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nisha_s22
Aim NEET PG 2012

Which treatment is correct in the case described below?
a 48 y/o man with typical chest pain refered to emeregency ward, the vital signs were normal and stable after arrival. immidiately after administrating TNG infusion, the blood pressure decreased to 85/50. which treatment you choose to increase the blood pressure?1.dopamine 2.dobutamine 3.atropine 4.normal saline 5.ringer[/list]

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vatsavas
Aim FMGE

doubutamine wht do u say

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