Matching (20) Match items in column A to column B

Column a Column b
1.
A.
What are the five circumstances we would use a hemostat on a pt with a chest tube?
1. To assess?
2. To quickly empty?
3. To change?
4. To assess?
2.
B.
What position would be best for a hemothorax?
3.
C.
When would you change the chest drainage unit?
4.
D.
What should you always have in the room in case the water seal gets cracked and starts bubbling?
5.
E.
A spontaneous closed pneumothorax could be caused by a ruptured bleb, what is this?
6.
F.
If you clamp by pts chest and its still bubbling, what does this mean and what do you do?
7.
G.
What should you do with extra tubing in a chest tube or a foley?
8.
H.
If a pt has shortness of breath, pain, decreased movement on injured side, and decreased breath sounds on the injured side, pt could have?
9.
I.
What would we call it when a fracture of two or more adjacent ribs in two or more places causing instability of chest wall?
10.
J.
What should you write on drainage bottles adhesive tape ?
11.
K.
What should you do if you hear air leaking from the site of the hole where the tube goes?
12.
L.
How would a pt with a tension pneumothorax present clinically?
13.
M.
If the tube has a clot clotting it off, what should you do?
14.
N.
What are the emergency managements of a tension pneumothorax?
15.
O.
What position would be best for a pt with a pneumothorax?
16.
P.
A collection of air or gas under the skin, refered to as subcutaneous emphysema, is also called?
17.
Q.
Where should you coil chest tube tubing?
18.
R.
How do you change a chest drainage unit to a new one?
19.
S.
What is an open vs closed pneumothorax?
20.
T.
Should we strip the chest tube?