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Kartei Details

Karten 30
Lernende 27
Sprache English
Kategorie Medizin/Pharmazie
Stufe Universität
Erstellt / Aktualisiert 28.01.2017 / 04.06.2022
Lizenzierung Keine Angabe
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1) In pharmacological treatment in patients after traumatic brain injury, the following should not be used:

2) Which of the following statements describing thoracic acute aortic dissection is true:


Hint: about two thirds of people with aortic dissection, pulses in the arms and legs are diminished or absent.

3) The symptoms of increased intracranial pressure are:

  • 1/ nausea 
  • 2/ headache 
  • 3/ increased blood pressure
  • 4/ bradycardia
  • 5/ deteriorating of consciousness 

The correct answer is:



4) A 67-year-old man with intermittent claudication after 10-20 meters of pain free walking, with symptoms definitely worsened since several weeks. The patient has been conservatively treated for several years, including the use of anti-aggregation drugs. What should be suggested to such a person?

5) Acute lower limb ischemia can be caused by:

6) Chemical pleurodesis procedure is performed in patients:

7) The unconscious patient who does not open his eyes to pain, reacts in this situation defensively (flexion/withdrawal movements) and makes incomprehensible sounds, on the GCS scale will be assessed as score:



  • motor: command > localize pain > withdrawel from pain (w/ flexion) > decorticated (abnormal flexion to pain) > decerebrated (extension to pain) > nothing 

8) The consequences of a chest trauma which is not directly life threatening:



  • Flail chest describes a situation in which a portion of the rib cage is separated from the rest of the chest wall, usually due to a severe blunt trauma, such as a serious fall or a car accident.