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Unit 3 homework - anesthesia
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An anesthetized dog that has a respiratory rate less than ____ should be reported to the veterinarian.
Which of the following is not a characteristic of alpha-2 agonists?
b. Increased heart rate
d. Muscle relaxation
Increased heart rate
All of the following sites can be used for placement of an arterial catheter used to measure arterial pressures during anesthesia, except:
a. Lingual artery
b. Medial pedal artery
c. Auricular artery
d. Coccygeal artery
Using a Doppler for blood pressure measurement will yield which of the following readings?
Which of the following blood pressure measuring techniques is considered "gold standard" in terms of accurate measurements?
a. Invasive blood pressure measurements
b. Doppler blood pressure measurements
c. Oscillometric blood pressure measurements
d. All of the above
Invasive blood pressure measurements
All of the following factors would be indicators for placing a patient on a controlled ventilator, except:
a. An open thorax or chest wall trauma
b. Neuromuscular blockade
d. Intestinal foreign body
Intestinal foreign body
Which condition causes a decrease in the requirements for general anesthesia?
Which of the following opioids has been shown to have the highest likelihood of causing vomiting in cats?
Which anesthetic monitoring tool is important for patients on a ventilator to verify the efficiency of gas exchange and adequate ventilation?
b. Pulse oximeter
d. Blood pressure
What is used for direct blood pressure monitoring?
Blood pressure cuff placement is common in all of the following areas except the:
Patients given alpha-2 agonists often have pale mucous membranes and cold extremities in the initial phase because of what side effect of the drug?
where does atropine block the release of acetylcholine?
Muscarinic receptors of the parasympathetic system
Your patient has a pulse oximetry reading of 89%. What does this indicate?
Need for supportive therapy
All of the following are clinical signs used to evaluate the depth of anesthesia, except:
a. Eye position
b. Ear pinch
c. Jaw tone
d. Palpebral reflex
An increase in respiratory rate
Which of the following could be a cause of an increase in intraocular pressure (IOP) in an ophthalmology patient?
a. Struggling and excitement in a poorly sedated pet
b. Vomiting or gagging
c. Pressure on the jugular vein from neck leads
d. All of the above
All of the above
The width of the blood pressure cuff in a dog should be what % of the circumference of the leg?
Where is the intravenous catheter placed for measurement of central venous pressures?
Ketamine administration would be contraindicated in which of the following disease processes?
a. Hypotrophic cardiomyopathy
b. Congestive heart failure
c. Healthy patients
Congestive heart failure
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