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  1. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA Dr. K K Sawlani Department of Medicine KGMU, Lucknow

  2. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • Hypokalemia is defined as serum potassium less then • 5.0 meq/L • 4.5 meq/L • 3.5 meq/L • 2.5 meq/L Answer c

  3. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • All of the following can cause hypokalemia because of transcellular shift except • Beta blockers • Insulin • Metabolic alkalosis • Periodic paralysis Answer a

  4. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • Hypokalemia is associated with metabolic acidosis in which of the following • Diuretic use • Vomiting • Diarrhoea • Hyperaldosteronism Answer c

  5. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • All of the following ECG changes can occur in hypokalemia except • ST depression • Flattening of T wave • Apperance of Q wave • Short QT interval Answer d

  6. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • Clinical features of hypokalemia include all except • Muscle weakness • Paralytic ileus • Ventricular arrythmias • Seizures Answer d

  7. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • All of the following drugs can cause hypokalemia except • Loop diuretics • Amphotericin B • Chloroquine • Cycosporine Answer c

  8. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • Maximum concentration of potassium infusion in hypokalemia through peripheral line should be • 40 meq/L • 60 meq/L • 80 meq/L • 100 meq/L Answer a

  9. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • The rate at which iv infusion of potassium is administered is usually • 20 meq/hr • 50 meq/hr • 60 meq/hr • 80 meq/hr Answer a

  10. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • Hypokalemia associated with normal blood pressure can occur in which oh the following condition • Hyperaldosteronism • Liddle’s syndrome • Bartter’s sundrome • Cushing’s disease Amswer c

  11. MCQs HYPOKALEMIA • Reference: Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine , 18TH EDITION. Chapter: 45 Fluid and electrolyte disturbances pp 351-455