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Can somebody help the following EMI?

Q3)

A highly physical dependent in pt

B living in instituition

C living with another person

D male carer

E male patient

F poor previous relationship

G carer married to patient

H patient has dementia

1 give 2 risk factors for elder abuse ?

2 give 3 risk factors for carer distress

3 give 3 factors associated with INCREASE depression in elderly.

Q4)

A) Chi-square test

B) Anova

C) Fisher test

D) Cluster analysis

E) ANCOVA

F) PAIRED T TEST

G) Multiple regression

H) t test

I) kappa statistic

1. Demonstrate association of height (parametric) and ASPD PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF THIS DISORDER (choose 3)

2. Relation of conduct disorder and ASPD (choose 2)

3. ASPD vs height and IQ (height and IQ correlated) (choose 2)

Q5)

1.bioavailibility

2. half-life

3. first pass metabolism

4. Volume of distribution.

5. Zero order kinetics

6. None of these answers

7. first order kinetics

8. Renal excretion.

Which of these best demonstrates....

(Choose only one)

A. The mechanism by which p-glycoprotein regulates cerebral cortisol release.

B. An exponential graph.

C. The reason IV drugs work better than oral

Q6)

a Piramidal Neuron

b Astrocytes

c oligodendrocytes

d double bouquet cells

e schwann cells

f bering cells

g Chandelier cells

1- TWO involved in repairing myeline sheath of axons

2- TWO that have NMDA receptors... or that use glutamate as their transmitter

3- TWO that are efferent neurons

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For Q6)

I can only find:

1) Oligodendrocyte and Schwann cells

2) Pyramidal Neuron

How about other?

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Q4)  

A)      Chi-square test      

B)      Anova  

C)      Fisher test      

D)      Cluster analysis  

E)      ANCOVA      

F)      PAIRED T TEST  

G)      Multiple regression  

H)      t test    

I)      kappa statistic  

   

1. Demonstrate association of height (parametric) and ASPD PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF THIS DISORDER (choose  3)  

2. Relation of conduct disorder and ASPD (choose 2)    

3. ASPD vs height and IQ (height and IQ correlated) (choose 2)    

1. t-test, chi2, Fishers

2. paired t-test, chi2

3 multiple regression, ancova?

Any good?

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Q5)

1.bioavailibility

2. half-life

3. first pass metabolism

4. Volume of distribution.

5. Zero order kinetics

6. None of these answers

7. first order kinetics

8. Renal excretion.

Which of these best demonstrates....

(Choose only one)

A. The mechanism by which p-glycoprotein regulates cerebral cortisol release.

B. An exponential graph.

C. The reason IV drugs work better than oral

A. ??None of the above?? (After quick wiki search shows PGP is a membrane transport protein involved in transporting cortisol into the brain across BBB)

B. Zero order kinetics

C. First pass metabolism (although really it's the absence of this in IV)

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Q5)  

1.bioavailibility  

2. half-life  

3. first pass metabolism  

4. Volume of distribution.  

5. Zero order kinetics  

6. None of these answers  

7. first order kinetics  

8. Renal excretion.  

 

 

Which of these best demonstrates....    

(Choose only one)  

 

A. The mechanism by which p-glycoprotein regulates cerebral cortisol release.  

B. An exponential graph.  

C. The reason IV drugs work better than oral  

A. ??None of the above?? (After quick wiki search shows PGP is a membrane transport protein involved in transporting cortisol into the brain across BBB)

B. Zero order kinetics

C. First pass metabolism (although really it's the absence of this in IV)

B. First order kinetics

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Right.

In first order elimination, constant proportion is eliminated per unit time.(Exponential decay).

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Re: Question 4,

Confused ++++

I've read the bits in Lawrie, Mackintosh & Rao over and over and can't seem to differentiate between ANOVA, ANCOVA and multiple regression. It even states that ANCOVA and multiple regression are essentially the same.

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Aren't ancova and anova used for continuous data, while multiple regression is for categorical data?

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multiple regression is used when dependant variable is continuous.

logistic regression is used for categorical/binary dependant variable.

ANCOVA is essentially the same as multiple regression.

