PDA

View Full Version : Plz Answer this



dussamkumar
11-18-2006, 12:47 PM
A patient is undergoing Haemodialysis which of the folloging should be restored as sooon as possible?
Digoxin, Vancomycin, Phenytoin, Theophylline.
why plz explain.
thanks
Inadequeate eradication of H Pylori causes what?
Pernecious anemia, pancreatis, gastric lymphoma, hiatal hernia.
plz explain why.

khadija
11-18-2006, 02:02 PM
A patient is undergoing Haemodialysis which of the folloging should be restored as sooon as possible?
Digoxin, Vancomycin, Phenytoin, Theophylline.
why plz explain.
thanks
Inadequeate eradication of H Pylori causes what?
Pernecious anemia, pancreatis, gastric lymphoma, hiatal hernia.
plz explain why.


will chose phenotoin avoided in renal failure case .look in seizurechapter about that drug.

second i will say hiatal hernia. has more commun send to me ,

we are missing Ohm here:grad:

dussamkumar
11-18-2006, 10:39 PM
thanks khadija,
but it is not the right answer, because, it is related to plasma protein binding. i understand some concept, but i cant answer this with my knowledge, any one plz help.

lite
11-19-2006, 02:28 AM
A patient is undergoing Haemodialysis which of the folloging should be restored as sooon as possible?
Digoxin, Vancomycin, Phenytoin, Theophylline.
why plz explain.
thanks
Inadequeate eradication of H Pylori causes what?
Pernecious anemia, pancreatis, gastric lymphoma, hiatal hernia.
plz explain why.


i think it`s digoxin & the 2nd is pern. anemia if am write let me know to post my explanation :hmm:

lite
11-19-2006, 03:47 AM
1.what is…….. parametric study, power of the method, level of significance, alpha error, beta error, standard error..?
michels addition...?

2.which one is bacterial vaccine:
mumps, rubella, plague, polio

i think question no. 2 is wrong cuz i checked all of them & they all are viral :rolleyes:

Ohm
11-19-2006, 02:44 PM
Hi friends

A patient is undergoing Haemodialysis which of the folloging should be restored as sooon as possible?
Digoxin, Vancomycin, Phenytoin, Theophylline.

Inadequeate eradication of H Pylori causes what?

H. Pylori effect the homeostasis of different micronutrients especially Iron, Folic acid, B12, alfa tocopherol, vit C and B-carotene.

So the answer should be Pernecious anemia.

Ohm
11-19-2006, 02:59 PM
Hi lite

1.what is…….. parametric study, power of the method, level of significance, alpha error, beta error, standard error..?
michels addition...?
I guess it is standerd error, where you are using the standered deviation, and mean.
level of significance . alfa error, beta error are null hypothesis terms.



2.which one is bacterial vaccine:
mumps, rubella, plague, polio
it is plague caused by bacteria named yersinia pestis

Wish you all very best.

Ohm

lite
11-19-2006, 08:20 PM
[quote=Ohm;394218]Hi lite

1.what is…….. parametric study, power of the method, level of significance, alpha error, beta error, standard error..?
michels addition...?
I guess it is standerd error, where you are using the standered deviation, and mean.
level of significance . alfa error, beta error are null hypothesis terms.



2.which one is bacterial vaccine:
mumps, rubella, plague, polio
it is plague caused by bacteria named yersinia pestis

Wish you all very best.


thanks ohm .. but i thought plague is the yellow fever that`s transfered by a mosquito? i`m confused !!!!! i don`t know :rolleyes:

mtvua
11-20-2006, 11:52 AM
Infection with H. pylori is the most important risk factor for gastric cancer. Other risk factors include chronic gastritis (inflammation of the stomach); older age; being male; a diet high in salted, smoked, or poorly preserved foods and low in fruits and vegetables; certain types of anemia; smoking cigarettes; and a family history of stomach cancers.
http://www.cancer.gov/newscenter/pressreleases/HPylori