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Oral Surgery Chapter 10
Postoperative pain after extraction is…
avoid smoking for at least ____hrs
Time out verifies 3 things at 2 differ…
at Time out , name and DOB should be c…
12hrs... 2days
12hrs
Name, Medical Record #, DOB... patient awake in holding area... in…
armband, consent and EMR
Postoperative pain after extraction is…
12hrs... 2days
avoid smoking for at least ____hrs
12hrs
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Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable suture
Approximation
A wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
Suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
The process of bring two parts, such as tissue, together thro…
Abrasion
A wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
Abscess
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
38 terms
MA - Minor Office Surgery (chapter 10)
abrasion
abscess
absorbable suture
approximation
a wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged. a…
a collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
the process of bringing two parts, such a tissue, together th…
abrasion
a wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged. a…
abscess
a collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
Minor Office Surgery Chapter 10
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable Suture
Approximation
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together,…
Abrasion
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
Abscess
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
40 terms
Minor Office Surgery Chapter 10
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable Suture
Approximation
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together,…
Abrasion
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
Abscess
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
40 terms
Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable suture
Approximation
A wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together t…
Abrasion
A wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
Abscess
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
155 terms
General Surgery Chapter 10 WS
What type of instrument is a crile?
What are forceps used for?
What are allis, babcocks, and koshers…
What are mosquitos used for?
Clamping/occluding.
Grasping/holding.
Grapsing/holding.
Clamping/occluding.
What type of instrument is a crile?
Clamping/occluding.
What are forceps used for?
Grasping/holding.
142 terms
Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery
What are the characteristics of a mino…
What procedure require the use of surg…
What are the medical assistant's respo…
What are the guidelines in maintaining…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
Explaining patient prep for procedure, getting patient's sign…
Do not allow packages to become wet (wet attracts microorgani…
What are the characteristics of a mino…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
What procedure require the use of surg…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
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Chapter 10 Minor office surgery
Sterile Dressing change
Function of DSD dry sterile dressing
Serous exudate
sanguineous exudate
requires use of sterile technique
protects from contamination and trauma, absorb drainage, and…
clear and watery. Example: blister fluid
RBC's, bloody, bright is fresh bleeding, dark is older bleeding
Sterile Dressing change
requires use of sterile technique
Function of DSD dry sterile dressing
protects from contamination and trauma, absorb drainage, and…
Chapter 10: Minor Office Surgery
surgery
Minor office surgery
What characteristics do minor surgerie…
What types of minor surgical operation…
branch of medicine that deals with operative and manual proce…
surgical procedure that is restricted to the management of mi…
1. Performed in an ambulatory health care facility (physician…
insertion of sutures, sebaceous cyst removal, incision and dr…
surgery
branch of medicine that deals with operative and manual proce…
Minor office surgery
surgical procedure that is restricted to the management of mi…
Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery
what so medical assistant use to prepa…
after surgery why should the medical a…
what is surgical asepsis ?
what does surgical asepsis protects?
