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Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to decompress the gastrointestinal tract

T

2

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to prevent abcess formation on trauma patients

D

3

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to explore or dilate canals of the body

B

4

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to maintain an opening such as in the trachea

T

5

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to remove infectious materials to minimize contact with surgical wounds

C

6

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to prevent formation of hemotomas

D

7

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to prevent decompression or drainage of retained body fluids

C

8

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used to enable gentle retraction of tissue during operative procedures

D

9

Distinguish among uses for catheters, drains, and tubes by placing a C for catheters, a D for drains, a T for tubes, and a B for Bougies next to their uses. used as a route for instilling dye for diagnostic purposes

C

10

Vocabulary passive movement of fluid through tube

gravity

11

Vocabulary passive movement of fluid along a solid object

capillary action

12

Vocabulary used to drain hollow organs such as bladder, may be used as gastrostomy tube, and may be place in large abscess site; connected to drainage bag and drained by gravity

Malecot or Pezzer mushroom-tipped catheter

13

Vocabulary drains through natural action, but has an increased incidence of infection

Passive/Open

14

Vocabulary used to drain wound where small to moderate amounts of drainage are expected; has self-contained collecting device and manual suction

Jackson-Pratt

15

Vocabulary used to drain wound after extensive dissection or where moderate to large amounts of drainage are expected; has self-contained collecting device and manual suction

Hemovac

16

Vocabulary a gauze dressing is placed over the drain site and acts as the collection device

Penrose drain

17

Vocabulary used as a Penrose, but gauze allows for "wick" action on accumulated fluid

cigarette drain

18

Vocabulary inserted after a common bile duct exploration to ensure patency and drainage of the duct during the healing process; connects to a bile bag and drains by gravity

T-tube

19

Vocabulary mechanical removal of body fluids

suction

20

Vocabulary drains into a closed fluid collection reservoir using negative pressure to mechanically remove body fluids

active/closed

21

Vocabulary fluted, flat tube used to drain fluids from wound and comes in French sizes

Blake drain

22

Vocabulary drains into a closed fluid collection reservoir through mechanical extraction and is more desirable since there is a decreased incidence of infection

passive/closed

23

Vocabulary the collection and reinfusion of the patient's own blood

autologous blood retrieval drainage system

24

Complete the statement concerning chest drains or chest tubes used in OR. Chest tubes are used for all of the following reasons EXCEPT 1) to evacuate hemothorax 2) to drain pleural abscesses 3) to drain esophogeal abscesses 4) to evacuate pneumothorax

3) to drain esophogeal abscesses

25

Complete the statement concerning chest drains or chest tubes used in OR. When 2 chest tubes are used, the higher chest tube provides for evacuation of _____. 1) air 2) blood 3) serous drainage 4) all of the above

1) air

26

Vocabulary provides access to the stomach for enteral feeding of patients who are unable to eat normally due to disease process or trauma

Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube

27

Vocabulary single lumen tube used for gastric decompression connected to gravity drainage or intermittent suction

Levine tube

28

Vocabulary provides prolonged nutritional support following upper gastrointestinal surgery or trauma

Jejunostomy tube

29

Vocabulary double lumen tube that is used for aspiration, irrigation, or introduction of medication

Sump tube

30

Vocabulary surgically inserted into the stomach to provide decompression and/or nutrition

gastrostomy tube