A pet belonging to Alexia.
Ally's favourite dog.
The game we made.
We play on them in area 3.
The name of Katie's youngest brother.
Ally's house colour.
Katie's house name.
The name of Alexia's youngest brother.
Ziggy's fur colour.
Ally's favourite colour.
Alexia's favourite colour.
Katie's favourite colour.
A profound and widespread reduction of the effective delivery of oxygen to the body
Shock characterized by intravascular volume loss (fluid, blood)
Shock characterized by arrhythmia,, MI, Valve failure, etc.
Types of this shock can include septic or anaphylactic shock
Type of shock caused by severe infection
Shock caused by tension pneumothorax, PE or tamponade
First line therapy for hypovolemic shock
Septic shock treatment typically includes source control, antibiotics within 1 hour and _______________.
Tissue damage/necrosis when pressors are given peripherally vs centrally
Alpha 1 agonist vasopressor with no effect on HR
Mixed alpha and beta agonist, vasopressor of choice in septic shock
Mixed alpha and beta agonist, vasopressor of choice in ACLS and anaphylactic shock
Vasopressor that stimulates different receptors depending on dose
Stimulates V1 and V2 receptors; adjunct to other catecholamines for septic shock
A Beta-1 agonist that increases HR and FOC
A PDE-3 Inhibitor used in cardiogenic shock and ADHF
Commonly used treatment for extravasation
surgically inserted tube to drain fluid from chest
injury with protruding abdominal organs
multiple fracture in consecutive ribs
Bleeding between lungs and chest wall
Low blood pressure
Object remaining in an open wound
between the ribs
functioning tissue of an organ
tapping on the body and listening
membrane lining abdominal cavity
space between lungs and chest wall
Pressure collapses of a lung
lack of oxygen
under the skin
pertaining to the thorax
A thin walled subpleural gas containing space deep to the pleura- a form of pulmonary air cyst
Which way does the trachea shift during a pneumothorax?
What is your first thought of treating a pneumothorax?
Is a sign or symptom of a pneumothorax
What happens to the lungs in a pneumothorax?
If you have had one you are at risk for another?
Respiratory therapists should offer this to smokers that are at risk for a pneumothorax
It is usually common following a trauma
A spontaneous pneumothorax is more common in what race?
There are how many types of pneumothorax
Absent breath sounds
Air Leak Detector
sympathetic nervous system
Time from door to ECG
Criteria for pneumonia vaccine
Vaccine offered year round
Vaccine offered only October through March
Amount of water required for dysphasia screening
Best technique to prevent infection
Low dose statin
Bacteria that causes respiratory and urinary infections
Long term use of antibiotics can cause
Should be done prior discharge for patients who have had a heart attack