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Q5)  

1.bioavailibility  

2. half-life  

3. first pass metabolism  

4. Volume of distribution.  

5. Zero order kinetics  

6. None of these answers  

7. first order kinetics  

8. Renal excretion.  

 

 

Which of these best demonstrates....    

(Choose only one)  

 

A. The mechanism by which p-glycoprotein regulates cerebral cortisol release.  

B. An exponential graph.  

C. The reason IV drugs work better than oral  

A. ??None of the above?? (After quick wiki search shows PGP is a membrane transport protein involved in transporting cortisol into the brain across BBB)

B. Zero order kinetics

C. First pass metabolism (although really it's the absence of this in IV)

C- BIOAVAILABILITY

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Q5)

1.bioavailibility

2. half-life

3. first pass metabolism

4. Volume of distribution.

5. Zero order kinetics

6. None of these answers

7. first order kinetics

8. Renal excretion.

Which of these best demonstrates....

(Choose only one)

A. The mechanism by which p-glycoprotein regulates cerebral cortisol release. 6 NONE ACTIVE TRANSPORT/EFFUSION

B. An exponential graph. 7 FIRST ORDER KINETICS

C. The reason IV drugs work better than oral 3 FIRST PASS EFFECT

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Some from 2005:

Defence Mechanisms Linked to clinical story

denigration

Denial

Idealisation

Projective Identification

Reaction Formation

Sublimation

Splitting

intellectualisation

reaction formation

1 patient taken large overdose and admitted. wants to discharge herself. doctor feeling anxious about discharging her, patient now seems better PROJECTIVE IDENTIFICATION

2 patient tells of how his mother put him in care becoz she could not luk after him when in reality he was taken by social services as was found to be starving n poor self careis showing &nbsp:lol:ENIAL

3 a psychologist c/o pt telling him he was rude when last week pt told him he was the best psychologist.what is the psychologist forgeting..

DENIGRATION

amphetamine

ketamine

caffeine

alcohol

cocaine

phencyclidine

mushrooms

volatile gases

young guy depressed past 3 months dilated pupils, some muscle stiffness ---cocaine

Radio ligands and in which research scenario they are best employed.

[3H]SCH23390

3H(MDL)100907

[125I]NCQ

BTA-1 11C

[3H]-trans-H2PAT

Iomazenil

[3H]mepyramine

1 Investigating the extent of intact neurons after focal cortical ischaemia

2 Investigation the distribution of amyloid plaques in people affected with Alzheimer's

3 To investigate D2 receptor distribution.

Validity

a a sister screening for depression on ward selects 8 people with depression out of a total of nine who have depression

b a sister screening for depression on a ward selects 80 people who haven't got depression out of a total of 100 who havn't got depression

c we usually choose diagnostic categories from ICD 10

d concordance in diagnosis between GHQ and Becks depression inventory

e 95 % of people diagnosed with LBD screened with test x?? have Lewy Body Dementia

f the sister in a and b checks her figures and finds a total of 8 people with depression test positive from a total of 28 with depression on the ward

g some Alzhemers test that is very reliable for AD??

1Construct Validity

2Criterion Validity

3Divergent Validity

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CAN ANYONE REMEMBER THE EMI IN THE LAST EXAM SPRING 2006 ABOUT TRANSCRIPTION DNA/RNA?

AS IT IS SO LIKELY IT WILL RE-APPEAR? >:(

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Defence Mechanisms Linked to clinical story

denigration

Denial

Idealisation

Projective Identification

Reaction Formation

Sublimation

Splitting

intellectualisation

reaction formation

1 patient taken large overdose and admitted. wants to discharge herself. doctor feeling anxious about discharging her, patient now seems better PROJECTIVE IDENTIFICATION

2 patient tells of how his mother put him in care becoz she could not luk after him when in reality he was taken by social services as was found to be starving n poor self careis showing &nbsp:lol:ENIAL

3 a psychologist c/o pt telling him he was rude when last week pt told him he was the best psychologist.what is the psychologist forgeting..

