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Suctioning review questions

QuestionAnswer
Absolute contraindication for suctioning epiglottitis and croup
How to tell if suction worked Decrease WOB, BS, got something out
When to suction When needed, when patient requests
Safe range for adult pressure 120-150
Safe range for child pressure 100-120
safe range for infant pressure 80-100
How to look for leaks when not vacumming look in connection
What kind of catheter for left main stem bronchi directional or Coude
What to do for collection of sputum attach leuken tube and suction
What kinds of lavages are there normal saline, mucomyst, and Na Bicarb
What are some complications for suctioning bronchospasm, vagal stimulation (bradycardia)
How to prevent complications correct the pressure set, be gentle, hyperoxygenate, make sure it's quick (no more than 15 seconds)
When do you suction (in or out) On the way out only
Created by: TnJFarrington12