13.Miss Rose is a 56-year-old COPD patient and is placed on BiPAP in the ED. Which statement is most accurate?a.BiPAP can be used as invasive or non-invasive mechanical ventilationb.The patient must have an intact ability to breath spontaneouslyc.All patients on BiPAP must be cared for in an ICUd.BiPAP can only be delivered via face maskMr Zee is a 68-year-old male s/p CABG with prolonged ventilator dependence. He is s/p trach and has been transferred to the weaning unit. Current ventilator settings are PS-FIO2 55%, PS 24, PEEP 5 and is on the work/rest weaning protocol. 14. The patient with an ET tube or trach has a protected airway so there is norisk of aspiration:03/25/1931
15.As you enter his room to do your assessment you note that the ventilator tubing has a moderate amount of water in the tubing. Which statement is FALSE about ventilator tubing:16. After emptying the water, the ventilator is alarming Low Pressure Limit. All of the following are causes for this alarm EXCEPT:17. Which statement is most correct regarding common causes of High Pressure Alarms?a.Secretions, water in tubing, pulmonary edema, bronchospasmb.Water in tubing, disconnect, pneumothorax, patient biting on ET tubec.Secretions, over-sedation, self-extubation, pulmonary edemad.Obstruction, mucous plugging, loose or leak in circuits, pain18. Mr. Zee is now weaning on a PS of 16. Which assessment is a sign of increased work of breathing and requires return to a rest setting;19. Mr Zee is able to tolerate trach collar trials of 4 hours several days later. The physician has ordered a trach-speaking valve. Which statement is INCORRECT:
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