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Special Procedures 2

Special Procedures Review

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A lateral decubitus chest radiograph shows a border from the diaphragmatic area to the apices. This is most indicative of which of the following? Fluid in pleural cavity
During a Thoracentesis procedure serous fluid is drawn from the PT. The finding assists in the diagnosis of which disease process? Congestive Heart Failure
Which of the following is one of the primary indications for BPAP? Central Sleep Apnea
A PT diagnosed with occulsive sleep apnea will display what type of breathing pattern during an afternoon nap study? Nasal flow descrease, Respiratory effort increases and Sp02 descrease
A PT is intubated and transported to ED via ambulance PT involved in a motor cycle accident. Respiratory performs assessment and notices asymmetrical chest movement. Palpation is performed and is NEG for crepitus.Therapist should immediately Pull the endotracheal tube back slightly
PT TV 800ml, PT having difficulty maintaining. Bilateral chest tube inserted for plural effusions. ph 7.33 PaC02 51 Pa02 70 HC03 25 SIMV F 12/min, totalrate of 28/min,35% oxy What should be done Assess volume lost through chest drainage system
A 52 yr male pt is undergoing a sleep study with CPAP and Oxygen titration. 2LPM 02 is being bled into CPAP level of * cmH20 Sp02 reading fluctuate between 83-86% The respiratory therapist would interpret this information as Inadequate oxygenation support
During the past six months a PT has experienced recurrent infiltrates requiring hospiitalization for drainage. Which of the following should be recommend to help determine the cause of this problem? PERCUTANEOUS BIOPSY
A PT in the ICU is receiving continuous Mechanical Ventilator check. The respiratory therapist notices the lack of a water seal. Until a closed system can be reestablished, the therapist should Leave the chest tubes open to atmospheric air
After undergoing polysomnography testing a PT learns he experienced 3 to 4 apneic periods per hour lasting 8 seconds or less. The respiratory therapist is asked for her recommendation on treatment for this PT. Which of the following suggest? Nothing,this is not definitive for sleep apnea
Created by: Cam1228