sterile technique
to prevent accidental falls and other injuries and to make su…
also known as sterile technique, prefers to the practice that…
the patient from pathogenic microorganism that may enter the…
what so medical assistant use to prepa…
sterile technique
after surgery why should the medical a…
to prevent accidental falls and other injuries and to make su…
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Hlth 125 Chapter 10 Word Surgery
agglutination
allergy
anaphylaxis
anemia
aggultinat: clumping... -ion: process
all: other... -ergy: work
ana-: up... -phylaxis: protection
an-: lack of... -emia: blood condition
agglutination
aggultinat: clumping... -ion: process
allergy
all: other... -ergy: work
Chapter 10 - Minor Office Surgery Terminology
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable suture
Approximation
A wound in which the outter layers of the skin are demaged, a…
A collection of pus in cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
Suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together t…
Abrasion
A wound in which the outter layers of the skin are demaged, a…
Abscess
A collection of pus in cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
Minor Office Surgery Chapter 10
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable Suture
Approximation
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together,…
Abrasion
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
Abscess
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
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Minor Office Surgery Chapter 10 Key Terms
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable Suture
Approximation
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together,…
Abrasion
A wound in which th outer layers of the skin are damaged, a s…
Abscess
A collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue
Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery
What are the characteristics of a mino…
What procedure require the use of surg…
What are the medical assistant's respo…
What are the guidelines in maintaining…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
Explaining patient prep for procedure, getting patient's sign…
Do not allow packages to become wet (wet attracts microorgani…
What are the characteristics of a mino…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
What procedure require the use of surg…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
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Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery (cont)
Sterile Dressing change
Function of DSD dry sterile dressing
Serous exudate
sanguineous exudate
requires use of sterile technique
protects from contamination and trauma, absorb drainage, and…
clear and watery. Example: blister fluid
RBC's, bloody, bright is fresh bleeding, dark is older bleeding
Sterile Dressing change
requires use of sterile technique
Function of DSD dry sterile dressing
protects from contamination and trauma, absorb drainage, and…
Chapter 10 Surgery (pg. 349)
amniocentesis
aspiration
cauterization
conization
removal of a sample of amniotic fluid through a needle inject…
biopsy in which fluid is withdrawn through a needle by suction
removal or destruction of tissue using chemicals or devices s…
removal of a cone-shaped section of the cervix for examination
amniocentesis
removal of a sample of amniotic fluid through a needle inject…
aspiration
biopsy in which fluid is withdrawn through a needle by suction
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Chapter 10 - Minor Office Surgery Terminology
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorbable suture
Approximation
A wound in which the outter layers of the skin are demaged, a…
A collection of pus in cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
Suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together t…
Abrasion
A wound in which the outter layers of the skin are demaged, a…
Abscess
A collection of pus in cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
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MA 176 Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery
abrasion
abscess
absorbable suture
approximation
a wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
a collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
the process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together t…
abrasion
a wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
abscess
a collection of pus in a cavity surrounded by inflamed tissue.
Chapter 10 minor office surgery Craig
Bi/o
-opsy
Colp/o
-scope
Life
To view
Vagina
Instrument used for visual examination
Bi/o
Life
-opsy
To view
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Chapter 10 Minor Office Surgery (The italic words)
Minor Office Surgery
Operating Scissors
Suture scissors
Bandage scissors
a surgical procedure that is restricted to the management of…
have straight delicate blades with sharp cutting edges and ar…
are used to remove sutures
are inserted beneath a dressing or bandage to cut it for remo…
Minor Office Surgery
a surgical procedure that is restricted to the management of…
Operating Scissors
have straight delicate blades with sharp cutting edges and ar…
