5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Late complications of trach
- Lukans trap
- Carlen's Tube
- Passy-Muir speaking valve
- a Hemorrhage, aw obstruction/damage, tracheosophageal fistula
- b to catch a specimen, bypasses the regular trap.
- c Double lumen ET Tube..1 Tube goes into left...2nd tube sits at carina..used for independent lung ventilation
- d CUFF MUST BE DEFLATED WHEN IN USE SO PT CAN EXHALE...ONE WAY VALVE..air goes in, not out....Air forced out around vocal cords so pt can speak on expiration.
- e esophageal, tracheal combitube ETC..Blind intubations, Double lument airway, short tube:clear, Long tube:blue..
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- manual, mechanical ventilation..unconsious pt(protect airway)
- Lies between base of tongue and posterior pharynx, Used with BVM, UNCONCIOUS PT ONLY, Prevents tongue from blocking airway
- from nose to ear.use largest diameter that nares can accomodate..lubricate with water soluble gel, flanged end should rest against nose
- prevents air from entering esophagus
- upper aw obstruction that prevents intubation..long term ventilation(easier to wein), facial trauma, pulmlonary hygiene, resp failure, OSA
5 True/False Questions
Suction catheters measure in. → French size..Sx catheter should not be more than half the ID of ET Tube.
Cough → Ventilator Associeated Pneumonia
Catheter rule of thumb → ID x 2, then use next smaller size
Gag, swallow → Pharyngeal reflex
Inner cannulas → Laryngeal reflex