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Dental Emergencies Week One (Oxygen Tank)
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What size oxygen tank is best for a dental office?
How many liters does a size E cylinder hold?
How long does the size E cylinder provide 100% oxygen?
What is put on a cylinder that allows the pressure to be released at a reduced rate?
The flow of oxygen can be adjusted by what?
What controls the amount of oxygen given to the patient?
What are the two main flowmeters?
Bourbon gauge and pressure compensated
What consists of a round dial that indicates the flow of oxygen in liters per minute?
What consists of a vertical glass tube with a ball float that rises and falls with the flow of oxygen going into the tube?
Pressure compensated flowmeter
Why is the demand valve resuscitator important?
Forces 100% oxygen in lungs
What is the cheaper version of the demand valve resuscitator?
What is the first step in operating the tank?
Use a wrench and crack the seal to release oxygen to clean dust and debris
What is the second step in operating the tank?
Attach the regulator and the flowmeter. They are designed to fit one way.
What is the third step in operating the tank?
Open the regulator valve all the way then go back one turn
What is the fourth step in operating the tank?
Adjust the flowmeter to the point it releases four to six liters of oxygen
What is the fifth in operating the tank?
Check face mask and the host to make sure there is no twists or knots
What is the sixth step in operating the tank?
Place face mask on patient's face
What is the final step in operating the tank?
Remove the face mask, remove the flowmeter to zero, and close the tank valve
Two precautions of the oxygen tank
Do not use flame or grease/oil
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