11.Which of the following is an early manifestation of sepsis: a.Decreased cardiac output. b.Hypoglycaemia. c.Cutaneous vasodilatation. d.Increased arteriovenous O2difference. e.Respiratory acidosis. 12.Which of the following is the most likely cause of pyrexia occurring 48 hours after an abdominal operation?
c.Chest infection. d.Pulmonary embolism. e.Leaking intestinal anastomosis. 13.Which of the following is true about gas gangrene: 14.Factors that make lacerated wounds more liable to infection include the following except: 15.One of the following is an anaerobic organism: a.Staphylococcus aureus. b.E. coli. c.Klebsiella. d.Pseudomonas aeroginosa. e.Bacteriodes. 16.In tetanus infection the following statements are correct except: 17. In pseudomembranous enterocolitis the causing organism is:
18.The advantages of third-generation cephalosporin over aminoglycosides in the treatment of a mixed intra-abdominal infection is: 19.All the following may be an indication for liver transplantation except: a.Liver cirrhosis. b.Acute fulminant hepatitis. c.Malignant obstructive jaundice due to periampullary cancer. d.Congenital biliary atresia. e.Wilson’s disease.20.Which of the following is wrong about hyperacute rejection?
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