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prepared and draped in the appropriate fashion using Betadine, peroxide, and saline.The superficial layers were closed with interrupted #6-0 Prolene suture. After the rightear was completed the wounds were covered with polysporin.The 2.0 cm laceration on the left ear was then closed in a single layer. It was infiltratedwith 1% carbocaine. After the wound was cleaned with Betadine, saline, and peroxidethe superficial layers were closed with interrupted #6-0 Prolene suture. The woundswere then covered with polysporin.
Response Feedback: [None Given]Question 181 out of 1 pointsProcedure:Direct microlaryngoscopy under general anesthesiaDiagnosis:DysphoniaTechnique:A 40-year-Dld patient was taken to the OR where; under general alaryngoscope was inserted with the operating microscope to perform alaryngoscopy. The vocal cords were found to be totally normal on both sideswith no evidence of nodules or granuloma formation. The entire endolarynx waswell visualized. Moreover, there was no evidence of subglottic stenosis; and asthe patient was awakening, vocal cord mobility appeared to be normal. Theprocedure was completed, and the patient awakened and was taken to therecovery room in good condition with stable vital signs.
Response Feedback: [None Given]Question 191 out of 1 pointsDressing of a small burn on a patient’s arm
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Question 201 out of 1 pointsModified Fontan procedure
Response Feedback: [None Given]Question 211 out of 1 pointsBlalock-Taussig shunt placement
Response Feedback: [None Given]Question 221 out of 1 pointsPuncture aspiration of a cyst of the left breast
Response Feedback: [None Given]Question 231 out of 1 pointsPlacement of a non-tunneled central venous catheter in a 36-year-old male,inserted via the femoral vein
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1 out of 1 pointsCollection of a blood specimen from a completely implantable venous access device
Response Feedback: [None Given]Question 251 out of 1 pointsChief Complaint:Lacerations; left faceHistory of Present Illness:Patient is a 26-year-old man who was driving a car with thewindow down when another car moving in the opposite direction hit his mirror. Glassfrom the broken mirror flew into his face, and he sustained two small lacerations. Therewere no other injuries.Past Medical History:UnremarkableMedications:NoneAllergies:NonePhysical ExaminationGeneral:Alert male in no acute distressHEENT:Pupils are equal and reactive to light. Extraocular muscles intact. Nose isclear. Oropharynx negative.Two lacerations are on left cheek region. Theuppermost laceration is about 2 cm below the eye laterally and is about 0.75 cm inlength. Full-skin thickness. The second laceration is about 1.5 cm below the first and is1.25 cm in length. Full-skin thickness. No palpable foreign bodies.Procedure:

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Term
Spring
Professor
Audrey Portis
Tags
Left wing politics, Local anesthetic, Subclavian vein, Ambulatory Care Coding

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