10 Random Questions

Pediatric  

A meconium-stained, full-term infant has an initial Apgar score of 2. The oropharynx is suctioned and the infant is placed on a heated table. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management of the airway?


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Cardiac  

During cardiopulmonary bypass at a nasopharyngeal temperature of 28°C and a hematocrit of 20%, temperature-corrected PaCO2 is 50 mmHg and uncorrected PaCO2 is 60 mmHg. The most appropriate management is to


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OB  

A multigravid woman is receiving oxytocin by infusion for augmentation of labor. Fetal heart rate is 190 bpm with beat-to-beat variability of 6 to 8 bpm. The most appropriate immediate action would be to


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Pediatric  

A full-term newborn has marked respiratory distress in the delivery room. Breath sounds are asymmetric and the abdomen is scaphoid. Which of the following maneuvers is most appropriate?


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Pharmacology & Pharmacokinetics   Neuro  

Intravenous administration of mannitol during a craniotomy


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Pharmacology & Pharmacokinetics   Regional & Pain  

Compared with morphine, a single epidural administration of fentanyl is associated with


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Pharmacology & Pharmacokinetics  

Compared with thiopental, methohexital is characterized by


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General  

Compared with healthy nonhypertensive patients, in patients with untreated hypertension undergoing anesthesia and operation,


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The central anticholinergic syndrome is LEAST likely to occur after administration of


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Maternal hyperventilation will result in


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