DENIGRATION

I thought this one was

1) Projective Identification

2) Idealization (although I've seen the question differently worded)

3) Splitting

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Defence Mechanisms Linked to clinical story  

denigration  

Denial  

Idealisation  

Projective Identification  

Reaction Formation  

Sublimation  

Splitting  

intellectualisation  

reaction formation  

 

1 patient taken large overdose and admitted. wants to discharge herself. doctor feeling anxious about discharging her, patient now seems better  PROJECTIVE IDENTIFICATION  

 

2 patient tells of how  his mother put him in care becoz she could not luk after him when in reality he was taken by social services as was found to be starving n poor self careis showing  DENIAL

 

3 a psychologist c/o pt telling him he was rude when last week pt told him he was the best psychologist.what is the psychologist forgeting..  

DENIGRATION

I thought this one was

1) Projective Identification

2) Idealization (although I've seen the question differently worded)

3) Splitting

I agree with you Chris

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could somebody answer this one please

a. flurodeoxyglucose PET

b. flumazenil PET

c. oxygen5 PET

d. 123I Iomazenil SPECT

e. fMRI spectroscopy

f. volumetric MRI

g. t1 weighted MRI

2 tests for measuring neuronal loss in frontal lobe

2 tests for total brain volume loss

1 test for neuronal loss

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1.bioavailibility    

2. half-life    

3. first pass metabolism    

4. Volume of distribution.    

5. Zero order kinetics    

6. None of these answers    

7. first order kinetics    

8. Renal excretion.    

 

 

Which of these best demonstrates....      

(Choose only one)    

 

A. The mechanism by which p-glycoprotein regulates cerebral cortisol release.

B. An exponential graph.  

C. The reason IV drugs work better than oral  

A- 6

B - 2 half life always decreasing never reaches zero (zero order = flat straight line while 1st order is a striaght slope)

C - 1 (bioavalability is greater with IV's but this is partly due to lack of first pass metabolism but bioavailability is the immediate reason)

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a. flurodeoxyglucose PET

b. flumazenil PET

c. oxygen5 PET

d. 123I Iomazenil SPECT

e. fMRI spectroscopy

f. volumetric MRI

g. t1 weighted MRI

1. 2 tests for measuring neuronal loss in frontal lobe

2. 2 tests for total brain volume loss

3. 1 test for neuronal loss

not totally convinced by these used google a little and some lecture notes

1. d, e

2. f, g

3. a

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1. EEG CHANGES

A. Normal EEG

B. Reduced beta rhythm

C. Increased beta rhythm

D. Paroxysmal frontal lobe discharge

E. Spikes and waves

F. Generalised slowing with conserved alpha rhythm frontally.

G. Triphasic waves

1. An 80 old widower, miserable, not sleeping or eating, appears depressed (2 options) A,C

2. A 75 year old woman, gradually more forgetful over the past 2 years (2 options) F,B

3. A 70 year old man, with disinhibition, change in personality, mild memory impairment (2 options) C,E

5. GENETICS

A. Heritability

B. Epigenetic

C. Penetrance

1. The term that describes the proportion of phenotypic variation in a population that is attributable to genetic variation-A

2. The term that describes the transmission of genetic information without this information being encoded in the DNA - C

3. The term that explains how the same genotype can lead to different phenotypes -B

6. GROUP THERAPY

A. Sub-grouping

B. Pairing

C. Interpretation

D. Universality

E. Counterdependence

F. Dependence

G. Free floating discussion

1. Two characteristics of a psychodynamic opientated group-B,G

2. Two features that improve outcome in group therapy -C,D

3. Two features that pose a problem in group therapy -B,F

8. STATISTICS (can't really remember-it did not make sense to me in the first place anyway)

A survey that tries to ascertain the prevalence of hyperkinetic disorder is been done. Height and sex are also recorded. 20 years later the same population is being screened for antisocial personality disorder. Height is normally distributed in the population.

A. t-test

B. t-paired test

C. Mann-Whitney test

D. Chi square test

E. Cluster analysis

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1. three simple tests to see if there is an association between height and hyperkinetic disorder &nbsp:lol:,A,C

2. two simple tests to see if there is an association between sex and hypekinetic disorder &nbsp:lol:,C

3. two tests to see if height and sex have an association with subsequent development of antisocial personality disorder in patients with hyperkinetic disorder ??

please chip in and correct me guys

thanks

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