5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- sterile gloves
- Size of sutures-uses
- on the side
- traumatic needles
- a overall: smallest possible for face 7-0 ideally,
higher for joints and higher tension areas or deep sutures more like 4-0 (handout)
- b an area separate from the sterile field, but should be nearby; can turn your back on it, may have unopened sterile items and all items will at least be clean.
- c have eye, must be threaded with suture material, eye is bigger than needle so more traumatic to skin
- d go on after sterile short scrub; protects you and keeps sterility
- e a type of closed wound, a bruise
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- face, eyelid, eyebrow, nose, lip 3-5 days
scalp 6-8 days
chest, abdomen, penis 8-10 days
ear, hand 10-14 days
back, extremities, foot, joints 12-14 days (handout)
- 5-6 minutes (each arm); hands, wrists, forearms, 2" above elbows; hands held up for rinsing; prevents bringing microorganisms from unwashed area; clean nails with brush after pick; use scrub brush for friction; dry with sterile towels; no lotion; sterile gloves for protection and sterility.
- to cut out of; surgical removal
- are less complex than major; uses local vs. general anesthesia; is an office procedure vs. hospitalization. could include electrosurgery, laser surgery, microsurgery, or cryosurgery,
- to examine body cavities.
scopes have lights: coloscope, bronchoscope, anoscope, endoscope.
probes or sounds
5 True/False Questions
atraumatic needles → have eye, must be threaded with suture material, eye is bigger than needle so more traumatic to skin
absorbable sutures → silk, nylon, Dacron, cotton, stainless steel staples; used on body surface, must be removed
10% formalin → used to preserve tissue for biopsies during transport to lab
lock box instruments → must be sanitized, disinfected, sterilized for next time or disposed of if they were intended for single use.
ligature → a stitch or the act of sewing/stitching