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Fluids exam #4
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"Airway resistance" can be defined as:
How easily air moves in/out of the lungs
"Lung compliance" can be defined as:
How easily the lungs stretch
An elevated Plateau Pressure (Pplat) will be seen in which condition?
An increase in PEEP will result in all of the following EXCEPT:
Increased Blood Pressure
For the normal patient, you should set tidal volume to ____mL/kg/breath
For the normal patient, you set your Peak Pressure (PIP/PAP) alarm at _____cmH2O:
Minute Volume = ____ x ____ (choose both)
Vt x Vr
Non-Invasive Positive Pressure ventilation includes which ventilator mode?
On the arterial waveform, the dicrotic notch indicates:
Closure of the aortic valve
Ventilator flow is documented as:
Ventilator oxygen delivery is documented as:
Ventilator rate is documented as
Ventilator volume is documented as
What is a potential consequence of ventilator therapy with a high FiO2?
What is the greatest advantage to High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) therapy?
Decreased dead space
T/F You can administer High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) therapy through an on-board ambulance flow regulator.
You need to adjust your patients CO2 status. You can change (choose all that apply):
You need to adjust your patients SpO2 status. You can change (choose all that apply):
Your patient has COPD. You set your I:E ratio at _____.
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