During a mastectomy, which irrigating solution is used on the muscle layer due to it's hypotonic properties?
Substance that weakly holds wound edges together during the first 5 days of first intention healing is:
During a bronchoscopy, which solution is preferred for bronchial washing of specimens?
A bucket-handle tear in the medial cartilage of the knee is repaired by perfoming which of the following?
What procedure is performed for chronic cerebral ischemia?
What size of trocar is used during a thoracoscopy?
A lower oblique incision is known as:
Which incision would be used to gain access to the spleen?
A procedure performed in patients with empyema is called:
5th to 14th day
The healing stage of first intention healing occurs from the (span of which days?):
Which type of needle point would be selected for use on skin?
A gigli saw is used during a/an:
What type of drain is best used for the biliary system?
Pancreaticojejunostomy is performed for what diagnosis?
A characteristic of plain gut is that it absorbs in how many days?
Cottingham punch (used to create correct size of donor cornea during a keratoplasty)
Which instrument would be used during a keratoplasty?
Positron Emission Tomography (BPH)
A diagnostic test that examines blood flow & metabolic functions of the heart & brain is:
Benigh Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH)
A nonmalignant enlargement of the prostate is called:
What is the name of the procedure in which a collar suture is placed at the level of the internal cervical os to prevent spontaneous abortion?
The defect in an inguinal hernia occurs in which muscle?
A cyst in the popliteal fossa is called a/an:
Most absorbable sutures are packaged in an alcohol water solution to maintain their:
Fatty deposits on the walls of arteries are called:
(1) Air (2) Fluids
When 2 chest tubes are inserted after an open cardiovascular procedure, the upper tube evacuates (1) while the lower, (2)
Tetany is a possible postoperative complication following a/an:
Reduced blood flow to an area is known as;
The procedure to correct intraleptic obstruction is:
Polyester fiber mesh
The least inert of all the synthetic meshes is:
Subcostal, Left Paramedian, & Midline
Three incisions commonly used for a splenectomy includes:
Dressings used for wounds that are difficult to dress & keep in place, such as the face and neck?
Which laser is best used during a vitrectomy?
Malecot, mushroom, and sump are all types of surgical:
Which of the following instruments would be used during a suprapubic prostatectomy?
An excellent substitute that provides strength & nonreactivity in tissues where stainless steel cannot be used is:
A protein substance that is the chief constituent of connective tissue is:
Endoscopic suspension of the vesical neck of the bladder for treatment of stress incontinence is known as a:
Below the renal arteries
The majority of abdominal aortic aneurysms begin:
The anesthesia of choice for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy is:
The pathology characterized by contraction of the palmar fascia is:
What type of current does electorsurgery utilize?
Occlude the lumen of a blood vessel.
Ligatures (ties) are used to:
Another name for Polyglactin 910 is:
A diagnostic procedure for suspecte ectopic pregnanacy is:
The patency of the fallopian tubes.
A Rubin's test is performed to confirm:
Absence of an auricle
Microatia refers to:
A diagnostic study involving the injection of radiopaque dye into the spinal subarachnoid space is a/an:
Which of the following is a type of oblique incision used for exposing the biliary tract for the right, or the spleen on the left?
Microfibrillar collagen that is either supplied in a compacted nonwoven web form or in a loose fibrous form is known as:
Absorbable hemostatic agent used on bone that is applied dry directly to the oozing surface of bone:
What type of needle point would be used on the liver?
A Class III Contaminated wound has an infection rate of?
A Dirty/Infected wound has an infection rate of?
Resection of ruptured appendix
Common example of a Class IV infection
Approx. 3rd postoperative day and continues for up to 20 days
The proliferation phase of first intention wound healing begins?