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Q.1
What is the first priority in managing a patient with TBI? *

Q.2
For the best possible outcome, systolic blood pressure should be maintained above: *

Q.3
Colloids such as Hextend/Hespan should be avoided in TBI patients. *

Q.4
Calculate a GCS of a patient with: Opens eyes to verbal commands, answers questions using inappropriate word, and is able to localize to painful stimuli. *

Q.5
Even a single episode of hypotension or hypoxia can double the TBI patients odds of death. *

Q.6
Prophylactic hyperventilation is an appropriate means to control ICP through hypocapnia and its associated vasoconstrictions. *

Q.7
Which of the following would be the best fluid of choice for a TBI patient with a B/P of 68/40? *

Q.8
Which of the following can help you the LEAST when estimating the presence ICP in the TBI patient during PFC? *

Q.9
Which of the following vital signs represents Cushings Triad / Reflex? *

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