Flashcards in Pharmacology Deck (41)
Which stage of anesthesia causes loss of conciousness and eyelid reflex?
Which of the following is not an induction agent : ketamine hydrochloride, propofol, etomidate, pentothal sodium?
Which of the following is the most commonly used dissociative agent for surgery : pentothal sodium, desflurane, enflurane, ketamine hydrochloride?
Which of the following are nerve conduction blockers : succinylcholine and ethrane, xylocaine and succinylcholine, xylocaine and marcaine, ethrane and marcaine?
xylocaine and marcaine
Which of the following causes pupil dilation : cycloplegic drugs, viscoelastic drugs, mydriatic drugs, both a & c?
both a & c
What is used to correct acidosis, electrolyte, and fluid imbalance ?
ringer's solution and lactated ringer's
When a patient has metabolic alkalosis what solution should be administered?
0.9% Saline Solution
What condition would the blood expander, hespan, be used to correct?
During surgery the patient begins having the following signs and symptoms : tachycardia, increase levels of carbon dioxide, and unstable blood pressure, and muscular contracture. What condition is the patient most likely presenting?
What treatment should be followed during surgery when a patient goes into malignant hyperthermia ?
Stop anesthesia, administer 100% oxygen, dantrolene, chilled iv fluids, and used chilled saline lavage
What fluid needs to be mixed with dantrolene prior to administering it?
Sterile injectable water
What is the loading dose of dantrolene?
What class of drug are opiates?
Which of the following is used in the OR setting for pain management : xylocaine, versed, codeine, keflex?
Schiller's solution is used in which of the following procedures : conization, colposcopy, vulvectomy, marsupialization?
When sensations of sensory and motor eye function need to be blocked, what would the surgeon use?
What can be used to facilitate hemostasis at the surgical site?
Lidocaine with epi
This is when a substance is enhanced by a chemical/drug :
What term is defined as a sweetened aqueous solution?
What term is used for anesthesia vapors escaping the tubing and anesthesia machine?
Waste anesthetic gas
What does tumescent liposuction involve?
A mixture of local anesthetic, epi, saline, and Wydase
A mg is a measurement of :
The solution used intravenously to replace plasma when plasma is not available is :
A systemic agent used to control uterine hemorrhage is :
An artificial plasma-volume expander is :
A drug used to soothe an relieve anxiety is :
The most frequently used barbiturate for IV anesthesia is :
Compazine is :
A drug that could be used to reverse the effect of muscle relaxants is :