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Studied Master of Science at University of Kota
Live in Kota,India, Rajasthan
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  • Medulla Oblongata is involved in the minute-to-minute control of breathing. The medulla and the pons are involved in the regulation of the ventilatory pattern of respiration.

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  • The human nervous system consists of two distinct parts: the first being the central nervous system (CNS) which refers to the brain and spinal cord together and the second is the peripheral nervous system (PNS) which refers to the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral nerve trunks leading away from the spine to the limbs.

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  • Extraocular movements (CN 3, 4, 6) are examined by asking the patient to follow a finger or pen or card with the eyes. This tests cranial nerves 3 (oculomotor), 4 (trochlear), and 6 (abducens). CN3 mediates medial deviation and all other directions of movement not coordinated by CN4 and CN6.

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    Which of the following condition is characterized by severe, throbbing headache, flushing of the face and neck, bradycardia, and sudden severe hypertension? #nimhans #MBBS

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    Spinal shock.

    B

    Pulmonary embolism.

    C

    Malignant hypothermia.

    D

    Autonomic dysreflexia.

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  • Which of the following condition is characterized by severe, throbbing headache, flushing of the face and neck, bradycardia, and sudden severe hypertension? Autonomic Dysreflexia.

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  • A brain injury or another medical condition can cause growing pressure inside your skull. This dangerous condition is called increased intracranial pressure (ICP) and can lead to a headache. Many diseases or insults can result in the loss of cerebral autoregulation and lead to increased ICP, including traumatic brain injury, large acute ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, aneurysms, brain tumors and infection, such as abscess or severe meningitis.

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  • Head elevation above 30 degrees should be avoided in all cases. In most patients with intracranial hypertension, head and trunk elevation up to 30 degrees is useful in helping to decrease ICP, providing that a safe CPP of at least 70 mmHg or even 80 mmHg is maintained.The skull is filled with brain matter, intravascular blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). A process of auto-regulation allows these components to adjust to each other, which maintains a level ICP. When any of these volumes stop being regulated, pressure builds inside of the skull, resulting in increased ICP.

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    In which of the following condition have trends include increasing temperature and blood pressure and decreasing pulse and respiration? #nimhans #MBBS

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    Dementia.

    B

    Increased intracranial pressure.

    C

    Decreased intracranial pressure.

    D

    Cerebral aneurysm.

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  • In which of the following condition have trends include increasing temperature and blood pressure and decreasing pulse and respiration? Increased Intracranial Pressure.

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  • Which of the following position is used for lumbar puncture procedure? Lateral With The Legs Pulled Up And Head Bent Down Onto Chest.
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    Which of the following is used to test the unconscious patient’s peripheral response to pain? #nimhans #MBBS #medical <...

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    A

    Sternal rub.

    B

    Nail bed pressure.

    C

    Pressure on the orbital rim.

    D

    Squeezing of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

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  • Nail Bed Pressure. unconscious client can be done only by testing response to painful stimuli. Nail bed pressure tests a basic peripheral response. Cerebral responses to pain are tested using sternal rub, placing upward pressure on the orbital rim, or squeezing the clavicle or sternocleidomastoid muscle.

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    Which of the following is the best method of opening airway of the suspected cervical vertebrae injury?

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    B

    Head tilt- Chin lift.

    C

    Jaw thrust maneuver.

    D

    Modified head tilt-chin lift.

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  • Which of the following is the best method of opening airway of the suspected cervical vertebrae injury?
    Jaw Thrust Maneuver. which may include flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopes and videolaryngoscopes, continues to be a safe and successful choice for intubation of the cervical spine injury patients whether electively or emergently

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