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PT EVAL 7

PT EVAL 7 Review

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What does CAPNOMETRY measure and how is it acomplished?
How does the PetCO2 compare to the arterial PCO2
The normal range for end tidal CO2 is between__ and ___%
What would an increase PECO2 indicate?
What would an decrease PECO2 indicate?
Immediately following intubation, the PetCO2 sensor be placed?
What is an exhaled CO2 detection device used for?
What color would a disposable CAPNOMETRY device be in the presence of exhaled CO2?
Most OXIMETRY devices can measure what two parameters?
PULSE OXIMETRY results are considered accurate in PT with good _____ and at saturations greater than ______%
Describe three conditions that can limit the accuracy of oximeters
Overnight Pulse Oximetry an overnight study would be useful in what situation?
Overnight Pulse Oximetry What two parameters must the equipment be able to record
What condition canbe diagnosed by co-oximetry
A PT in a pulmonary rehabilitation program is sheduled for routine spirometry testing. Prior to testing a blood gas sample reveals a carboxyhemoglobin level of 12% The Therapist should Educate on
Why might there be a difference between the oxygen saturation reported by a blood gas machine and the saturation reporeted from co-oximetry?
Briefly describe the principles of PtcO2 monitoring?
Briefly describe the principles of PtcCO2 monitoring?
To enhance perfusion the electrode is heated to what temperature?
What condition will affect the accuracy of the electrode?
Where should the electrode be placed
How often should the electrode site be changed
What should the therapist do if erythema develops at the electrode site
What affect will an air leak have on the displayed values
Describe how an impedance monitor detects PT breathing efforts
How would hiccups affect the accuracy of the monitor
When should an apenea monitor be used
Define HEMO
Define DYNAMICS
Define HEMODYNAMICS
What are the three factors which control Blood Pressure
Describe how each can increase blood pressure HEART
Describe how each can increase blood pressure BLOOD
Describe how each can increase blood pressure VESSELS
List the four chambers of the heart and the circulatory branch each chamber serves CHAMBER 1
List the four chambers of the heart and the circulatory branch each chamber serves CHAMBER 2
List the four chambers of the heart and the circulatory branch each chamber serves CHAMBER 3
List the four chambers of the heart and the circulatory branch each chamber serves CHAMBER 4
Created by: Cam1228