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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Urine output
    Body weight
  2. Hydration Status
  3. Foreign body
  4. Chest compression for over 15lbs
  5. Syrup of Ipecac
  1. a Subjective parameters (3)
  2. b open mouth and try to remove with forceps, doesn't always work, may cause more harm
  3. c position patient in dorsal recumbancy
    Place both hands on caudal aspect of the sternum
    Compress at 80-100 cpm
  4. d 4 ways to monitor fluids for fluid overload
  5. e emetic agent not recommended regularly due to OD causing potential cardiac problems

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. usually non-life threatening emergency, cause insect bite, drug reactions, vaccine reaction.
    Signs: Facial swelling, difficult breathing, hives, vomiting&diarrhea, pain, itching, and licking.
    Tx. for owners: Cold water, benadryl, pull out stinger if still present
  2. What does the ABC's stand for
  3. how many breaths and compression if you have two people
  4. time lapse since injury, 6-8 hrs old should....
    Depends on degree of contamination, amount of tissue damage, ability to debride, blood supply to the wound, animals health, closure with tension of dead space, and location of the wound
  5. helps expand the patients blood and plasma volume

5 True/False questions

  1. Fly baitpaint, 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


  2. Objectives to patient monitoringAnticipate needs of patient, understand potential complications, evaluate current status, eval. response to tx, detect new problems


  3. Debridement Phaserestore fluid balance to the animal (phase)


  4. Appositional healing or First intentionachieved by suturing or grafting a wound, sharp, clean , and minimal trauma of injury, treated before bacteria has a chance to grow. Must be done in first - 6-8 hrs


  5. Repair Phasebegins 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