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The primary neurotransmitter of sympathetic nervous system?
Acetylcholine
Which injectable is an analgesic for skin and limbs?
Ketamine
Diffusion hypoxia occurs with which inhalant anesthetic?
nitrous oxide
Double wrapped cloth stays sterile in cabinet for?
7 weeks
Stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system causes?
increased RR
Which drug family blocks the stimulation of vagus nerve?
anticholinergic
Atropine does not work on what animal?
Rabbit
Inhalation anesthetics with high solubility coefficient have ______ induction time?
slower
Contraindicated in shocky, hypotensive or anemic patients?
acepromazine
Rabbits are _____ to intubate?
difficult
Ketamine is metabolized in the kidney of the _____?
cat
MAC is used to calculate?
potency of inhalation drugs
The flush valve rushes ______ to the patient?
oxygen
When anesthetizing a patient for a c-section always?
preoxygenate
Local anesthetic such as lidocaine works well on?
applied to mucus membranes
A pack is considered sterile when?
the pack has become wet
Which absorbable suture material takes the longest to dissolve?
PDS
Risk associated with class II?
slight risk
Contraindicated drug in tachycardia?
atropine
What part of the body is prepped for orchiectomy?
scrotum
Ketamine ______ seizure threshold?
lowers
Windup refers to?
build up of chemical mediator
Most common method of sterilization?
steam heat
Longest acting local anesthetic?
Bupivicaine
If ET tube is under inflated?
patient may become to light
Surgical plane of anesthetic?
1.5 x MAC
Which drug is best indicated to induce patient in shock?
ket/val
Suture material that causes the least tissure reaction?
metallic
Minimum standard time for autoclaving?
250F 15 minutes
Dyspnea during recovery can be caused by?
foreign object left in mouth
The most common side effect of NSAIDs?
GI ulcer
Visceral pain refers to?
organs
Which suture material has the greatest capillarity?
vicryl