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clinical 1 ch 10

assisting with minor office surgery

scrubbed personnel should never drop their hands below their waist
when applying antiseptic soap to the skin in concentric circles work from the center outward
how far beyond the dressing should the bandage extend 1-2 inches
what is debridement removal of dead tissue
what is applied directly over the wound primary dressing
what is achieved by applying a moist dressing, allowing it to dry, and then removing it autolytic debridement
a discharge that contain serum and blood is known as serosanginous
alternative wound care for delayed healing using negative pressure to help close a wound subatmospheric pressure device
which items are not considered sterile cap, mask, shoe covers,eye shields
when identifying a patient always use two identifiers
prior to any procedure you should have the patient empty their bladder
when preparing the mayo tray for a procedure it should be at your waist level
sterile solutions should be slowly poured 2-6 inches above the field
surgical scrub should be done for 2-6 minutes
anything below waist level is considered not sterile
MA's role prior to procedure ensure patient is comfortable and relaxed
during the procedure hand physician instruments, replace instruments as needed
at the conclusion of a procedure it is your responsibility to apply the sterile dressing and bandage
stage one of would healing inflammatory
stage two of wound healing proliferative
stage three of wound healing maturation
sterile dressing are used to keep out dirt and bacteria
dressing that lays directly over the wound is classified as a primary dressing
dressing placed over a primary dressing to assist with fluid absorption is classified as a secondary dressing
drainage that contains serum and is clear/yellow serous
discharge that contains blood sanguinous
wrapping material that is placed over a dressing bandage
bandaging should be wrapped distal to proximal
most common method of bandaging to secure a dressing circular
bandaging to immobilize a joint is done in a figure eight
patient instructions prior to surgery should include when to be NPO and what medications should be stopped and/or should be taken
what should a patient wera when coming in for a procedure loose comfortable clothing, leave all valuables home
a surgical card file includes what information the physicians preferences for procedures regularly performed
common antimicrobial soap used to clean the skin hibiclens
skin antiseptic applied to the surgical area after cleaning iodine/betadine
a drape with an opening that goes over the surgical site fenestrated drape
discharge that contains both serum and blood serosanginous
discharge that contains pus purulent
MA job when assisting with additional lidocaine clean the top of the vial and hold it upside for the physician to draw more medication up
this procedure using forced oxygen to help promote healing for difficult wounds hyperbaric oxygen therapy
instrument using electric current to cut and control bleeding cautery
uses liquid nitrogen to freeze skin lesion off cryosurgery
uses an intense beam of light to get rid of unwanted lesion laser
repair of a wound usually caused by trauma laceration repair
incision of an abcess to drain collection of pus incision and drainage (I&D)
Created by: clarevoyant1019