Onco Quiz #3 ___.docx - Quiz on GYN Oral Esophageal Colorectal Pancreatic Cancers Divide the questions please 1 Always consider Airway Breathing

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Quiz on GYN, Oral, Esophageal, Colorectal, & Pancreatic Cancers Divide the questions, please. 1. Always consider Airway, Breathing, Circulation Airway Highest priority action Airway must be open and clear Client might need supplemental oxygen Client might need Tracheostomy or Endotracheal tube (Temporary oral) (artificial airway) Esophageal cancer we worry about dysphagia Breathing Second highest priority Essential for oxygen exchange: Respiratory rate within the expected range Adequate ventilatory effort Client might need: Artificial ventilation Negative pressure gradient in pleural cavity Chest tube might re-establish negative pressure Circulation Third highest priority Heart rate & BP in within the expected range necessary for cardiac, cerebral, and peripheral perfusion Chemical or physical cardiac support Resuscitation Supplemental fluids (to re-establish intravascular fluid volume & pressure) 2. Demonstrate ability to teach clients about sentinel node biopsies Procedure Called SLNB used for breast cancer to identify the first lymph node which drained from the tumor (sentinel) site Radioactive dye is injected through an intraoperatively incision in the axilla into the lymph node to figure out how far the cancer has spread and figure out which lymph nodes need to be dissected If there is cancer then the sentinel node then the lymph nodes nearby are removed called a complete axillary lymph node dissection (ALND)
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  • Fall '17
  • esophageal cancer

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