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Trauma and Post-op Management

by Stuart Enoch, PhD
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    The lecture Trauma and Post-op Management by Stuart Enoch, PhD is from the course Trauma and Post-OP Management. It contains the following chapters:

    • Scenario 1
    • Classification of open fractures
    • Compartment Syndrome
    • Scenario 2
    • Monro-Kellie doctrine
    • Scenario 3
    • Scenario 4
    • Treatment algorithm
    • Burns
    • Management of major burns
    • Depth of burn
    • Questions
    • Biopsy
    • Local Anaesthesia

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    1. Assesing airway
    2. Assesing breathing
    3. Assessing circulation
    4. Asessing head injury
    1. Oral Intubation
    2. Flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy in the OR
    3. Tracheotomy
    4. Giving antibiotics IV
    1. Fasciotomy
    2. Compression with ice
    3. Analgesics
    4. Rest
    1. Tetnus status of the child
    2. How old is the child?
    3. Which park was he in?
    4. How did the raccoon look?
    1. Stage III C
    2. Stage I
    3. Stage II
    4. Stage III A
    1. Greater than 1 cm
    2. Less than 1 cm
    3. Greater than 10cm
    4. Greater than 0.5cm
    1. Compartment syndrome
    2. Ankle sprain
    3. Comprimised syndrome
    4. Spinal cord laceration
    1. 30mmHG
    2. 35mmHG
    3. 40mmHG
    4. 50mmHG
    1. 8
    2. 9
    3. 10
    4. 12
    1. Hypoglycemia
    2. Hyperglycemia
    3. Hypocalcemia
    4. Hypercalcermia
    1. Overdose on codeine
    2. Overdose on alcohol
    3. Overdose on marjuana
    4. Overdose on tobacco
    1. Amnesia for events >15 minutes before impact
    2. GCS <13 on initial assesment in ER
    3. Post-traumatic sezuire
    4. Basal skulll fracture
    1. The cranial compartment volume is incompressible and the cranium volume is fixed
    2. Increase in volume in one of the cranial areas must be compensated by increase in the volume of the other
    3. The cranial compartment volume is compressible and the cranium volyme is fixed
    4. The cranium’s constituents creates volume inquilibrium
    1. Drop
    2. Increase
    3. Stay the same
    4. Is of no concern
    1. Class III shock
    2. Class V shock
    3. Class II shock
    4. Class IV shock
    1. Class I shock
    2. Class II shock
    3. Class III shock
    4. Class IV shock
    1. Scaphoid fracture
    2. Ulnar nerve compression
    3. Humerus fracture
    4. Radial artery embolsim
    1. Plain x-ray
    2. MRI
    3. Ct scan
    4. Ultrasound
    1. AP and lateral views of the hip
    2. Lateral views of the hip
    3. Vertical views of the hip
    4. Oblique views of the hip
    1. Shorterned externally rotated leg
    2. Lengethened externally rotated leg
    3. Shorterned internally rotated leg
    4. Lengethened internally rotated leg
    1. Undisplaced intracapsular hip fracture
    2. Displaced intracapsular hip fracture
    3. Undisplaced extracapsular hip fracture
    4. Displaced extracapsular hip fracture
    1. Dynamic Hip Screw
    2. Intramedullary nail
    3. Cast and recovery
    4. Hip replacement
    1. Securing the airway
    2. Applying lubricant
    3. Cooling off the patient
    4. Fluid resuscitation
    1. 15
    2. 11
    3. 12
    4. 14
    5. 16
    1. Second degree
    2. First degree
    3. Third degree
    4. Fourth degree
    1. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    2. Staphylococcus aureus
    3. Streptococcus pyogenes
    4. Streptococcus pneumoniae
    1. Lund and Browder
    2. Wallace
    3. Rule of 10’s
    4. Rule of 9’s
    1. Fine needle aspiration
    2. Ultrasound
    3. Biopsy
    4. MRI
    1. Endoscopic biopsy
    2. Frozen section biopsy
    3. Incisional biopsy
    4. Excisional biopsy
    1. Mohs surgery
    2. Punch biopsy
    3. Fine needle aspiration
    4. Core needle biopsy
    1. Brush Cytology
    2. Cervical biopsy
    3. Colposcopy
    4. Core biopsy
    1. Lidocaine with epinephrine
    2. Lidocaine
    3. Icing
    4. Mepivacaine
    1. Prevent influx of Na+ by blocking the Na+ channel within a nerve preventing propagation of the action potential.
    2. Allow influx of Na+ by blocking the Na+ channel within a nerve preventing propagation of the action potential.
    3. Preventing influx of K by blocking the K channel within a nerve preventing propagation of the action potential.
    4. Prevent influx of Na+ by blocking the Na+ channel within a nerve allowing propagation of the action potentia

    Author of lecture Trauma and Post-op Management

     Stuart Enoch, PhD

    Stuart Enoch, PhD


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    A Highly focused revision …
    By shaddy g. on 27. April 2016 for Trauma and Post-op Management

    A Highly focused revision session.