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FMGE Sep 2013


All the Best to all classmates who are appearing for FMGE Sep 29th 2013

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Information regarding Procedure for PROVISIONAL REGISTRATION in Delhi.


Procedure given below was assumed for Andhra Pradesh Students.

Provisional registration & Permanent registration is done at:

Medical Council of India, Pocket- 14, Sector – 8, Dwarka Phase –1, New Delhi – 110077, INDIA.

Have to submit:

-TWO DD’S

  • 100 RS FOR INTERMEDIATE BOARD {Rs.100/- in favor of Secretary, B.I.E. , A.P. , Hyderabad.
  • 1000 RS FOR PROVISIONAL REGISTRATION {OF “THE SECRETARY, MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA”, PAYABLE AT NEW DELHI. }  {Behind the dd’s mention ur name, father name. purpose of the dd , and ur signature }

-APPLICATION FORM {the photo that is pasted on application should be attested}

-WHITE PAPER WITH TWO PHOTOS AND SIGNATURE UNDER THE PHOTOS

-PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE + 4 COPIES

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPT + 4 COPIES

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-INTERMIDATE ORIGINAL +4 COPIES

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-4 PHOTOCOPIES OF 10TH

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-4 PHOTOCOIES OF MEDICAL COUNCIL ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATE

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-TWO PHOTOCOPIES OF SCREENING TEST RESULT PAPER.

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-PHOTOCOPY OF PASSPORT PAGES

  • {ONLY TRAVEL DATE PAGES AND FRONT N BACK PAPER OF THE PASSPORT.}
  • {Every page should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

Note: SAME ORDER SHOULD BE FOLLOWED OR ELSE YOUR WORK WILL NOT BE DONE.

Useful Information for Indian Students


1. MBBS Course:

· Joined on: 08-10-2007

· Completed on: 08-06-2012

2. Name of the medical institution: Southeast University

Address of registering authority:

College of International Students, Southeast University
2 Si Pai Lou, Nanjing 210096, P.R.China,
0086-25-83793022(T), 0086-25-83792737(F),

3. School Academic Years:

Academic Year

Semester

Duration

1st

1st & 2nd

October 2007 — June 2008

2nd

3rd & 4th

September 2008 — July 2009

3rd

5th & 6th

September 2009 — July 2010

4th

7th & 8th

September 2010 — July 2011

5th

9th & 10th

September 2011 — June 2012

 

Note: All Indian students who are appearing FMGE (MCI) exam have to fill the same information in their application form.

New list of Chines Medical Institutions admitting International Students for Academic Year 2012-2013.


MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA
Pocket-14, Sector-8 Dwarka
New Delhi – 110077

It is stated that Council has received a letter from  the PRC Ministry of Education,  which they mentioned that the International Cooperation and Exchange Department of the Ministry of Education of People’s Republic of China Ministry, has presents its compliments to the Indian Embassy for enrolment of Foreign Students in Under Graduate Clinical and Oral Medicine courses for the academic year 2012-2013.

They have further stated that the Department of Education of Peoples Republic of China has institutionalized the enrolment plan for 2012-2013 which include 50 colleges/universities teaching in English medium. Further they have enclosed a list of 50 Colleges/Universities and other related information can be downloaded from their website i.e. www.studyinchina.edu.cn.

The names of 50 universities are mentioned as under:-

Sl.No.

Name of School

Plan to Enroll in 2012-13

1.

Capital Medical University

100

2.

Tianjin Medical University

200

3.

Hebei Medical University

120

4.

Dalian Medical University

200

5.

China Medical University

120

6.

Jilin University

120

7.

Harbin Medical University

100

8.

Fudan University

30

9.

Tongji University

30

10.

Southeast University

120

11.

Nanjing Medical University

100

12.

Soochow University

100

13.

Zhejiang University

120

14.

Wenzhou Medical College

150

15.

Shandong University

80

16.

Qingdao University

60

17.

Zhengzhou University

200

18.

Wuhan University

120

19.

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

120

20.

Central South University

120

21.

Sun Yat-Sen University

100

22.

Southern Medical University

180

23.

Guangxi Medical University

110

24.

