Final FRCA MCQ /SBAs August 2011MCQS1. Blocking the max nerve at pterygopalatine fossa produces anaesthesia of:a. Upper molar teethb. Upper incisorc. Soft palated. Any 2/3 of Tonguee. Ant part of nasal septum2. Normal physiological response following operationa. Antidiuresis for 24 hoursb. Hyperglycaemiac. sodium retentiond. nitrogen loss from kidneye. potassium loss via kidney3. Regarding testicular seminoma:a. Less likely to metastasise than teratomab. Responds better to chemotherapy than a teratomac. Responds well to radiotherapyd. Presents typically with paine. Better prognosis than teratoma of testis4. Concerning biological potentials:a. The potential for EEG is 150 microvoltsb. Beta waves are 16-60Hzc. Alpha waves are 60-100 Hzd. EEG uses too low voltage to cause electrocutione. EMG will not interfere with EEG because it uses a different voltage5. What are the clinical features found in a patient with traumatic quadriplegia 48hours after injury?a. hypotension from controlled ventilationb. adductor spasms of legsc. deranged temperature controld. bradycardiae. urinary retentionCoventry collection: Many thanks to the candidates from August 2011 Course
Currently, wider use of evidence-based practice in community agencies is challenged by a lack of resources and support to help staff understand the research implications and apply the findings to work with their specific population (personal communication, B. Bledsoe, May 1, 2011).
Bledsoe said, "to achieve wider use of evidence-based practice in local agencies, schools of social work need to provide ongoing support to help agency staff translate research into practice" (B. Bledsoe, interview, May 1, 2011)