Neonates Chapter 10
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THe underlying etiology of RDS is:
Of the following, which are complications of RDS?
2. Intraventricular hemorrhage
5. left ventricular failure
- Intraventricular hemorrhage
Oxygen toxicity, barotrauma, PDA, and fluid overload are all linked to the develpment of:
Which of the following is least likely to be used when treating BPD?
The radiographic picture of Wilson-Mikity syndrome appears similar to:
What best defines vaso-obliteration?
Necrosis of retinal vessels
Prevention of ROP is based on:
Cautious use of oxygen
Intraventricular hemorrhage in premature neonates occurs most often in the:
Bleeding in the brain ventricles, without evidence of ventricular dilation, describes:
Grade 2 IVH
One of the initial signs of fetal asphyxia is:
Meconium passage into the amniotic fluid is precipitated by:
Intubation of the trachea, followed by suction applied to the endotracheal tube while it is being removed, is indicated when:
Thick meconium is present in the amniotic fluid.
A ventilator patient's status suddenly worsens with bradycardia, cyanosis, retractions, and apnea. The immediate reaction of the respiratory care practitioner would be:
Check for signs of extubation followed by transillumination of the chest
PIE can best be treated by:
Low ventilatory pressures
A patient is suspected of having PPHN. Which of the following is the most accurate test to make teh diagnosis?
The hyperoxia-hyperventilation test
Which of the following is a risk of treating PPHN with NO?
Which of the following are indicative of TTN?
1. Deviated white blood cell count
4. Metabolic acidosis
5. Normal PaO2 and PaCO2
- Normal PaO2 and PaCO2
Of the following, which is not a cause of central apnea?
Vocal cord paralysis
Which of the following drugs would be used to treat central apnea?
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