40 terms
Chapter 10 (Pain) & 12 (Surgery) Key Terms
Addiction (Psychological Dependence)
Adjuvant
Agonist
Analgesic
"Behaviors that include 1 or more of the following: impaired…
Classes of medication that may potentiate the effects of opio…
(Stimulators) A type of opioid that binds to opioid receptors…
Medications that relieve pain. 3 main classes: non opioids, o…
Addiction (Psychological Dependence)
"Behaviors that include 1 or more of the following: impaired…
Adjuvant
Classes of medication that may potentiate the effects of opio…
142 terms
MA - Clinical II (Chapter 10) Minor Office Surgery
What are the characteristics of a mino…
What procedure require the use of surg…
What are the medical assistant's respo…
What are the guidelines in maintaining…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
Explaining patient prep for procedure, getting patient's sign…
Do not allow packages to become wet (wet attracts microorgani…
What are the characteristics of a mino…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
What procedure require the use of surg…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
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MA - Clinical II (Chapter 10) Minor Office Surgery - Ivy
What are the characteristics of a mino…
What procedure require the use of surg…
What are the medical assistant's respo…
What are the guidelines in maintaining…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
Explaining patient prep for procedure, getting patient's sign…
Do not allow packages to become wet (wet attracts microorgani…
What are the characteristics of a mino…
Performed in ambulatory health care facility (dr's office or…
What procedure require the use of surg…
Caring for broken skin (open wounds/suture punctures), penetr…
16 terms
Chapter 10 caring for clients having surgery
Classisfication of surgical procedures
Types of surgeries
Intra operative medications
Surgical team
Purpose:... Diagnostic... Ablative... Reconstructive... Palliative... Transp…
Inpatient... -admitted to hospital before and after surgery ... Out…
General anesthesia... -unconscious and does not respond to pain…
Surgeon ... Surgical assistant... Anesthesiologist ... Circulating nur…
Classisfication of surgical procedures
Purpose:... Diagnostic... Ablative... Reconstructive... Palliative... Transp…
Types of surgeries
Inpatient... -admitted to hospital before and after surgery ... Out…
278 terms
Chapter 10 surgery,dia,imm,lesion,pref
Lapar/o
Lapar/ectomy
Lapar/o/scopy
Lapar/o/scope
Abdominal Wall
An excision of part of the abdominal wall
The process of examining the abdominal cavity with a scope
An instrument that allows a physician to view the inside of t…
Lapar/o
Abdominal Wall
Lapar/ectomy
An excision of part of the abdominal wall
116 terms
Chapter 10: Surgery, Diabetes, Immunology, Lesions, and Prefixes of Numbers and Directions
abduction
aberrant
ablactation
ablation
movement away from a midline
wandering away from the norm
weaning a baby away from breastfeeding
takes away or destroys a tissue layer
abduction
movement away from a midline
aberrant
wandering away from the norm
52 terms
Minor Office Surgery Exam Chapter 10
What are some serious characteristics…
What are the responsibilities of the M…
What is the purpose of serrations foun…
What are hemostatic forceps?
1. performed in an ambulatory healthcare facility. 2. can be…
1. explain the patient prep required for the procedure & for…
grasp tissue & prevent it from slipping out of the jaws of th…
used to clamp off blood vessels & establish hemostasis until…
What are some serious characteristics…
1. performed in an ambulatory healthcare facility. 2. can be…
What are the responsibilities of the M…
1. explain the patient prep required for the procedure & for…
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Surgery 10 - Trauma Surgery (p28-32)
Primary Survey & Resuscitation
Trauma Studies (Know)
ABCDE
ABCDE: Airway
- ABCDEs... - Treat LIFE-threatening conditions... - Obtain traum…
- Rads: CXR, Lat C-spine, AP pelvis... - DPL (Diagnostic Pe…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation... Disability... Environment
Secure airway and protect spinal cord (immobilization w/ rigi…
Primary Survey & Resuscitation
- ABCDEs... - Treat LIFE-threatening conditions... - Obtain traum…
Trauma Studies (Know)
- Rads: CXR, Lat C-spine, AP pelvis... - DPL (Diagnostic Pe…
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surgery ch 10
1.)True statement regarding postoperat…
2.) May be clinical signs of prolonged…
3.) How often should the surgical site…
4.) When checking the surgical site, w…
C.) The vet then knows the patient, can advocate for the pati…
D ABC Lethargy, ataxia, depression
B.) Twice a day, as a minimum
D. ABC The number of sutures. Any swelling. And redness or di…
1.)True statement regarding postoperat…
C.) The vet then knows the patient, can advocate for the pati…
2.) May be clinical signs of prolonged…
D ABC Lethargy, ataxia, depression
200 terms
Chapter 10: Surgery, Diabetes, Immunology, Lesions, and Prefixes of numbers and Direction
lapar/o
Laparectomy
The process of examining the abdominal…
Laparotomy
Combining word that means abdominal wall.
An excision of part of the abdominal wall.
