2A 78-year-old man with known ischaemic heart disease (IHD) complains of chest pain andcollapses. His pulse is irregular and BP is 74/48 mmHg. ECG shows features of an anterolateralmyocardial infarction (MI).3A 76-year-old male is brought to the hospital with persistent diarrhoea and vomiting for thepast 4 days. He has been unable to keep his food down and feels very tired. On examinationhe is very dehydrated. His pulse is 128/min and his BP is 88/52 mmHg.4A 55-year-old woman with poorly controlled hypothyroidism is found comatose. She ishypothermic. Her pulse is irregular and her BP is 96/70 mmHg.5An 86-year-old male has been complaining of increasing lower abdominal pain for the pastweek. On examination he looks very unwell with warm peripheries. He has signs of generalisedperitonitis. His pulse is 130/min and his BP 84/50 mmHg.6A 28-year-old motorist is brought to the A&E after a road traffic accident (RTA). He hassustained an isolated injury to his back and has motor and sensory deficits in both lower limbs.His pulse is 122/min and his BP 100/62 mmHg.7A 19-year-old male is brought to the hospital after sustaining an abdominal injury while playingrugby. He is complaining of left upper abdominal pain and has some bruising over the samearea. His pulse is 140/min and his BP is 100/82 mmHg.2. Vasopressor and inotropic support in shockANoradrenalineBNo role for vasopressor or inotropic agentCPhenylephrineDDobutamineEVasopressin

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