By Michelle Bowman-Howard MD
Anesthesia evaluation, moment Edition is the right examine relief for either the written and the oral board examinations in anesthesiology. the 1st part provides board-format questions in all of the significant parts of anesthesiology, together with body structure, pharmacology, local anesthesia, discomfort administration, and significant organ platforms. the second one part offers bulleted, outline-format solutions that assessment the information had to resolution the query accurately. The 3rd part comprises situations to extra organize readers for oral boards.
This variation contains completely up-to-date info, really on airway administration, pharmacology, sufferer security, and caliber insurance. Questions and solutions contain references to the newest variants of ordinary anesthesiology textbooks.
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4. What are some of the complications? MEDIASTINOSCOPY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What are the indications for mediastinoscopy? What are some of the contraindications? What nerve is particularly at risk for injury? What are the most common complications? What is the anesthetic technique of choice for anesthetizing a patient with a mediastinal mass and supine dyspnea? BRONCHOPULMONARY FISTULA AND EMPYEMA 1. 2. 3. 4. List some of the causes of bronchopleural fistula. What are the risks of positive-pressure ventilation in the patient with bronchopleural fistula?
VECURONIUM, ROCURONIUM, AND CISATRACURIUM 1. How is vecuronium bromide (Norcuron) eliminated? 2. What is the intubating dose of rocuronium bromide (Zemuron)? What is the time to onset of recovery? 3. What is the potential for rocuronium? 4. What is the intubating dose of cisatracurium besylate (Nimbex)? What is the time to onset of recovery? How does it compare to atracurium? CHAPTER 3 ■ Pharmacology of Anesthesia 25 5. What is the intubating dose of mivacurium chloride (Mivacron)? What is the onset of recovery?
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