Classify porphyrias. What is the basic metabolic defect. Describe the pathological changes of importance in relation to anaesthesia. Mention the safe anaesthetic agents for porphyria.2.
Describe the applied anatomy of internal jugular vein. Discuss the technique andcomplications of its cannulation.3.
Anaesthesia management in various radiological procedures4.
What are the principles of day care surgery. How would you solve various problems in suchcases.5.
Describe failure to regain consciousness after general anesthesia. How will you manage suchpatient.6.
Describe the recent advances in invasive monitoring techniques used during anesthesia.7.
Discuss the role of anesthetist outside the operation theatre.8.
Describe sterilization and safety features and maintenance of anaesthesia equipment.9.
Name the breathing circuits used commonly used in anesthesia. Discuss Bains circuit.10.
Discuss the control of intraocular pressure and its importance in the practice of ophthalmicanaesthesia. What are the measures taken to avoid increase in intraocular pressureperioperatively.11.
Discuss the clinical features and management of a case of organophosphorus poisoning.12.
Discuss the Preanaesthesia checkup and preparation of a patient for elective major surgery.What is its significance in anaesthesia practice.13.
Describe Pathophysiology of pain.14.
What is out patient anaesthesia or ambulatory anaesthesia and its advantages. How will youconduct such anaesthesia. Outline model of ambulatory anaesthesia unit.15.
Describe allergic drug reaction in anaesthesia. its Pathophysiology and management.