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5 Matching questions

  1. Renal Toxicity
  2. Corrosives
  3. Tobacco
  4. Cholecalciferol
  5. Triage
  1. a lillies (cats only) rhubarb (leaves only) grapes and raisins
  2. b dilution, recommended to dilute with milk/water at 1-3ml/lb of bw
  3. c generally 15-45 mins post ingestion, excitation, tachypnea, salivation, emesis, and diarrhea, following this is muscle weakness, twitching, depression, tachycardia, shallow resp. collapse, coma, and cardiac arrest
    Tx. Induce emesis, in symptomatic-excitation do not use, may trigger seizures
  4. d causes increase in serum calcium levels, can lead to renal failure, cardiovascular abnormalities. and tissue mineralization , 18-36 hours post-ingestion , Aggressive decontamination is most important- repeated activated charcoal every 8-12 hours for 1-2 days. Close monitoring of blood levels- renal and calcium/
  5. e process of determining the priority of need and proper order of treatment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. what you should not advise the client of doing alone when there is bleeding
  2. how many breaths and compression if you have two people
  3. approach cautiously, pain = biting, not always life threatening, serious signs, distress breathing, pale/while MM, bleeding from nose. Avoid moving as much as possible
  4. dirty, contaminated, traumatized wounds, Debridement is necessary and closure may be difficult, not desirable because new epithelium is fragile and easily grazed
  5. tx of ingestion is always required, either 100% napthalene or 99% paradichlorobenzene. Napthalene based approx. 2x as toxic , cat extremely sensitive

5 True/False questions

  1. Hydration Status
    4 ways to monitor fluids for fluid overload


  2. 3hoursthis is created when an insult disrupts normal integrity of the tissue


  3. 3-5 secondshow often should you breath for the patient after the first two initial breaths


  4. One swift motion when animal coughspossible after ingestion of large amounts of salt, signs may include, vomiting, increased thirst, urination, muscular fasiculation, sinus tach, acidic blood pH and seizures


  5. Coughing
    Resp. Distress
    Nasal Discharge
    Abnormal lung sounds
    Subjective parameters (3)


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