ECG (Image based) Practice Test
AcrossPG Practice Test – Subjects – ECG MCQs contain 15 MCQs for recent trends of NBE and AIIMS.
Directions for the test:
- The test contain 15 single answer type MCQs.
- The test has a time limit of 15 min.
- The test can be taken by all registered members of AcrossPG. The explanations are available only to Members of AcrossPG Club and Contributors . If you are not registered, register here. The test can only be taken once.
- Each question carry 1 marks for correct answer. No negative marking.
- Your score and the average score will be displayed after the test. Your score will also be mailed to you after submitting the test.
- The correct answers to all the questions can be checked after finishing the test by clicking on SHOW QUESTIONS button. Please note that the correct answers will only be viewed once and will not be accessible once the result page is refreshed or closed.
- The test takers can choose to display their result on the public board. Otherwise the top ten ranks will be published.
- IMPORTANT: The PDF file containing the explanations of the test questions will be available in the email containing the result after completing the test to members of AcrossPG Club and Contributors only. If you face any problem in download, mail us at [email protected]
The Test is available to all the registered members of AcrossPG. Explanations are available only to AcrossPG Club Members and Contributors. To subscribe to Memberships CLICK HERE
ECG MCQs image based Practice Test
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ECG Practice Test.
This is a practice test containing 15 MCQs based on ECG problems and the time limit is 15 min.
Please note that ECG images may be small on the test screen. To enlarge the images, click on it. The enlarged image will open in new tab.
You will be able to take the test only one time and will receive the result via email at the end of the test. Explanations will be available to our Contributor Members and AcrossPG Club Members. The explanations download link will be send in the email containing the result after you finish the test.
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4. A 36 year-old woman who is 36 weeks pregnant presents to the emergency department with chest pain. Her pregnancy thus far has only been complicated by gestational diabetes which she has been able to manage with diet. She reports just over 3 h of substernal chest pain without radiation but with associate dyspnea. Past medical history and family history are unremarkable. Upon triage, her temperature is 37 °C, heart rate 92 bpm, blood pressure 152/90 mmHg (on both arms), respiratory rate 16/ min, O 2 saturation 100 % on room air. Her chest discomfort has improved with nitroglycerin sublingual but it persists and she appears uncomfortable. Jugular venous pressure does not appear elevated and she has normal cardiac and lung sounds.
Her triage ECG is shown below. Which of the following is correct regarding the next steps in management?
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6. A 24-year-old female heroin abuser presents with fever and malaise. She has been complaining of mild palpitations. She is normotensive, has a normal pulse oximetry on room air, but has a holosystolic murmur heard at the right lower sternal border. An ECG is performed. What would be the best next step?
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20-year-old student complains of palpitations. Attacks occur about once per year. They start suddenly, his heart feels very fast and regular, and he quickly feels breathless and faint. The attacks stop suddenly after a few minutes. There are no abnormalities on examination, and this is his ECG. What would be the next best step for the management of the patient?
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