← DENT 601 Exam 1 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- BZD metabolism?
- What is the biggest side effect of sedation?
- What are the percent dosages of N2O for dental analgesia, amnesia, unconsciousness, and GA?
- Max dose of epi for cardiac patient
- T/F Large gauge needles are thick?
- a 0.04mg (4 micriograms)
Max number of carpules: 2.5
- b Bind to plasma proteins
- c 35%, 60%, 80%, and 100%
- d Respiratory depression, not BP problems
- e True
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Prolongs bleeding time and can increase risk of post-operative bleeding.
- - Aromatic ring
- Intermediate chain
- Hydrophilic group
- - 3% and 2%.
- Used on patients with heart conditions
- Max adult dose - 400mg (7 carpules appx)
- Onset of action - less than 4 minutes
- Duration - 35-45 minutes
- Monitor patient's CV and respiratory vital signs as well as their mental status after each injection
- Releases ADH
Males get decreased testosterone and less able to repsond to stress
Increases the prolactin (low libido)
5 True/False Questions
What do propofol and ketamine provide as IV anesthetics? → sensitize (hyperalgesia) nociceptors to histamine and bradykinin (are not painful by themselves), facilitate histamine and bradykinin to produce inflammatory edema.
What is the solution composition of a 3% mepivacaine? → 30mg Mepivacaine HCl, 3 mg NaCl, 1 ml distilled water
What is Minimum Alveolar Concentration? → Minimum amount of anesthetic that prevents movement in 50% of patients when you cut them (105% for N2O)
What neurons are blocked more rapidly with LAs → Small, non-myelinated neurons are blocked more rapidly than large myelinated neurons
Do LAs have good/poor water solubility? → True