5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- what does VAD stand for ?
- Name the types of CVCs
- What is Jaundice?
- Patients on anticoagulant therapy have an increased risk of ?
- what is a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) most commonly used in?
- a vascular access device
- b Hematoma
- c angioplasty procedures
- d Broviac, Groshong, Hickman, and triple lumen
- e Yellowing of the skin, caused by a buildup of bilirubin that can lead to brain damage if untreated
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Choking hazard
- tube temporarily placed in a peripheral vein to administer medicine or draw blood
- a tube that is inserted into either a vein or an artery and is used to administer medications or fluids, monitor blood pressure, or draw blood
- central venous line
5 True/False Questions
what is an arterial line used for? → it's placed in an artery for continuous monitoring of blood pressure or frequent collection of samples for blood gas testing
what is an implanted port? → a chamber located under the skin and connected to an indwelling line
What is a bili light? → an ultraviolet light treatment that can be used on newborns if their bilirubin is slightly above normal.
Nutritional status can affect what? → skin health, hemostasis, and the ability to tolerate blood loss
When preforming a venipuncture on a geriatric patient, why do you NOT apply the tourniquet as tightly as you would normally do? → Veins in geriatric patients collapse more easily