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chisels have 1 beveled side, the ostome has 2 beveled sides true
a rasp is used to remodel bone true
a very fine balanced "elevator" such as a pennfield is used in vasocular surgery to seperate arthroscloric plaque from inside a blood vessel true
sharp hooks & rake retractors are used close to nerves/blood vessels false
dull hook & rake retractors are designed to grasp the underside of superficial tissue false
dialators are used to stretch the inside diameter of a lumen true
rather than opening expensive implants and possibly contaminating them, a sicor allows the surgeon to test the replica for the correct size first true
hemostats should never be used to grasp needles or metal objects as it can damage the tip of the instrument true
a castro-vejo needle is usually used for orthropedic case such as total knee or hip replacement false
poole suctions are designed to work in the abdominal cavity true
hinge portion of an instrument box lock
a process in the ST & Circulator prioritize tasks and carry out the preparations for a surgical case in an orderly manner case planning
instrument that is a 1 pc instrument used to cut thru soft tissue during amputation amputation knife
fibrous connective tissue requires heavy scissors for cutting curved mayo
when a surgeon is using a rongue (sp) it is important to all of the above (use damp sponge, save all tissue using raytex,do not pull out of surgeons hand)
a retractor is described as all of the above (hand held, wide/narrow, mallable)
what member of the surgical team must keep track of how many & what kind of instruments are inside the wound ST & surgeon
are the major cause of lawsuits arising from surgery. items retained in the surgical wound
marks surgical time & is entered into the pts operative record 1st incision
an example of an autramutic instrument all of the above (babcock, debacky forceps)
when opening steril pkgs w/tape, you should break the tape
what indicates the preferred method of counting written hospital policy
what must be left in the OR until final count for the procedure is verified all of the above (trash/linen, surgical team, pt)
what is never removed until after final count all of the above (contaminated needle holder, dropped instrument, broken blades)
speciment must be laid on what to protect the bone or tissue a moist teflon pad
tissue that is heavy w/fluid, inflammed or diseased boggy
what can tolerate the pressure of an allis elastic tissue; vaginal vault & some gandular tissue (B & C)
many instruments have expensive tunstine carbon inserts
ST can anticipate and assist the surgeon by all of the above (memorize instruments; learn nicknames of instruments; memorize the tissues they are used on)
to place 1 or more clamps at a right angle cross clamping
ortho instrument used that has 1 side beveled chisel
instrument w/2 hinges in the middle is double action instrument
a graduated smooth instrument used to increase the diameter of a anatomical opening in tissue dialator
an instrument placed w/in the natural lumen of a fiscula to determine it's length and direction probe
a hemostat w/a straight shank and a right angle tip mixter
an autramatic instrument who's jaws do not close completely as to not injure the tissue/organ semi occulding clamp
seperating on a vertical plane using dissecting scissors undermining
39 picture self-retaining retactor
40 picture stapler
41 picture grain retractor
42 picture russian forceps
43 picture double ended eastman retractor
what is used on fibrous tissue toothed instrument
how to anticipate what the surgeon will need B observe tissue being worked on
order by tip 1. holstead 2. crile 3. kelly 4. pion-rodchester (mosquite)
47 picture cellerem retractor
which is not a cutting instrument mayo collins
the 35w stapler is for skin
not a forcep blake
name of picture green retractor
tip of forcep is a russian
double ended retractor eastman richardson
a schmidt can also be called a tonsil snap true
is not a retractor carter glass man
stent dressing a type of dressing in which a molded pressure dressing is sutured to the wound site
serosa the delicate outer layer of tissue of most organs
Created by: clmcnees