Laparoscopy
An incision into the abdominal wall is a ______.
lapar/o
Combining word that means abdominal wall.
Laparectomy
An excision of part of the abdominal wall.
267 terms
Chapter 17 Otorhinolaryngologic Surgery
Tuning fork
Audiometry is a more sophisticated met…
otoscope is handheld lighted instrument
With very few exceptions
maybe used to perform as intitial assessment and maybe be use…
results are generally reported in a graph form, may wear head…
traction is placed on the pinna
diseases of the middle ear manifest themselves with alteratio…
Tuning fork
maybe used to perform as intitial assessment and maybe be use…
Audiometry is a more sophisticated met…
results are generally reported in a graph form, may wear head…
Surgery 10 - Trauma Surgery (p28-32)
Primary Survey & Resuscitation
Trauma Studies (Know)
ABCDE
ABCDE: Airway
- ABCDEs... - Treat LIFE-threatening conditions... - Obtain traum…
- Rads: CXR, Lat C-spine, AP pelvis... - DPL (Diagnostic Pe…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation... Disability... Environment
Secure airway and protect spinal cord (immobilization w/ rigi…
Primary Survey & Resuscitation
- ABCDEs... - Treat LIFE-threatening conditions... - Obtain traum…
Trauma Studies (Know)
- Rads: CXR, Lat C-spine, AP pelvis... - DPL (Diagnostic Pe…
59 terms
bfswinti-english in the dental surgery-ch10
to request
panoramic x-ray
glasses
earrings
anfordern
OPT
Brille
Ohrringe
to request
anfordern
panoramic x-ray
OPT
10 terms
chapter 56 oral surgery
soft tissue impaction
alveoplasty
bone file
scapel
oral condition in which a tooth is partially to fully covered…
surgical shaping and smooth of the margins of the tooth socke…
surgical instrument used to smooth rough edges of bone struct…
surgical knife
soft tissue impaction
oral condition in which a tooth is partially to fully covered…
alveoplasty
surgical shaping and smooth of the margins of the tooth socke…
15 terms
Surgery 111 Chapter 8
Hemostasis
Primary job for Surgical Tech during t…
Who declares a national emergency and…
Homologous
Stopping the loss of blood (hemorrhage).
Protect the sterile field from contamination
President declares national emergency and FEMA is the organiz…
Blood donated by another person
Hemostasis
Stopping the loss of blood (hemorrhage).
Primary job for Surgical Tech during t…
Protect the sterile field from contamination
37 terms
Surgery: 10 Bone Healing
Secondary Bone Healing
Inflammatory Phase starts when and las…
Inflammatory Phase cells involved and…
Reparative Phase starts and lasts
Bone healing that occurs in the absence of rigid fixation... 3-…
Starts: immediately following injury... Peaks: 48 hours... Pain: ke…
Vascular endothelial cells compliment cascade, platelet aggr…
Starts: a few days after injury... Lasts: a few weeks
Secondary Bone Healing
Bone healing that occurs in the absence of rigid fixation... 3-…
Inflammatory Phase starts when and las…
Starts: immediately following injury... Peaks: 48 hours... Pain: ke…
143 terms
Surgery - Lecture 10
small bowel extends from what to what
where is the ligament of Trietz
what does the small bowel do?
what is a local ileus called?
pylorus to cecum
where the duodenum and jejunum join
digests and absorbs nutrients
sentinal loop
small bowel extends from what to what
pylorus to cecum
where is the ligament of Trietz
where the duodenum and jejunum join
Surgery: Intro/Chapter 1
Patients need a realistic understandin…
Surrogate decision maker
Risk of malnutrition in an operative p…
A history in the operative patient inc…
prognosis and expected outcome
A person who speaks on behalf of the patient
Leads to a significant operative death rate
HPI... ROS... Family History... Allergies and Drug sensitivities... Medic…
Patients need a realistic understandin…
prognosis and expected outcome
Surrogate decision maker
A person who speaks on behalf of the patient
Chapter 23: General Surgery
Abdominal peritoneum
Direct inguinal hernia
evisceration
fistula
serous membrane lining the walls of the abdominal cavity
hernia that results from weakness in the inguinal floor
protrusion of the viscera outside the body as a result of tra…
an abnormal tract or passage leading from one organ to anothe…
Abdominal peritoneum
serous membrane lining the walls of the abdominal cavity
Direct inguinal hernia
hernia that results from weakness in the inguinal floor
Surgery Unit 10
when should the testical descend by?
