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5 Matching questions

  1. Allergic reaction
  2. Crash Plan
  3. Snail/Slug bait
  4. Treatment Priorities
  5. Syrup of Ipecac
  1. a treatment priorities over an extended spectrum of body systems
  2. b 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
  3. c Airway, Cardio, Resp, Abdomen, Spine, head, pelvis, limbs, arteries/veins, nerves
  4. d clinical signs within 30 mins- increased HR, nevousness, panting, drooling, incoordination, hyperthermia, tremors, and seizures. liver failure within 2-3 days of exposure tx always needed
  5. e emetic agent not recommended regularly due to OD causing potential cardiac problems

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 6 signs of fluid overload
  2. Subjective parameters (3)
  3. most commonly found in windsheild washer fluid- contains formaldehyde, Min. toxic dose is 8g/kg
    Small exposure=mild gastric upset
  4. what does CPCR stand for
  5. 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 True/False questions

  1. Open Fracture/Fracturebruising, three legged, swelling, bone exposed. must see a vet, until then cold compress, restrict activity, anti-inflammatory

          

  2. Emesis is not recommendedtx is not recommended in patients that have ingested corrosives, cationic detergents, acids, alkali, hydrocarbons due to possible aspiration, lube oils fuel oil, butane, propane, kerosene, mineral spirits, or gasoline

          

  3. Debridement Phasestarts about 6 hours after injury, WBC remove necrotic tissue, bacteria, and foreign material. The WBC and fluid leaked into the wound form an exudate

          

  4. Bath with mild liquid dish soapExternal toxin tx

          

  5. Third Intentionusually 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