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5 Matching questions

  1. Maintain Hydration
    Replace fluid loss
    Maintain IV access
    Increase Urine output
    Nutritional support
  2. Snail/Slug bait
  3. 3% Hydrogen Peroxide
  4. Inflammatory, Debridement, Repair and maturation phase
  5. Basic Life support
  1. a Four physical phases of wound healing
  2. b emetic agent commonly used and easily used at home, 1tsp/5lbs, no more than 3 TBSP. Should see results in 15-20 mins if small meal given prior, can repeat one time
  3. c 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
  4. d 5 reasons for fluid therapy
  5. e includes the ABC's of resucitation, if animal is under anesthesia stop immediately.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. treatment priorities over an extended spectrum of body systems
  2. toilet bowl cleaner, drain openers, metal cleaners, anti-rust elements, gun barrel cleaners, battery fluid, and pool sanitize-rs. Corrosives that can produce sever burns with tissue contact
  3. bruising, three legged, swelling, bone exposed. must see a vet, until then cold compress, restrict activity, anti-inflammatory
  4. drain openers, oven cleaners, bleach, industrial cleaners, denture cleaner, bath and house cleaner, radiator agents, hair relaxers, alkaline batteries, electric dishwasher soap, oven cleaner pads, cement. Causes deeper lesions than acid injury
  5. requires admin of drugs and ECG. these steps are only important after ABC of CPCR has been successful , based on cardiac output, breathing pattern, and strength of heartbeat

5 True/False questions

  1. 2 minutesWhen should CPCR be started by (how many minutes)


  2. Emesis is not recommendedhow often should you breath for the patient after the first two initial breaths


  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. Apomorphinebegins 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


  5. Life threatening
    Non-life threatening emergency
    Can be handled at home
    4 categories for triage