Sichuan University

120

25.

Chongqing Medical University

120

26.

Xi’an Jiaotong University

120

27.

Xinjiang Medical University

150

28.

Nantong University

60

29.

Fujian Medical University

90

30.

Anhui Medical University

50

31.

Nanchang University

160

32.

Guangzhou Medical University

30

33.

Jiamusi University

150

34.

Beihua University

100

35.

Ningxia Medical University

60

36.

Shantou University

15

37.

Lanzhou University

15

38.

Kunming Medical University

80

39.

Taishan Medical University

150

40.

Xuzhou Medical College

80

41.

Ningbo University

60

42.

Weifang Medical University

60

43.

Dali University

150

44.

Xiamen University

80

45.

Shihezi University

80

46.

Jiangsu University

90

47.

China Three Gorges University

50

48.

Yangzhou University

60

49.

Liaoning Medical University

100

50.

Hebei United University

50

Pharmacology 1-30 FMGE MCQs


Pharmacology

1.Which drug name is not a generic name?

A.Atropine

B. Valium

C. Ipratropium

D. Hyoscine

2.Which of the following is not a pharmacokinetic property of a drug?

A. Metabolism

B. Protein-binding

C. Absorption

D. Receptor-binding

3. Sodium hydrogen carbonate is sold as a drug under various names such as alkali, baking soda, uracol, and sodium bicarbonate. Which of the following is considered a proprietary name for this substance?

A. Uracol

B. Sodium bicarbonate

C. Sodium hydrogen carbonate

D. Baking soda

4. Drugs are often protein-bound in the bloodstream. What is the principal protein that does this best?

A. Fibrinogen

B. Albumin

C. Haemoglobin

D. Gamma globulin

5. Natural vitamin E is usually given in gelatine capsules dissolved in soybean oil. Which word would best described the property of vitamin E in this process?

A. Lipophobic

B. Hydrophilic

C. Lipophilic

D. Hydroxylation

6. The principal site of drug metabolism is the:

A. kidneys

B. stomach

C. colon

D. liver

7. The most efficient absorption of a drug takes place in the ileum if the drug is:

A. non-ionised at a pH of ~6

B. a weak base

C. ionised at a pH of ~8

D. a weak acid

8. What is the basic mechanism of action of an osmotic diuretic such as urea?

A. Physical

B. Chemical

C. Enzyme inhibition

D. Receptor activation

9. A drug administered to a person produced a blood concentration of 900 ng/L after 3 hours. After a further 5 hours the concentration had fallen to 300 ng/L. What is the approximate half-life of this drug assuming zero kinetics?

A. 5 hours

B. 3 hours

C. 4.5 hours

D. 3.5 hours

10. Morphine and pentazocine both act upon similar receptors in the central nervous system and produce analgesia. If pentazocine is given to a morphine addict it may produce withdrawal symptoms. What kind of action does pentazocine have at opioid receptors?

A. A full antagonist action

B. A partial agonist action

C. A full agonist action

D. An inhibitor action

11. Which of these drugs is a potent enzyme inhibitor in the liver?

A. Famotidine

B. Nizatidine

C. Ranitidine

D. Cimetidine

12. Under what conditions is it most important to store sodium nitroprusside?

A. Protected from heat

B. Protected from moisture

C. Protected from cold

D. Protected from light

13. It is possible to refer to a medication using different names. Which type of name is best to use in clinical practice?

