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A. Maplelson C
B. Maplelson D
C. Maplelson A
D. Maplelson B
A. Spinal anaesthesia
B. Epidural anaesthesia
C. General anaesthesia
D. Local anaesthesia with nerve blocks
A. Color doppler
B. Bispectral index monitoring
C. Transesophageal echocardiography
D. Pulse plethysmography
A. Colour doppler
B. Pulse oximetry
C. End tidal CO2
D. Bispectral imaging
A. Thiopentone
B. ketamine
C. Halothane
D. Midazolam
A. Venous air embolism
B. Left lung collapse
C. Endotracheal tube in Oesophagus
D. Endotracheal tube blocked with secretions
A. Induction by I.V. scoline and N2O halothane for maintenance
B. Induction by I.V. propofol, N2O and O2 for maintenance
C. Induction by I.V. thiopentone and H2O and halothane for maintenance
D. Inhalational N2O, halothane and O2 for maintenance
A. He wanted to check the depth of anesthesia
B. He wanted to be sure that the BP did not fall
C. He wanted to see if there was an oculocardiac reflex
D. He wanted to make sure there was no ventricular dysrhythmias which normally accompany incision
A. Induction with intravenous suxamethonim and N2O;and oxygen for maintenance
B. Induction with intravenous thiopentone and N2O;and halothane for maintenance
C. Inhalation induction with inhalation halothane and N2O;and oxygen for maintenance
D. Induction with intravenous suxamethonim and N2O;and halothane for maintenance
A. Ketamine
B. Thiopentone
C. Diazepam
D. Propofol