test2 - 2 Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best...

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2 Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. Special populations have unique ____ needs. a. physical and psychological c. psychological and psychosocial b. physical and social d. social and psychological ____ 2. A patient is considered a pediatric patient if he or she is between the ages of ____. a. 2 and 12 c. birth and 12 b. birth and 10 d. 2 and 13 ____ 3. The term neonate applies to the pediatric patient who is between the ages of ____. a. birth and 14 days c. 24 hours and 28 days b. birth and 28 days d. 6 hours and 14 days ____ 4. A child less than 6 months of age cannot shiver; therefore, the child is at risk for ____. a. hypothermia c. tachycardia b. hypertension d. cyanosis ____ 5. In the normal child, the testes will descend by the age of ____. a. 1 year c. 6 weeks b. 3 months d. 6 days ____ 6. It is imperative that caregivers should deal with pediatric patients ____. a. quickly c. truthfully b. cautiously d. indifferently ____ 7. Who should stand nearby to assist the anesthesia provider during induction of a pediatric patient? a. nurse’s aide c. circulating surgical technologist b. surgeon d. STSR ____ 8. Which task should the circulating surgical technologist perform to assist the anesthesia provider during induction of a pediatric patient? a. hold the child in the lap c. provide cricoid pressure b. help control the child’s movements d. administer the anesthetic ____ 9. The critical parameters for monitoring pediatric patients include all of the following EXCEPT ____. a. temperature c. oxygenation b. urine output d. turgor ____ 10. In comparison with adults, pediatric patients have little subcutaneous fat and therefore ____. a. less protection of organs b. poor thermal insulation c. need to have bony prominences padded d. need more IV fluids ____ 11. What is the MOST effective way to keep an infant’s body temperature at an acceptable level?
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a. wrap and cover extremities c. overhead radiant heater b. warm water bottles d. warm lap sponges ____ 12. Why are neonates and infants not usually catheterized? a. procedures do not last long enough b. high risk of trauma to the urethra c. nonmeasurable amount of urine produced d. bladder not fully developed ____ 13. Which of the following veins is least used for central venous catheter placement in the pediatric patient? a. subclavian c. internal jugular b. external jugular d. saphenous ____ 14. What is the standard for intraoperative monitoring of oxygenation levels for all age groups of surgical patients? a. arterial blood gases c. capnography b. capillary refill d. central venous pressure ____ 15. What are the two common types of shock seen in all age groups? a.
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