Neonates Chapter 17

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Neonates Chapter 17
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2012-03-06 19:40:21
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Special procedures and nonconventional ventilatory techniques
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  1. Rescue surfactant is given:
    After the onset of RDS sypmtoms
  2. Artificial surfactant is best administered:
    Directly instilled into the endotracheal tube
  3. The major advantage to HFV is:
    Reduced barotrauma
  4. The convective movement of a tidal volume that is larger than dead space is achieved with:
    HFPPV
  5. What is not a hazard of HFV?
    Hypertension
  6. While managing a patient receiving HFOV the respiratory care practitioner notices that the PaO2 is decreased. This can be corrected by:
    Increasing the PIP
  7. Which HFV methods requires the use of an adapted ETT?
    HFJV
  8. Which of the following describes the venoarterial route of ECLS?
    Blood is taken from the right artrium and returned to teh aortic arch.
  9. Two criteria used to determine potential ECLS patients are:
    A-a gradient and the oxygen index
  10. The most common complication of ECLS is:
    Bleeding
  11. An advantage to the use of negative pressure ventilation is:
    Reduced cardiopulmonary complications
  12. What is not true regarding partial liquid ventilation?
    Reduces infection

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