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5 Matching questions

  1. Subjective and Objective
  2. Ant baits
  3. Propylene Glycol
  4. Objectives to patient monitoring
  5. Enterogastric lavage
  1. a low toxicity, wide margin of safety
  2. b parameters to patient monitoring
  3. c Anticipate needs of patient, understand potential complications, evaluate current status, eval. response to tx, detect new problems
  4. d gastric lavage is performed, stomach tube left in place, enema performed with body temp water slowly retrograde until clear water flows from stomach tube (always under general anesthesia with cuffed ET tube
  5. e found in safter forms of antifreeze or coolants, 3x less toxic than EG

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Four physical phases of wound healing
  2. tx of ingestion is always required, either 100% napthalene or 99% paradichlorobenzene. Napthalene based approx. 2x as toxic , cat extremely sensitive
  3. emesis is usually only productive if done in the first ? hrs
    Works better if you feed a small, moist meal prior to inducing vomiting
  4. Colloid solutions
  5. used to expand vascular volume, similar to plasma, stay in cells much longer.

5 True/False questions

  1. Multiple effectscrocus, castor bean (highly toxic, 2-4 can cause human death)


  2. Silica gel packsgi upset, further problems if included in meds


  3. Emergency drugsatropine, epinephrine, lidocaine, sodium bicarb, Dexamethasone, Benadryl, Diazepam, Nitro, Dobutamine, Doxapram


  4. Bulk Catharticsmaterial not absorbed by this method are include-ethanol, methanol, fertilizer, fluoride, petroleum distallates, heavy metals, iodides, nitrate, nitrites, sodium chloride, and chloride


  5. Apomorphinebegins after blood clot have formed, usually active 3-5 days after injury, Fibroblasts invade the wound, increase wound strength, red fleshy granulation tissue fills the wound, often under the scab


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