What’s The Purposes Of Preoperative Evaluation


What’s the purposes of preoperative evaluation?
A. To obtain pertinent information about the patient’s medical history and physical and mental conditions, in order to determine which tests and consultations are needed
B. Guided by patient choices and the risk factors uncovered by medical history, to choose the care plans to be followed
C. To obtain informed consent
D. all of above
5. About the description of lancinating pain, which of the following is wrong?
A. the noxious stimuli are transmitted by A delta and C nerve fibers to the neuraxis.
B. results from tissue injury
C. generally well localized
D. initiated by nociceptor activation in cutaneous and deep tissues.

10. Which procedure is unnecessary dealing with aspiration?
A. right lateral , reverse trendelenburg position
C. Irrigation of bronchus.
D. respiratory stimulant.

11. What is the best way for a rescuer to know that a rescue breath for victim is effective?
A. The stomach rise visibly
B. An adult ventilation bag is completely compressed
C. the chest rise visibly
D. the rescuer can hear an air leak around the mask
12. How do you know when to start cycles of chest compressions with breaths for an adult?
A. The victim is responsive but is complaining of chest pains and indigestion
B. The victim is unresponsive, is not breathing, and does not have a pulse
C. The victim has a pulse but is having trouble breathing
D. The victim is unresponsive but is breathing adequately
13. If the airway seems obstructed after the first attempt to ventilate an unconscious patient the rescuer should:
A. Give 15 compressions
B. Reposition the head and attempt to ventilate again
C. Give 2 breaths right away
D. All of above

15. What might happen if you touch the victim while the AED is delivering a shock?
A. You might move the victim, which may cause the AED to reanalyze the victim rhythm
B. The AED will power off if you touch the victim while it is shocking
C. The AED could shock you while it is shocking the victim
D. The AED might mistake your movement for the victim pulse and not deliver a shock

17. 25y old patient with deformed healing of forearm fractures is going to receive procedure of open reduction and internal fixation. Auxiliary branchiel plexus block is performed on this patient. Which one is the most common complication?
A. Pneumothorax
B. Subclavian artery haematoma
C. Toxic reaction of local anesthetics
D. Horner syndrome

28. Upper airway obstruction during the General anesthesia is mainly because_____.
A. Muscle of pharyngeal wall relax
B. Tongue or epiglottis felled down to the posterior pharyngeal wall
C. The patient’s tongue is too big
D. Foreign body in the upper airway

30. What is the best way to open the airway of an unresponsive victim with no suspected neck injury?
A. Use a mask
B. Use the head tilt chin lift
C. Use the tongue lift-finger sweeps
D. Use the jaw thrust

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