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5 Matching Questions

  1. Subjective and Objective
  2. Lateral Recumbancy
  3. Stabilize the patient
  4. Liver Toxicity
  5. Batteries
  1. a cycads, mushrooms
  2. b first priority in toxic exposure cases
  3. c chewed = alkaline burns, swallowed foreign body obstruction
  4. d position for patient under 15lbs
  5. e parameters to patient monitoring

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. begins 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
  2. restore fluid balance to the animal (phase)
  3. helps expand the patients blood and plasma volume
  4. found in safter forms of antifreeze or coolants, 3x less toxic than EG
  5. lillies (cats only) rhubarb (leaves only) grapes and raisins

5 True/False Questions

  1. Third Intentionwound is sutured 3-5 days after injury, granulation is present in wound at time of closure, indicated when the wound is severely contaminated or traumatized

          

  2. Methanolpaint, toys, drapery weights, linoleum, batteries, plumbing material, wire, solder, stained glass, fishing sinkers, lead shot, foil from champagne bottles, improperly glazed bowls
    lethargy, weakness, anorexia, regurg, PU, ataxia, circling and convulsions

          

  3. Multiple effectscontains tremorgenic mycotoxins, causes muscle tremors, ataxia, and convulsions
    TX: Gastric lavage, emesis, activated charcoal, tx of seizures/tremors, and supportive care
    Prognosis: good with early, aggressive care

          

  4. Advanced Life Supportrequires admin of drugs and ECG. these steps are only important after ABC of CPCR has been successful , based on cardiac output, breathing pattern, and strength of heartbeat

          

  5. Granulation tissuered fleshy tissue, often under a scab

          

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