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SGT 110

Final Exam

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What are the phases of surgical case management? 1.) Preoperative (cut time or endoscope in) 2.) Intraoperative (during) 3.)Postoperative (dressing on or endoscope out)
Responsibilities of a CST Create and maintain sterile field, place surgical dressing, count, time out, don proper attire, gather equipment, secure cords and tubing.
Responsibilities of CRNFA or CSFA Positioning, draping. Visualize, retract, suction and sponging. Identify anatomical structures, assist with hemostasis, volume replacement or auto transfusion techniques, closure, dressing, transfering.
Responsibilities CRNA Preop assessment, determine anesthetic used, discuss options, risk, benefits of anesthesia to pt. manage phases of anesthesia. provide supportive measures (fluid and airway management)
ARC/STSA The Accreditation Review Council on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting
CAAHEP Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
NBSTSA The National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting. (Credentials for CST and CSFA)
AST Association of Surgical Technologist
Unintentional Tort Patient misidentification, performing an incorrect procedure, foreign bodies left in patient secondary to counted items, patient burns, falls or positioning errors, improper handling or misidentification of specimen, incorrect drug administration, harm se
Intentional tort assault, battery, defamation, false imprisonment, intentional infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy
Res Ipsa Loquitur legal doctrine wrong site surgery or retained foreign bodies would fall into
method of pretrial discovery in which questions are answered under oath Deposition
Sentinel event incident report. ex. falls, medication errors, injury etc.
Diagnosis currently used in most jurisdictions to define state of irreversible death Whole brain death.
Tissues that can be recovered after death Corneas, bone, skin
Which body system is Diabetes Mellitus related to? Endocrine system.
Type 1 Diabetes insulin dependent. pancreas produces little or no insulin
most common type of shock seen in infants and children septic shock
antibiotics contraindicated for neonates due to risk of kernicterus Sulfonamides (Bactrim or septra)
trauma center that can treat patients on a 24 hour basis level 1 trauma center.
Wilson Frame operating room table used for prone patients in ortho or back cases.
What procedures is a fluid drain pan used? genitourinary surgical procedures
smoke produced by laser or electrocautery shown to contain biological material plume
Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) chemical compound composed of a mixture of liquid and powder. bone cement. Can be toxic.
harvested from natural rubber found in trees latex
defines electrical potential. the potential energy of electrons at any given time between two points volts
parts of esu grounding pad, active electrode, generator, control panel,
what are transmissible forms of spongiform encephalopathy
what kind of outlets are used in the or three pronged outlets.
Mechanical process used by ultrasonic cleaners during which air pockets implode to dislodge debris and soil from the crevices and serrations of instruments cavitaion
abnormal communication between two normally separate intenal structures or an abnormal communiation between an internal structure and the body surface fistula
#3 #7 #9 knife handles fit 10,11,12,15 blade
#4 knife handle fit 20-25
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