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Exam 3 SuRG 111
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What is Kraske position?
Pt is prone, head down, feet down; jackknife
What is lateral position?
Pt is on either side
What is lithotomy position?
Pt is supine with legs in stirrups
What is reverse trendelenburg?
this is where you have the patient head up (head-up tilt), body flat (supine or prone), but the head is 15-30 degrees higher than the feet
What is the Trendelenburg position?
- entire bed is tilted with
head of bed lower
than foot of the bed;
- facilitates venous return; can help increase low BP; used for postural drainage
What is Fowler's position?
Patient is laid on the table with the head of the table elevated 90 degrees
What is another name for jackknife position?
Where does restraint strap go?
2" above knee
Who decides the patients position?
When do we prep patient?
Prior to draping
When do we put in catheter?
Before you prep
Which of the following are reason(s) why we use catheter?
B. Prostate problems
C. Long surgery
D. Full bladder gives baby trouble
E. Pt may be numb from epidural or block
F. C-section the bladder may be injured, so want it out of way
G. All the above
G. All the above
-Relies on the shape of their tip for retention rather than an inflatable balloon
-Mushroom shaped tip
-Relies on the shape of the tip for retention rather than a inflatable balloon
three way catheter
also called a triple lumen catheter - used only after a male patient has had a transurethral resection of the prostate - allows instillation of sterile fluid into the bladder during continuous bladder irrigation
two way catheter
One-hook up; foley
whistle tip catheter
Has a slanted, larger orifice at its tip to be used if there is blood in the urine
a type of curved-tip urinary catheter used for intermittent removal of urine from the bladder
What is the most important factor when position the patient?
The patient is in the most comfortable, natural position
Baby pulse rate?
B. 20-30 bpm
Adult pulse rate?
Lithotomy is a variation of what position?
Where do you start surgical prep?
What is hemostasis?
stoppage of bleeding
What instrument is used to help control bleeding?
What position is used for pelvic surgery?
What happens when patient is in trendelenburg?
All contents go up
How to drape a mayo?
Put foot on
Put hands all way on side to get flip out
Fastly move hands to push on mayo cover
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