A. The medication’s trade name.

B. The medication’s proprietary name.

C. The medication’s chemical name.

D. The medication’s generic name.

14. A drug’s margin of safety is the dose range which places it:

A. above both the minimum effective concentration (mec) and maximum safe concentration (msc)

B. below the maximum safe concentration (msc) and above the minimum effective concentration (mec)

C. above the maximum safe concentration (msc) and below the minimum effective concentration (mec)

D. below both the maximum safe concentration (msc) and minimum effective concentration (mec)

15. Blood cell lysis is associated with which type of hypersensitivity reaction?

A. IV

B. III

C. II

D. I

16. Placental drug transfer is affected by the drug’s:

A. molecular size only

B. affinity for plasma proteins only

C. concentration gradient across the placenta only

D. all of the above affect placental drug transfer

17. In reference to the use of medicines in pregnancy, a category X drug is described as a medicine:

A. where animal studies may be inadequate, but there is no evidence of foetal damage

B. that has no proven harmful effects on the foetus

C. have a high risk of causing irreversible damage to the foetus

D. where the harmful effects on the foetus may be reversible

18. A slow acetylator administered a drug metabolised in this way may warrant:

A. an increase in drug dosage

B. a decrease in drug dosage

C. no special considerations in their care

D. more frequent dosage

19. Parenteral drug absorption in a person with congestive cardiac failure might be expected to result in:

A. higher blood concentration and a lower concentration at the injection site

B. lower blood concentration and a higher concentration at the injection site

C. higher blood concentration and a higher concentration at the injection site

D. lower blood concentration and a lower concentration at the injection site

20. Which of the following physiological states would be expected to result in higher plasma levels if the drug was hydrophilic?

A. When taking the drug with food

B. Diuresis

C. An increase in gut peristalsis

D. In hepatic disorders

21. Which of the following statements is applicable when administering a drug to a paediatric client?

A. Involve the parents in the procedure

B. In order to gain the child’s co-operation tell the child that injections don’t hurt.

C. Prepare the medications in front of the child.

D. Avoid the oral route when giving a drug to a young child.

22. Generally, the most reliable indicator for paediatric dose calculations is:

A. age

B. bodyweight

C. sex

D. body surface area

23. Why is it important to assess the number of medications an elderly client is taking?

A. Solely to minimise drug interactions

B. Solely to minimise adverse drug reactions

C. Only because the person may be seeing a number of doctors who do not communicate with each other about the drugs they have prescribed

D. All of the above

24. Which of the following factors would not be expected to contribute to compliance with drug treatment in the elderly?

A. Individualised medication education

B. Complicated drug regimens

C. Use of a dosette box

D. Thorough assessment of clients

25. If aspirin is administered together with warfarin, what is the most likely outcome with respect to protein binding?

A. There will be more unbound (free) form of the warfarin available, leading to a decreased bleeding tendency.

B. There will be more bound form of the warfarin available, leading to an increased bleeding tendency.

C. There will be more bound form of the warfarin available, leading to a decreased bleeding tendency.

D. There will be more free (or unbound) form of the warfarin available, leading to increased bleeding tendency.

26. Which of the following is not a type of phase I metabolism?

A. Removal or addition of an active molecule group on a drug.

B. Conjugation of a drug with a polar molecule to render the product soluble for excretion.

C. Oxidation of a drug.

D. Reduction and hydrolysis of a drug.

27. _______ medications have a larger volume of distribution in neonates and young infants compared with adults and therefore require a larger dose to reach therapeutic levels.

A. highly protein bound

B. hydrophilic and lipophilic

C. hydrophilic

D. lipophilic

28. In which state are drugs more likely to be well absorbed?

A. Polar

B. Un-ionised

C. Charged

D. Hydrophilic

29. In a case of poisoning, a drug with which apparent volume of distribution would be most effectively cleared from the body by haemodialysis?

A. 50 L/kg

B. 0.57 L/kg

C. 0.04 L/kg

D. 3 L/kg

30. The parameters that contribute to determining the drug half-life are:

A. clearance and apparent volumegggof distribution

B. apparent volume of distribution and plasma drug concentration

C. loading dose and clearance

D. frequency of administration and plasma drug concentration

Pediatric Developmental Milestones


The Most Important Part in Pediatrics for FMGE is “Pediatric developmental Milestones”.

Summarized Version of the milestones is here for you. You can either download or view the milestones below.

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES

Census 2011 of India: Imp. for FMGE


Census 2011 Results:

If you are appearing for FMGE exam after March 2011,                                 You need to know the facts of Census 2011 which were updated by the Indian Govt. on 15th March2011.                                                                            This is why I have included this page to help you review the new Census data.

SUMMARISED DATA:


  • 1. General Date:

Census-2011-results1

  • Other Info:

Data1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download the book: Provisional Population totals, India 2011.

Published by Office of registrar general and census commission,India.

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