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  1. Which of the
following statements is FALSE
    Which of the following statements is FALSE
    Topics: Pharmacology, General Pharmacology
    Created on 03/12/2012 by Jason Scop
    Rating: 0.48 Difficulty: easy Answered: 25
  2. Which of the
following statements is TRUE
    Which of the following statements is TRUE
    Topics: Pharmacology, General Pharmacology
    Created on 03/12/2012 by Jason Scop
    Rating: 0.23 Difficulty: easy Answered: 20
  3. Which is wrong?
Sympathetic action causes
    Which is wrong? Sympathetic action causes
    Topics: Pharmacology, Autonomic Drugs
    Created on 03/12/2012 by Jason Scop
    Rating: 0.25 Difficulty: easy Answered: 25

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  1. CMAC intubation-Bougie video
    CMAC intubation-Bougie
    Despite a clear view, the ET tube is unable to be passed through the cords. As a result of the repeated attempts there is slight trauma to the posterior larynx. A bougie is then successfully used...
  2. CMAC intubation-Bougie video
    CMAC intubation-Bougie
    Despite a clear view, the ET tube is unable to be passed through the cords. As a result of the repeated attempts there is slight trauma to the posterior larynx. A bougie is then successfully used...
  3. Video Laryngoscopic intubations video
    Video Laryngoscopic intubations
    A beautiful intubation. A gentle approach down to the vallecula. Pressure is then exerted upwardly in the direction of the laryngoscope handle, lifting the epiglottis. The ET is inserted carefully....
    Created on 05/12/2012 by Jason Scop