#Trauma Part 1 Multiple Choice Questions And Answers #MCQ

1/ Trauma and Injury Severity Score (TRISS) includes:

1) GCS + BP + RR

2) RTS + ISS + Age

3) RTS + ISS + GCS

4) RTS + GCS + Age

 

2/In case of blunt injury Thorax M.C. Complication is –

1) Pneumothorax

2) Rib #

3) Haemopneumothorax

4) Aortic rupture

3/Best prognostic factor for head injury is:

1) Glassgow coma scale

2) Age

3) Mode of injury

4) CT

4/Treatment of rib fracture :
a) Immediate thoracotomy
b) IPPV
c) Analgesics
d) Strapping
e) ICWSD

1) bc 2) c 3) ac 4) ad 5) bd

5/True about Flail chest ::
a) # of 3 or 4 ribs
b) Chestwall moves inwards during inspiration
c) Mechanical Ventilation always needed
d) Mediastinal shift
e) Ultimately leads to respiratory failure

1) abc 2) bcd 3) cde 4) acd 5) abe

6/Limb salvage can be done in all except :

1) Nerve injury

2) Vascular injury

3) Bone injury

4) Muscle injury

7/Management for CSF rhinorhoea is :

1) Plain x-ray and packing of nose.

2) Nasal packing only

3) Antibiotics and observation

4) Immediate surgery

8/CSF otorrhoea is caused by :

1) Fracture of cribriform plate

2) Fracture of parietal bone

3) Fracture of petrous temporal bone

4) Fracture of tympanic membrane

9/Early stage of trauma is characterized by :

1) Catabolism

2) Anabolism

3) Glycogenesis

4) Lipogenesis

10/What are the minimum and maximum possible values of Glasgow Coma Score?

1) Minimum = 0, Maximum = 13

2) Minimum = 0, Maximum = 15

3) Minimum = 3, Maximum = 15

4) Minimum = 3, Maximum = 18

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