By Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD DM (HC) FRCP FRCP(Edin), Michael L Clark MD FRCP
What reasons high blood pressure in childrens?
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Question 47 What is sphincter of Oddi dysfunction? Question 48 I would like to know: what is the role of lysosomal hydrolases (cathepsin B) in the pathogenesis of acute pancreatitis? Question 49 What is the role of octreotide in management of acute pancreatitis? Question 50 Why does paralytic ileus occur in pancreatitis? Question 51 How sensitive is the increase in serum lipase levels in the case of acute pancreatitis? Question 52 What is the association between chronic pancreatitis and peripheral vascular disease (PVD)?
Gastroparesis) and likewise bowel sounds can help determine the status of developing ileus. Would you agree that this is therefore a diagnostic tool? Question 33 Is it hazardous to give aspirin in the antiplatelet doses (75–325 mg/day) to a patient with a past history of haematemesis proved to be from a peptic ulcer? Question 34 36 How can upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding be distinguished from lower GI bleeding by using faecal analysis? g. omeprazole)? What is the role of these, if the source of bleeding is not peptic or duodenal ulcer?
2. Answer 15 No, unlike carbohydrates, which are hydrolysed to monosaccharides and then absorbed, proteins are broken down to small peptides and only some amino acids prior to absorption. g. isoamyl alcohol) are produced. It is thought that these ‘congeners’ play a big role in ‘hangovers’! Port and bourbon have a higher congener content than gin and vodka. Obviously, the quantity drunk also plays a role! 2 Ranges of body mass index (BMI) used to classify degrees of overweight and associated risk of comorbidities WHO classification BMI (kg/m2) Risk of comorbidities Overweight Obese Class I Class II Class III 25–30 Ͼ30 30–35 35–40 Ͼ 40 Mildly increased Moderate Severe Very severe 31 5 Nutrition Answer 17 Cholesterol is synthesized in the body, mainly in the liver.
1000 questions & answers from clinical medicine by Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD DM (HC) FRCP FRCP(Edin), Michael L Clark MD FRCP