QBase Anaesthesia: Volume 4, MCQs for the Anaesthesia by Henry G. W. Paw

By Henry G. W. Paw

A massive a part of the FRCA exam are a number of selection questions. QBase Anaesthesia four is far greater than only a booklet giving 5 units exam papers, in teams of sixty questions, mirroring the structure of the hot basic exam. It additionally comes with a loose CD-ROM (see QBase Anaesthesia 1, 2 or three for details).

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Temperature compensation in the Fluotec 4 vaporiser is acheived by way of a bimetallic strip, which controls the amount of flow through the exit port of the vaporising chamber. The large surface area is provided by a concentric helix, which is bounded by the fabric wicks. If accidentally inverted, the liquid agent will not spill into the bypass. This is one of the new upgrade features from the Fluotec 3 vaporiser. Ref: A Davey, J T B Moyle, C S Ward. Wards Anaesthetic Equipment, 3rd ed. W B Saunders, 1992.

W F Ganong. Review of Medical Physiology, 18th ed. Lange, 1997. Question 26 A. FALSE B. TRUE C. TRUE D. FALSE E. FALSE There is an increase in minute ventilation (tidal volume increases more than the respiratory rate). Despite the increased CO2 production, the PaCO2 is reduced from 5 kPa to 4 kPa at term. Because of the greater O2 consumption and a lowered FRC, there is quicker desaturation when apnoeic. Because of increased alveolar ventilation and the lowered FRC, there is a more rapid uptake of inhalational agent.

TRUE C. FALSE D. TRUE E. TRUE Back pressure is overcome by the construction of a long inlet tube to the vaporising chamber so that retrograde flow from the vaporiser chamber does not reach the bypass channel. Temperature compensation in the Fluotec 4 vaporiser is acheived by way of a bimetallic strip, which controls the amount of flow through the exit port of the vaporising chamber. The large surface area is provided by a concentric helix, which is bounded by the fabric wicks. If accidentally inverted, the liquid agent will not spill into the bypass.

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