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Gas Therapy Q. What is the name of the phenomenon that occurs when an airstream (jet stream) is forced through an opening? A. Coanda Effect Ref: #6, pg. 284 Mechanical Ventilation Q. What value is assessed to check for proper ventilation of a patient? A. PaCo2 Ref: #6, pg 266 Acute Care Q. What is the ultimate goal in the management of oxygenation? A. The prevention of tissue hypoxia Ref: # 12, pg 197
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Gas Therapy Q. What are the two most widely recognized complications of PEEP therapy? A. Decreased Cardiac Output Pulmonary barotraumas Ref: #12, pg 189 Acute Care Q. What does the anion gap determine? A. The causes of metabolic acidosis Ref: # 12, pg 237 Microbiology Q. What are the positively charged electrolytes called? A. Cations Ref: # 12, pg 230
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Anatomy and Physiology Q. The stimulation of what receptors cause tachypnea and hyperventilation? A. J receptors or Juxtapulmonary capillary receptors Ref: #12, pg 187 Pharmacology Q. What kind of drug would you give for an indication of mild to moderate persistent asthma? A. Inhaled corticosteroid Ref: # 18, pg 577 Gas Therapy Q. What is the color of the tank that holds carbon dioxide and oxygen? A. Gray/Green Ref: # 18, pg 719
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Gas Therapy Q. What is the formula for determining the duration of gas flow in a cylinder? A. Cylinder pressure times cylinder factor, divided by the flow (l/min) Ref: # 18, pg 734 Neonatal/Pediatrics Q. What is the normal respiratory rate for a full term infant? A. 40-60 bpm Ref: # 18, pg 1006 Pharmacology Q. What antiviral agent is used in the treatment of severe respiratory syncytial virus? A. Ribavirin Ref: # 18, pg 586 Gas Therapy Q. What are two major complications of hyperbaric oxygen therapy? A. Barotrauma and O2 toxicity Ref: # 18, pg 765
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Gas Therapy Q. Name two complications of IPPB? A. increased airway resistance impaired venous return pulmonary barotraumas gastric distension nosocomial infection air trapping respiratory alkalosis overdistension hyperoxia auto peep Ref: # 18, pg 779 Anatomy and Physiology Q. What is the normal range of P(A-a)O2 difference in adults? A. 25 MMHG Ref: # 18, pg 821 Melissa D’Adamo Airway Management Q. Studies have demonstrated that Flutter therapy is a viable alternative to what technique? A. Chest Physiotherapy Ref: # 6, p212 Submitted by: CCP Mechanical Ventilation Q. Airway Pressure-Release Ventilation (APRV) is given what name in the Puritan Bennett 840? A. Bilevel Ref: #6, p362 Submitted by:CCP
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Airway Management Q. The Laryngeal Mask Airway (LMA) is becoming popular outside of the operating room. Why would this device not replace the endotrachial intubation? A. No protection from lung aspiration. Ref: #6, p 158 Submitted by: CCP Diagnostics Q. When recording an electrocardiogram, the paper speed is set so that it moves at what speed? A.
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