what can be ligated to tx varicocele
hypospadia
epispadia
6-12 months
spermatic vein
failure of fusion of the urethral folds on the undersurface o…
urethra opens on dorsum of penis
when should the testical descend by?
6-12 months
what can be ligated to tx varicocele
spermatic vein
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Clinical Chap 10 Test Minor Surgery
MA responsibilities for Minor Office S…
MA responsibilities for Minor Office S…
MA responsibilities for Minor Office S…
MA responsibilities for Minor Office S…
explain patient prep
have patient sign consent form
prepare treatment room
prepare patient
MA responsibilities for Minor Office S…
explain patient prep
MA responsibilities for Minor Office S…
have patient sign consent form
66 terms
Chapter 10
Motivation
intrinsic
extrinsic
overjustification effect
describes the wants or needs that direct behavior toward a goal
arising from internal factors
arising from external factors
intrinsic motivation is diminished when extrinsic motivation…
Motivation
describes the wants or needs that direct behavior toward a goal
intrinsic
arising from internal factors
24 terms
Chp 10 Minor Office Surgery Vocab
Abrasion
Absorbable Suture
Approximation
Bandage
A wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
Suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
The process of bringing two parts, such as tissue, together t…
A strip of woven material used to wrap or cover a part of the…
Abrasion
A wound in which the outer layers of the skin are damaged; a…
Absorbable Suture
Suture material that is gradually digested and absorbed by th…
39 terms
Chapter 16 Ophthalmic surgery
Ophthalmic surgery is considered
Phacoemulsifier is used in
Phacoemulsifer uses
diathermy
a specialty of microsurgery since it involves the use of the…
the treatment of cataracts
ultrasonic energy to fragment the hard lens material which th…
the use of high-frequency electromagnetic currents to cauteri…
Ophthalmic surgery is considered
a specialty of microsurgery since it involves the use of the…
Phacoemulsifier is used in
the treatment of cataracts
33 terms
Chapter 10
cell division
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
Chromosome
The process by which a cell divides into two new daugther cells
The production of genetically identical offspring from a sing…
involves the fusion of two parents cells
threadlike structure of DNA and protien that contains genetic…
cell division
The process by which a cell divides into two new daugther cells
asexual reproduction
The production of genetically identical offspring from a sing…
Chapter 17: Otorhinolaryngologic Surgery
Aerodigestive tract
Apnea
Carina
Cholesteatoma
Medical term for the throat
Cessation of breathing
Inferior tracheal cartilage that projects from the tracheal c…
A mass composed of cholesterol and epithelial cells. Congenit…
Aerodigestive tract
Medical term for the throat
Apnea
Cessation of breathing
chapter 10
anesthetic
concussive
forlorn
infirmary
Drug that prevents pain during surgery
temporary unconsciousness or confusion. [jarring shock caused…
Sad and lonely
a health facility where patients receive treatment
anesthetic
Drug that prevents pain during surgery
concussive
temporary unconsciousness or confusion. [jarring shock caused…
chapter 10
anesthetic
concussive
forlorn
infirmary
Drug that prevents pain during surgery
temporary unconsciousness or confusion. [jarring shock caused…
Sad and lonely
a health facility where patients receive treatment
anesthetic
Drug that prevents pain during surgery
concussive
temporary unconsciousness or confusion. [jarring shock caused…
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