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The power source for all fiberoptic instruments & equipment is:
Fiberoptic light source
Orthopedic power equipment is run by:
What part is responsible for conducting the electrical current back to the electrosurgical unit?
The proper pressure setting for the pneumatic tourniquet for an adult arm is:
250-300 mm Hg
Which laser is used to coagulate bleeders during an endoscopic procedure?
Which of the following diagnostic imaging techniques provides the best imaging of soft tissues?
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Endometrial laser ablation is most commonly treated by:
How often should a tourniquet applied to an adult leg be periodically deflated?
Every 1 1/2 hours
What is another name for the electrosurgical unit's inactive electrode?
Which of the following parts of the microscope provides magnification & resolving power?
Optical lens system
What is the name of the latex rolled bandage used to exsanguinate an extremity before a tourniquet cuff is inflated?
Reese & Brown are types of:
Which laser is used to treat retinopathy?
What is the proper range of intraoperative pressure when using an insufflator during a laparoscopic procedure?
12-15 mm Hg
What term is used to describe the side-to-side action of a power saw blade?
What type of specialty equipment uses liquid nitrogen & is often utilized to repair retinal detachments?
What type of electrosurgical unit does not require the use of a grounding pad?
A patient brought into surgery has previously undergone a right total hip arthroplasty. Where should the grounding pad be placed?
At what pressure should the tourniquet be set for an adult thigh?
300-350 mm Hg
What device would the surgeon use to identify essential nerves during a cranial procedure in order to preserve them?
Preoperative Case Management-Speciality Equipment