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end tidal carbon dioxide detector
indicator that signals by color change
infiltration
escape of fluid into surrounding tissue
access port
sealed hub on administration set
guage
measure of interior diameter of catheter
phlebitis
inflamation of a vein
stylet
plastic coated wire that gives rigidity to endotracheal tubes
laryngoscope
instrument used to view vocal cords
arrhythmia
abnormal rhythm of the heart
catherter
flexible hollow tube that delivers fluids
limb leads
placed on arms and legs
extubation
removal of a tube after placement
king lt
supraglottic airway
combitube
multilumen airway, two balloons, two vent ports
endotracheal intubation
insertion of a tube through the vocal cords
drip chamber
fluid accumulates to keep tubing filled with fluid
plastic coated wire that gives rigidity to endotracheal tube
stylet
inflammation of a vein
phlebitis
placed on arms and legs
limb lead
flexible hollow structure that delivers fluids
catheter
removal of a tube after placement
extebation
escape of fluid into surrounding tissue
infiltration
measure of the interior diameter of a catheter
guage
indicator that signals by color change
end tidal carbon dioxide detector
instrument used to view vocal cords
laryngoscope
insertion of a tube through vocal cords
endotracheal intubation
sealed hub on administration set
access port
fluid accumulates to keep tubing filled with fluid
drip chamber
abnormal rhythm of the heart
arrhythmia
supraglottic airway
kingLT
multilumen airway, two balloons, two vent ports
combitube
the purpose of advanced airway management is to provide better protection and improve_______ in patients by using a tube to create a direct channel to the trachea
ventilation
the upper airway consists of
nose
mouth
pharynx
the ______ is located at the glottic opening and prevents food and liquid from entering the lower airway during swallowing
epiglottis
after ___ minutes without oxygen cells in the brain and nervous system may die
4-6
the first step in airway management is
opening the airway
____ is a very effective way to control a patients airway and has many advantages over other airway managment techniques
endotrachael intubation
the purpose of a ____ is to sweep the tongue out of the way and to align the airway so that you can see the vocal cords and pass the ET tube through them
laryngoscope
a good rule of thumb is to always have a _____ ETT on hand; this size will fit most male or female adult patients
6.5 mm
you will use the ____ to test for air leaks in the ETT before intubation
lighted stylet
an intubation attempt should not take more than ___ seconds
20
a syringe with plunger and a bulb syringe are commonly used as
a devise to secure an ETT
what are used as secondary confirmation devise for ETT placement
an esophageal detector devise
what are considered complications of intubation
left main stem brochus intubation
increased hypoxia from delayed intubation attempt
laryngospasm
what are benefits of using a multilumen airway
requires a deeply comotose patient
can be inserted blindly
easily placed
contraindications of multilumen airways include
patients with a gag reflex
patients with liver disease
patients who has ingested a caustic substance
when in IV solution is taken out of its protective sterile plastic bag is must be used within
48 hours
a microdrip administration set requires___ drops to flow 1 Ml
30
the guage of a catheter refers to the
diameter of the needle
intranosseous IVs are generally started in the
proximal tibia
risk associated with starting an IV include
infiltration
phlebitis
impaired blood clotting