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Solution Manual for Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Pain Management for Veterinary Technicians, 1st Edition Janet Amundson Romich

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Cengage Learning; 1st edition (May 4, 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1285737407
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1285737409

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Solution Manual for Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Pain Management for Veterinary Technicians, 1st Edition Janet Amundson Romich

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Romich, Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Pain Management 2022, ISBN 9781285737409;
Chapter 1: Introduction to Anesthesia

Table of Contents

Review Questions Multiple Choice Answers 1

Case Study Solutions 4

Case 1-1 4

Critical Thinking Questions Solutions 4

Review Questions Multiple Choice Answers

What is the correct definition of the term sedation?

  • A drug-induced reversible state of unconsciousness and loss of sensation
  • The state characterized by CNS depression accompanied by sleepiness/drowsiness and some degree of relaxation
  • A drug-induced state of calm in which anxiety is relieved the patient is relaxed but remains aware of surroundings
  • The loss of sensation in a discrete area of the body caused by the administration of a local anesthetic agent

Answer: b

What is the correct definition of the term tranquilization?

  • A drug-induced reversible sate of unconsciousness and loss of sensation
  • A drug-induced CNS depression and drowsiness in which the patient is generally unaware of surroundings but will respond to painful stimuli
  • The administration of any of a group of compounds that calm and relax an anxious patient but do not induce sleep
  • The loss of sensation in a discrete area of the body caused by the administration of a local anesthetic agent

Answer: c

What do the letters ACVAA stand for?

  • American Congress for Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia
  • Association Certification in Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia
  • American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia
  • American Congress for Veterinary Analgesia and Anesthesia

Answer: c

The Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Anesthesia petitioned which veterinary technician organization in 1998 for recognition as the certifying body for veterinary technician specialists in anesthesia?

  • Veterinary Support Personnel Network
  • National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America-Committee on Veterinary Technician Specialties
  • VetMedTeam-Anesthesia Technicians
  • Veterinary Anaesthesia School for Technicians

Answer: b

Which two organizations write anesthesia guidelines?

    • AVMA and AAHA
    • AVMA and NAVTA
    • IVAPM and ACVAA
    • IVECCS and IVAPM

Answer: a

The job of working in veterinary anesthesia entails

  • monitoring and recovering the anesthesia patient, caring for all anesthetic equipment, and administering certain medications.
  • preparing and monitoring surgical patients, autoclaving surgical equipment, and discharging patients after they recover from anesthesia.
  • monitoring and recovering the anesthesia patient, deciding which medications to administer, and preparing surgical summary reports.
  • deciding which medications to administer, recording vital signs of the patient while under anesthesia, and disinfecting surgical equipment.

Answer: a

Why is it important to have anesthetic equipment calibrated regularly?

  • Without calibration there is no guarantee that everyone has been properly trained in the use of anesthesia equipment.
  • Without calibration the equipment will require extensive repairs the next time it is serviced.
  • Without calibration unqualified veterinary staff may manually alter the anesthetic level.
  • Without calibration the equipment may give incorrect readings and/or operate incorrectly.

Answer: d

What does ASA stand for?

  • Anesthetic Society of Anesthetists
  • Association for Safe Anesthesia
  • American Society of Anesthesiologists
  • Anesthesia Safety for Animals

Answer: c

What does balanced anesthesia mean?

  • Anesthetic drugs are weighed on a scale before being administered to the patient because many drugs are administered during the anesthetic event
  • General anesthesia produced by administering several drugs with the goal of utilizing each drug’s positive actions while avoiding potential adverse effects associated with large doses of a single drug
  • Anesthesia produced by introducing anesthetic agent into the rectum in an attempt to use varying administration routes
  • General inhalation anesthesia in which there is no rebreathing of the expired gases

Answer: b

What does the term analgesia mean?

  • Relief of pain without loss of consciousness; absence of pain or noxious stimulation
  • Injection of an agent into the spinal canal, generally either into the subarachnoid or epidural space
  • A substance used for the control of excessive reaction to or overdosing with a narcotic
  • The combining of pain-relieving agents that act on different mechanisms of nociceptive modulation to enhance additive and synergistic effects

Answer: a

To perform ocular procedures, such as corneal foreign body removal, proparacaine drops are applied to desensitize the cornea. Which type of anesthesia does this describe?

  • Regional
  • Surgical
  • Local
  • Dissociative

Answer: c

By which routes is general anesthesia most commonly administered?

  • Intravenously, intramuscularly, and subcutaneously
  • Intravenously, subcutaneously, and intraperitoneally
  • Inhalation, intramuscularly, and intraperitoneally
  • Inhalation, intravenously, and intramuscularly

Answer: d

A dog is given anesthetic agents and becomes unconscious and does not have any pain perception. Which type of anesthesia does this describe?

  • Dissociative
  • General
  • Regional
  • Local

Answer: b

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