Q.1: Perioperative neuromuscular monitoring can be best tested on:

Options:
A) Facial nerve
B) Ulnar nerve
C) Radial nerve
D) Femoral nerve
Q.2: A patient with myasthenia gravis who is managed on oral neostigmine can be expected to have a prolonged response to which of the following agents during anaesthesia?
Options:
A) Succinylcholine
B) Atracurium
C) Lignocaine
D) Vecuronium
Q.3: Which of the following nerves are affected after Spinal anesthetic block?

Options:
A) Motor and sensory nerve only
B) Sensory and autonomic nerve only
C) Sensory nerves only
D) Sensory, autonomic, and motor nerves
Q.4: Postoperative "Shivering" (Early) is most commonly observed with?

Options:
A) Chloroform
B) Halothane
C) Trichloroethylene
D) Ether
Q.5: Which of the following is not a sign of stellate ganglion block?

Options:
A) Meiosis
B) Exopthalmos
C) Nasal congestion
D) Conjunctival redness
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