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Liver failure short test

This test will be forwarded to your supervisor only if he/she has contacted the training and education group.

  

1. A patient with grade 3 hepatic encephalopathy will be: *



2. Which of the following are involved in the pathogenesis of hepatic encephalopathy *



3. The production of which clotting factors requires vitamin K? *



4. Which of the following patients would be considered for liver transplantation after paracetamol overdose? *



5. In which of the following patients would liver transplantation be contraindicated? *



6. Which of the following should be given to all patients with acute liver failure? *



7. A patient with acute liver failure has a blood glucose of 2.1 mmol/l. Which of the following would be an appropriate response? *



8. A ventilated patient with acute liver failure is found to have a dilated, unreactive pupil. The best response would be to *



9. The usual antibiotic prophylaxis given to a patient with acute liver failure would be *



10. A patient in ICU with acute liver failure has a PT of 95 seconds. There is no bleeding, but the patient’s central line has fallen out. The correct management would be to *



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Acute Liver Failure MCQ

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