Dressings, Sponges, Tubes & Catheters

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Dressings, Sponges, Tubes & Catheters
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2012-04-11 19:32:27
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Intraoperative Case Management-Dressings, Sponges, Tubes & Catheters
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  1. Which of the following is a nonadherent dressing?
    Adaptic
  2. Which of the following is not a type of ureteral catheter tip?
    Pezzer
  3. A nasogastric tube used for insertion in the small intestine is:
    Miller-Abbott
  4. An embolus would most likely be removed by a/an:
    Fogarty catheter
  5. Malecot, mushroom, & sump are all types of surgical:
    Drains
  6. What drainage system is preferred for a radical neck dissection?
    Hemovac
  7. When two chest tubes are inserted after an open cardiovascular procedure, the upper tube is used to evacuate:
    Air
  8. What type of sponge is a tightly rolled cotton tape used by surgeons for blunt dissection?
    Kittner
  9. What can be utilized for wounds, in particular for abdominal surgical wounds, that will require frequent dressing changes & prevent damage to the skin?
    Montgomery straps
  10. What layer of the three-layer dressing absorbs the secretions of the wound?
    Intermediate
  11. Which of the following dressings is ideal for neck procedures?
    Stent
  12. What type of catheter is used for the infusion of chemotherapeutic agents into the abdomen?
    Tenckhoff
  13. What type of tube can be inserted & left in place for continual gastric aspiration?
    Sump tube
  14. Which of the following is a type of passive drain?
    Penrose
  15. What type of drain is best used for the biliary system?
    T-tube

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