MCQ on Gangrene

Gangrene Multiple Choice Questions

1. The optimal conditions for the development of gas gangrene occur when:

a) closed fractures; 

b) mechanical damage to the skin; 

c) burns II-IV degree; 

d) frostbite II–IV degree;

Answer: B

Typical local signs of gas gangrene are

a) inflammatory reaction, necrosis, edema, intoxication; 

b) absence of inflammatory reaction, edema, necrosis; 

c) edema, lymphangitis; 

d) elephantiasis;

Answer: B

The predominant localization of the process in gas gangrene is

a) head, neck; 

b) limbs; 

c) torso; 

d) perineum;

Answer: B

Nonspecific prevention of gas gangrene includes

a) primary surgical treatment of the wound; 

b) massive antibiotic therapy; 

c) administration of antigangrenous serum; 

d) chipping the wound with antibiotics;

Answer: A

When exposed to the body of pathogens of gas gangrene develop

a) numerous abscesses; 

b) detachment of the epidermis with necrosis of the subcutaneous tissue; 

c) gas formation with necrosis of muscles and connective tissue; 

d) traumatic shock;

Answer: C

Clinically, the following forms of gas gangrene are distinguished:

a) sharp, lightning fast; 

b) acute, subacute; 

c) acute, chronic; 

d) chronic, recurrent;

Answer: A

The most important therapeutic measures for gas gangrene are:

a) antishock therapy; 

b) the introduction of therapeutic doses of tetanus toxoid; 

c) desensitizing and antibacterial therapy; 

d) opening of the focus of infection with necrectomy and oxybarotherapy;

Answer: D

The characteristic signs of gas gangrene when examining a wound are: 

a) edema, hyperemia, purulent discharge; 

b) swelling, red spots and stripes on the skin; c) fetid discharge from the wound, pallor of the skin; 

d) emphysema, rapid increase in edema;

Answer: D

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