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RCIS Final EXAM 105a

ICVT Senior Mock Final Exam

QuestionAnswer
You feel no resistance when inflating Swan Ganz catheter you should: Aspirate 1.5cc's , tape the port so no one else tries to inflate the balloon, and notify the physician
The hub of a catheter contains the: Luer-lock female connection
Given a pt presenting for a bi-v ICD implant and a baseline O2 sat of 84%: The pt should not be sedated until the oxygen deficit is resolved
Your pt is in acute pulmonary edema. A recommended position for him is: Sitting up to facilitate breathing and decrease venous return
The dosage of ergonovine in a provocative study for Prinzmetal's is: 0.1 mg
The neurologic assessment result documented as PERRLA is obtained using a/an: Flashlight
Compared to the femoral approach, trasnradial access for the catheterization has been shown to: decrease access site complications after coronary procedures, decrease cost, increase pt comfort, allow for earlier outpatient discharge
After having applied a 12 lead ECG electrodes to the pt, you notice a negative QRS in Lead I. The cause of this typically wires switched: Right arm switched with left arm
T or F: Radial artery loops are caused by catheter vasospasm False
latest in history of cardiology development of Biventricular pacing for cardiac resynchronization
The dosage of ergonovine provocative study for Prinzemetals is 0.1mg
After having applied 12 lead a negative QRS in lead 1 is present. Why?: Right arm switched with left arm
How could a DVT case a TIA? By traveling through a patent foramen ovale
Created by: ICVT2b
 

 



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