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

Column a Column b
1.
A.
An accumulation of blood between chest wall and pleural space is called?
2.
B.
When would you change the chest drainage unit?
3.
C.
What do these signs and symptoms suggest?
Cyanosis, air hunger, trachial deviation to side, subcutaneous emphysema?
4.
D.
If pt assessment is good, what should you check with the chest tube unit ?
5.
E.
What are the 3 chambers of the chest tube drainage system?
6.
F.
What is the emergency management of a pt coming in with a pneumothorax?
7.
G.
What should you always have in the room in case the water seal gets cracked and starts bubbling?
8.
H.
A spontaneous closed pneumothorax could be caused by a ruptured bleb, what is this?
9.
I.
You walk into a room and you see continuous bubbling in water seal chamber, indicatiing there is a leak between pt and water seal. what do you do?
10.
J.
Clamping off a chest tube cause cause?
11.
K.
What would this emergency management be treating?
Inserting chest tube, aspirating pleural cavity, treating hypovolemic shock
12.
L.
What are the emergency managements of a tension pneumothorax?
13.
M.
How much output will your pt have with a pneumothorax in the chest tube?
14.
N.
The air leak chamber should be filled to ? You should know flunctuations or what? when controlled by water seal suction? There should be NO what in chamber??
15.
O.
What would we call it when a fracture of two or more adjacent ribs in two or more places causing instability of chest wall?
16.
P.
How would a pt with a tension pneumothorax present clinically?
17.
Q.
A mechanical ventillator, subclavian central line, or a rib fracture could cause what kind of pneumothorax?
18.
R.
What do you do if a chest tube becomes dislodged?
19.
S.
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?
20.
T.
Why would a chest tube be placed higher in the body vs lower in the body?