Form of anesthesia, loss of sensation in one localized part of the body
Implies that a specified quantity of drug was rapidly administered IV.
Branch of medicine dealing with operative procedures to correct deformities and defects
Form of anesthesia that uses paste or gel on a specific area
Medication to relieve pain
Opioid analgesic used to supplement general anesthesia during and after surgery to control pain
A physician who specializes in the practice of anesthesia
flexible tube tha tis inserted into a vein or artery to deliver medication, fluids or remove fluids from body
registered nurse who has additional education & training in the administration of anesthetic medications
"Breathing tube"; Placed in trachea to ensure the airway remains open and protected so air reaches the lungs
Instrument used to open throat and larynx, so that intubation is possible
combination of drugs used to medically-induce a state of reversible consciousness
Lying face up and on an incline with head lower than legs
Form of anesthesia, interrupts pain sensation along a nerve in certain part of body, injected into or around the nerve
Loss of motor response (movement) due to paralysis of motor nerves
A state which there is malleable rigidity of limbs, generally unresponsive to aural, visual, or minor painful stimuli.
Endotracheal tube has been removed from airway
The insertion of tube into the airway to protect it from collapsing; opening up the airway to give oxygen, anesthetic or medication
A powerful inhaled drug used for induction and general maintenance of anesthesia; Non-flammable
Stage of anesthesia; erratic breathing, irregular heart rate, nausea, dilated pupils
Inhalation of oro-pharyngeal or gastric content into larynx and respiratory tract
Deprived of adequate oxygen supply
Implies that a specified quantity of drug was rapidly administered IV.
Branch of medicine dealing with operative procedures to correct deformities and defects.
Medication to relieve pain.
A physician who specializes in the practice of anesthetics.
Flexible tube that is inserted into a vein or artery tp deliver medications, fluids or remove fluids from the body.
Instrument used to open the throat and larynx so that intubation is possible.
Combination of drugs used to medically-induce a state of reversible unconsciousness.
Form of anesthesia, interrupts pain sensation along a nerve in certain parts of the body. injected in or around a nerve.
State in which there is malleable rigidity of the limbs, generally unresponsive to to aural, visual, or minor painful stimuli.
Form of anesthesia, loss of sensation in one localized part of the body.
Form of anesthesia, uses paste or gel on specific area.
Opioid analgesic used to supplement general anesthesia during and after surgery to control pain.
Registered nurse who has received additional education and training in the administration of anesthetic medications.
"Breathing Tube"; Placed in trachea to ensure the airway remains open and protected so air reaches the lungs.
Lying face up and on an incline with head lower than legs.
Loss of motor response (movement) due to paralysis of motor nerves.
Endotracheal tube has be removed from the airway.
Deprived of adequate oxygen supply.
Entry of liquid or solid material into the trachea and lungs.
REM Stage of anesthesia.
Colorless, nonflammable inhalent
Flammable anesthetic no longer used.
MD or certified registered nurse anesthetist who specializes in the art and science of administering anesthesia.
preferably an RN; monitors and coordinates all activities in OR, provides supplies to scrub nurse, and manages patient care.
provides intraoperative imaging in a variety of examinations with a variety of equipment
responsible for maintaining the integrity, safety, and efficacy of the sterile field
allied health practitioner qualified by academic and clinical education
qualified surgeon or resident in an accredited surgical educational program; must be capable to assume duties of surgeon
licensed physician specially trained and qualified to perform surgical procedures
The area between the patient drape and the instrument table is maintained as a_________________ and is the territory of the surgeon and the instrument nurse only.
Access in the sterile corridor area is permitted only to those wearing? (4 wds)
What are the Three Cardinal Principles of Radiation Protection; Especially important during C-arm procedure? (3wds)
What C-arm Orientation has the least exposure to operator?
What C-arm Orientation has increased exposure to face and neck by a factor of four?
What C-arm Orientation has increased exposure at x-ray tube end?
What C-arm Orientation should be avoided; increased exposure to head and neck?
The_______ pedal allows the physician or other operator to have hands-free operation of the C-arm.
________ _________ consists of the practice and procedures used to minimize the levels of infectious agents present in the surgical environment. (2 wds)
The typical surgical suite has two general regions known as? (3wds)
What is the area called where the technologist is located?
left posterior oblique (abbrv)
Right posterior oblique (abbrv)
anterior posterior (abbrv)
What is the primary source of radiation exposure to the fluoroscopy staff ? (2wds)
What outfit does the sterile team wear?
Position where patient is lying on their back?
Position where patient is lying on their Stomach?
Infection control precautions are designed to prevent _____ of bloodborne viruses and pathogens among patients.
______are not reusable, and cannot be hanging in the POD for multiple uses.
All disposable supplies brought into the patient's "room" are _______when the patient is discharged from the POD
the treatment area is ______disinfected while the patient is in the POD
the ________is disinfected before the machine is
Heparin vials expire _____days after opening?
you should never touch the dialysis machine with your _____ ______
_____ are required when touching the patients curtains
______hands before applying and after removing gloves
dialysis machines may not recirculate for more than __________
most highly evolved structure of the body
divided temporal lobe from frontal and anterior parietal
divides frontal from parietal lobes
predominates in cognition, planning, initiation
speech motor planning
region of parietal sensory reception
site of auditory reception
damage to this area results in difficult with language decoding
receives all auditory information
responsible for receiving visual stimulation and higher level visual processing
tracts running to and from the cortex to the brainstem and spinal column
communication between regions of the same hemisphere
connects frontal lobe gyri to temporal, parietal and occipital lobes
common relay for sensory information relayed through cerebral cortex
involved in background movement and modifies output
controls involuntary activities of viscera
controls voluntary bodily function
transmits information toward soma
transmits information away from soma
fatty wrapping covering the neuron
areas between myelinated segments
long, thin projections at the ends of axons
on soma, usually inhibitory
communicate between neurons
bipolar neuron that activates muscular or glandular responses, usually long myelinated axons