Clinic Tools 3 (ch. 7)

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Clinic Tools 3 (ch. 7)
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2014-05-04 18:25:14
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Chapter 7: Tubes and Intravenous and Urinary Catheters
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    • Esophageal Stethoscope
    • -to allow the heart beat to be heard: it is used during procedures w/ anesthesia
    • Endotracheal Tube
    • -to establish an open airway to deliver gas anesthesia or oxygen
    • CN: Trach tube, ET tube
    • Indwelling Intravenous Catheter 
    • -to establish a port into a vein or artery to deliver intravenous (IV) fluids
    • CN: IV catheter
    • Intravenous Butterfly or Winged Infusion set
    • -to establish a port into a vein to deliver IV fluids or to draw blood samples from very small animals such as rabbits & kittens
    • CN: Butterfly Catheter

    +easy to place but difficult to keep in place due to the needle
    • Intravenous Drip Set
    • -to provide a connection between the IV catheter and the IV fluids and to regulate the flow of the fluids.
    • CN: IV drip set, IV line, Venous Set
    • Simplex Intravenous Bell Sets
    • -to provide connection between the IV catheter and the IV fluids and to regulate the flow of those fluids
    • CN: Gravity IV Set

    +used on large animals, less common now days.
  1. Simplex Intravenous Bell Sets
    Gravity IV Set


    -to provide connection between the IV catheter and the IV fluids and to regulate the flow of those fluids
  2. Esophageal Stethoscope
    • to allow the heart beat to be heard: it is used during procedures w/ anesthesia
  3. Endotracheal Tube
    • -to establish an open airway to deliver gas anesthesia or oxygenCN: Trach tube, ET tube
  4. Indwelling Intravenous Catheter
    IV catheter
    • -to establish a port into a vein or artery to deliver intravenous (IV) fluids
  5. Intravenous Butterfly or Winged Infusion set
    Butterfly Catheter
    • -to establish a port into a vein to deliver IV fluids or to draw blood samples from very small animals such as rabbits & kittens
  6. Intravenous Drip Set
    IV drip set, IV line, Venous Set
    • -to provide a connection between the IV catheter and the IV fluids and to regulate the flow of the fluids,
    • Three-Way Stopcock
    • -to give the user more than one port through which to administer solutions vie syringe or other IV catheters 
    • CN: Stopcock
  7. Three-Way Stopcock
    Stopcock
    • To give the user more than one port through which to administer solutions vie syringe or other IV catheters
    • Injection Cap
    • -to close off the end of a catheter
  8. Injection Cap
    • -to close off the end of a catheter
  9. 6" long - for cats
    • Tom Cat Catheter 
    • -to catheterize a male cat, in most cases because of urethral blockage but also to secure a urine sample
  10. Tom Cat Catheter
    • -to catheterize a male cat, in most cases because of urethral blockage but also to secure a urine sample
  11. 18" long - male dogs
    • Polypropylene Urethral Catheter
    • -to catheterize a male dog inmost cases because of urethral blockage but also to secure a urine samples
  12. Polypropylene Urethral Catheter
    • 18" long
    • -to catheterize a male dog inmost cases because of urethral blockage but also to secure a urine samples
    • Feeding Tube and Urethral Catheter 
    • -To be use as a nasogastric or esophageal feeding tube or a urinary catheter 
    • Foley Catheter 
    • -to catheterize an animal when the catheter must be retained. The catheter can be placed in the urethra, rectum, or uterus
  13. Foley Catheter
    • -to catheterize an animal when the catheter must be retained. The catheter can be placed in the urethra, rectum, or uterus
    • Female Canine Catheter 
    • -to catheterize the bladder or uterus of a female dog
  14. Female Canine Catheter
    • -to catheterize the bladder or uterus of a female dog

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