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5 Matching questions

  1. general anesthesia
  2. role of circulating nurse
  3. venous stasis
  4. fluids and electrolytes nursing interventions
  5. ablation
  1. a results in immobile, quiet patient who does not recall the surgical procedure, analgesia, amnesia, muscle relaxation and unconsciousness occur, inhalation, oral, rectal, or parenteral routes
  2. b prepares equipment and supplies, arranges supplies-sterile and non-sterile, sends for patient, visits with patient preop: verifies operative permit, identifies patient and answers questions; performs patient assessment; checks medical record; assists in transfer of patient; positions patient on operating table, counts sponges, needles, and instruments before surgery; assists srub nurse in arranging tables for sterile field; maintains continuous astute observations during surgery to anticipate needs of patient, scrub nurse, surgeon and anesthesiologist; provides supplies to scrub nurse as needed; observes sterile field closely; cares for surgical specimens; documents operative recor and nurse' notes; counts sponges, needles and instruments when closure of wound begins; transfers patient to the stretcher for transport to recovery area; accompanies patient to the recovery roo and provides a report
  3. c excision or removal of diseased body part
  4. d normal flow of blood through the vessels is slowed, assessment: palpate pedal pulses and note skin color and temp; assess for edema, aching, cramping in the calf, Homans' sign
  5. e monitor electrolyte values, monitor intake and output, maintain IV therapy, assess IV for patency and rate, erythema, edema, heat, and pain; when oral fluids are ordered, encourage small amounts frequently, enourage 2000-2400 m per 24 hours, avoid iced and carbonated beverages; use antiemetics as ordered

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. confirm diagnosis; example exploratory laparotomy
  2. the effectiveness of the pain of care is evaluated by the nurse
  3. decrease external stimuli, reduce interruptions and eliminate odors
  4. leg exercises every two hours, TEDS, SCD
  5. turn, cough, and deep-breathe every two hours, analgesics, early mobility, frequent positioning

5 True/False questions

  1. nutritional factorscarbohydrates and fat-energy producers


  2. one-day surgerypatient is admitted the day sugery is scheduled and dismissed the same day


  3. conscious sedation2-3 days after solid foods are started, patient should have stool, suppository or tap water enema, ambulation


  4. vital signsbp, temp, pulse and resp, frequency depends on hospital and physician protocol and stability of patient, needed for baseline to compare with postop vital signs


  5. inpatientexcision or removal of diseased body part