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Surgical Technology Principles and Practice

Nursing

Quiz 13 :

Anesthesia and Physiological Monitoring

Quiz 13 :

Anesthesia and Physiological Monitoring

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________ is treated with mechanical ventilation or, in severe cases, administration of succinylcholine to paralyze the muscles.
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B

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__________________ anesthesia is induced with the drug ketamine, which blocks sensory neurotransmission and associative pathways.
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D

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Administering _____________________ requires that the AP administer sedative and anxiolytic (antianxiety) drugs as needed and manage any anesthetic or physiological emergencies.
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A _____________________ is a type of anesthesia in a specific area of the body by injection of anesthetic around a major nerve or group of nerves.
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Preoperative ________ is required to minimize aspiration (inhalation) of gastric contents during general anesthesia.
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________ sedation is used for short diagnostic and minor surgical procedures that do not require deep anesthesia.
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________ is a state in which the patient can respond to verbal commands.
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Termination of anesthesia and the process of regaining consciousness are called ____________.
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The capture and safe removal of anesthetic gas that escapes from the anesthesia machine is accomplished with a ________ system.
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Patients undergoing conscious sedation are monitored ________ throughout the procedure.
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Adequate _________________ is necessary during general anesthesia to manipulate the body wall and other tissues within the operative site.
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In a state of well-being, the body responds readily to ________ to maintain life.
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______ is a rare physiological response to all volatile anesthetic agents and succinylcholine.
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__________________ measures the electrical activity of the heart, which is projected into a waveform.
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________ anesthesia can be used in a small, superficial area of skin and subcutaneous tissue or in an entire region of the body, such as during spinal anesthesia.
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In anesthesia, ________ is the patient's inability to recall events that occur after the administration of specific drugs.
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______________ anesthesia is the injection of anesthetic into superficial tissues to produce a small area of anesthesia.
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Laryngospasm constitutes an emergency when an airway cannot be immediately established by _________ ventilation.
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________ is a digital sensor that detects oxygen saturation in the hemoglobin by spectrometry.
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Spasm of the larynx usually is associated with airway secretions or stimulation of the laryngeal nerve during intubation or _______.
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