PLACEMENT CRITERIA FOR FORTIS HEALTHCARE LIMITED
Fortis Healthcare Limited is a leading integrated healthcare delivery provider. The healthcare expands its sectors like diagnostics, primary care with an asset in 11 countries. The company is the fastest-growing healthcare in the world. The company operates its healthcare delivery networks in various places at
- Hong kong
- India and many others.
The company is driven by a vision to become a global leader in the healthcare delivery and larger purpose of saving the lives through clinical excellence. The company’s integral value is to be open, honest and to demonstrate moral courage to speak up and to do right things. It performs teamwork by supporting each other, respecting the values of each subordinates at all levels and their innovative ideas are encouraged to develop the healthcare delivery.
Fortis launched its Flagship Hospital in Asia Bridges to have disciplinary and quaternary care. The company became as “The Little Heart’s Initiative”.
Candidates with graduations, masters and specialists in
- Health Pharmacy
Questions in Technical Round:
1. Which inflammatory bowel disease will manifest with deep fissures and fistulas?
2. Which disorder is characterized by abnormal liver function tests?
Hemochromatsis is the disorder characterized by abnormal liver function.
3. What are the four abdominal radiographic findings of Diverticulitis?
Ileus, Partially obstructed colon and air & fluid level are checked.
4. What are the positional changes in pain noted by patients with pericarditis?
Pain due to pericarditis is usually aggravated by thoracic motion, cough, or deep breathening.
5. How long does it take for total CPK levels in the blood return to normal after a myocardial infarction?
It will take around 36 to 72 hours for CPK levels to return to the normal stage.
Questions in HR Round:
1. What is the best most specific and sensitive indicator for a Re-Myocardial Infarction?
CPK-MB’s Coz return normal after 4 to 5 days but the troponin levels in the blood are raised for 4 weeks.
2. What is peripheral resistance?
Peripheral resistance is the resistance occurred in the blood flow by the vessels present in the Periphery nerves.
3. What are the common causes of cardiovascular related syncope?
- Neurocardiogenic syncope.
4. How often does the rupture of the pulmonary artery occur with right heart catherization?
The rupture occurs for 5 times.
5. What are the reversible causes of pulseless electrical activity?
Hypovolemia, Hypothermia, Hypoxia, Trauma, Thrombosis are some of the reversible causes of electrical activity.
Fortis Memorial Research Centre,
Sector 44, Opposite HUDA,
City Centre Metro Station,
Gurgaon 122 002,
Phone No: 91 124 4962200
Email id: email@example.com