Anesthesia for Normal Patient: Clinical Examination and Preparation
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Anesthesia for Normal Patient: Clinical Examination and Preparation

This quiz covers the clinical examination and preparation process for providing anesthesia to a normal patient. Topics include taking patient history, conducting laboratory examinations, and assessing various risk factors.

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What is the purpose of examining the patient clinically before anesthesia?

To assess the patient's history and perform necessary tests

What is the minimum Hb% level required for a patient to undergo the operation?

More than 10

When is fasting required before the operation?

At least 6 hours before the operation

Which medication is given if the patient's heart rate is below 50 b/min?

<p>Atropine</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is used for muscle relaxation during induction for anesthesia?

<p>Pancuronium</p> Signup and view all the answers

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