BONUS Q-32 All of the following statement regarding interactions of ciprofloxacin are correct except.

  1. Toxicity of warfarin occurs
  2. NSAIDs enhance CNS toxicity of ciprofloxacin
  3. Iron salts reduce absorption of cipro-floxacin
  4. Dose of theophylline should be reduced.

Ans 32: (d)Dose of theophylline should be reduced

Q-40 A 70-year-old man has type 2 diabetes that is normally well controlled on an oral sulphonylurea. He presents with an episode of hypoglycaemia. On history he tells that his general practitioner recently started him on a new tablet. Which one of the following drugs would account for his symptoms?

  1. Lithium
  2. Co-trimoxazole
  3. Rifampicin
  4. Bendroflumethiazide

Ans 40: (b) Co-trimoxazole.

Q-67 An 8 year-old girl was found to have the nephrotic syndrome. The commonest cause of this disorder in children is

  1. Acute proliferative glomerulonephritis
  2. Membranous glomerulonephropathy
  3. Minimal change glomerulonephropathy
  4. Nephroblastoma (Wilms’ tumor)

Ans-67: (c) Minimal change glomerulonephropathy

Q-74 Level of prevention that includes specific protection:

a. Primordial

b. Primary

c. Secondary

d. Tertiary

Ans 74:(b) Primary

BONUS Q-82 Incorrect statement regarding polio vaccines is

a. Inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) is given by subcutaneous injection.

b. Remote risk of vaccine-associated paralytic disease is associated with sabin vaccine.

c. Sabin vaccine is given orally (OPV).

d. Sabin vaccine replicate in the oropharynx and intestinal tract and can be spread to other persons.

Ans 82: (b) Remote risk of vaccine-associated paralytic disease is associated with sabin

BONUS Q-97 A 12-yr-old girl receives cranial, neck, and spinal irradiation for cancer.All of the following are likely long-term sequelae of the radiotherapy except:

a. Interstitial fibrosis

b. Scoliosis

c. Impaired cognition and intelligence

d. Pituitary dysfunction

Ans 97:(d) Pituitary dysfunction

Q-166 Orchiopexy for undescended testes is done ideally at what age?

a. Neonate

b. 1-2 yrs

c. 5 yrs

d. Puberty

Ans-166: (b) 1-2 yrs

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