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1 MCQ ( PARENTERAL NUTRITION PN)
Parenteral nutrition is to feed a patient either at hospital or at home : i.v i.m s.c PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

2 MCQ ( PARENTERAL NUTRITION PN)
Parenteral nutrition is indicated in both malnutrition or at risk of malnutrition : true false PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Body mass index is measured in : Kg/m2 Kg/m m/kg2 PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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PN formula is a (sterile,balanced,nutritive,stable,i.v) solution or : Suspension Emulsion Elixir PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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PN is indicated if GIT is inaccessible only True False PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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When GIT is not accessible , we use tube feeding for a short time through : Rectal route I.v route Naso-pharyngeal route PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Correction of dehydration is through adding water and : Amino acids Electrolytes L-amino acids PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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L-glutamine is included in PN formulation as dipeptide form due to its low : Activity Polarity Solubility PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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PN solutions are expressed in nitrogen content , one gram nitrogen equals …. Grams of proteins 5.25 6.25 7.25 PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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The amino acids solutions are : Hypertonic Isotonic Hypotonic PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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BMR is termined by Schofield equaion which is depending on both sex and : Age Weight Height PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Combination of glucose and lipids as asource of energy is termed : Bi-energy Dual-energy Mixed-energy PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Which of the following glucose solution concentration is infused peripherally: 5% 10% 25% PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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1 gram fat gives …. Kcal. 5 10 15 PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Which of the following is not a microelement : Flourine Zinc Sodium PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Excess of water soluble vitamins is excreted in : Urine Stool Sweat PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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While microelements are 10 in count, electrolytes are : 3 4 5 PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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The main side effect of peripheral administration of PN is : Phlebitis and thrombophlebitis Occlusion Nephritis PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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PICC is : Central route Peripheral route Both of them PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Central PN is achieved through either jugular or sub-clavian vein , while one the following is not preferd : Brachial Femoral Cephalic PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Which one of the following may be infused: A cracked-lipid emulsion A creamy-lipid emulsion PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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A reaction is started by a condensation reaction of the carbonyl group of glucose and amino group of amino acids. Maillard Schofield Harttman PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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As insulin,PN solutions should not be : Cooled Freezed Agitated PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Adding drugs to infused solutions is termed: X-site co-administration Y-site co-administration Z-site co-administration PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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Line-occlusion is catheter-related complication of PN feeding, while hyperglycemia is : Metabolic complication Infectious complication Destabilisation comlication PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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In a renal failure case , PN solution volume in oligouric phase is : Low Medium High PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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In renal failure, which of these forms of vitamin D should presciped: Cholecalciferol Mono-hydroycholecalciferol Di-hydroycholecalciferol PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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In hepatic patients where cyclic PN is encouraged, low glucose and lipid is precripedto avoid: Chloelithiasis Lipogenesis Hyperglycemia PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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PN should be started in neonates from day : 1 2 3 PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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PN should be started in neonates from day : 1 2 3 PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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A 20% lipid emulsion is prefered in neonates to 10% one due to its high content of phospholipid and low content in : Cholestereol Aminoacids Triglycerides PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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After a long mal-nutrition period, one should be gradually given PN and adgusted for K,Mg,PO4 to avoid : Cushing syndrome Refeeding syndrome Hypernatraemia PAREMTERAL NUTRITION (MCQ)

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