KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2

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KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2

Station no: 1

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2
1. Name the condition in which first heart sound become loud
2. Why fourth heart sound is recorded
3. What is difference in 1st and 2nd heart sound
4. At which area we can auscultate fourth heart sound

Station no: 2

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2
1. Give the names of valves shown by arrows in this picture
2. How second heart sound produced
3. In which area Mitral valve situated
4. Which six points are noted when we auscultate the heart sound

Station no: 3

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2
1. What is the name of this machine
2. In which process this machine is used
3. How many types of heart sound
4. Give the names of added heart sounds

Station no: 4

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2
1. What does A, B, C and D shows in the diagram
2. What is spirogram
3. What is pulmonary volume and pulmonary capacity
4. What is functional residual capacity and which volume is included

Station no: 5

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE 2
1. What is spirometry
2. Define vital capacity. What is its normal value
3. In which condition vital capacity is descreased
4. Define residual volume and what is its normal value

PHYSIOLOGY OSPE Station no: 6

1. Label the above diagram of the heart. How many action of the heart
2. How many stages of cardiac cycle
3. What is normal heart rate and how much blood pumped by the heart per ventricle per minute
4. Define refractory period and its types

Station no: 7

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE
1. Label the above diagram and what is the time duration between each wave of ECG
2. Define ECG and ECG leads
3. What are the uses of ECG
4. What are the causes to produce each wave of ECG

Station no: 8

PHYSIOLOGY OSPE
1. Label the above diagram and define pulse pressure and mean blood pressure
2. Define total peripheral resistance and how it is controlled
3. How the blood pressure is regulated
4. How many phases (sounds) when we monitor the blood pressure

Station no: 9

KMC PHYSIOLOGY OSPE
1. Which vein is selected for JVP measurement
2. Define JVP and what is normal value for JVP
3. Define the x and y wave in JVP
4. Give any 2 causes for raised JVP

Station no: 10

1. What does A, B, C and D shows in the diagram
2. What is Tidal volume
3. What is vital capacity
4. Which method is used for the measuring functional residual capacity

Station no: 11

1. What does A, B, C and D shows in the diagram
2. What is cardiac cycle
3. Define isovolumic ventricular relaxation period
4. Define systole and Diastole

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