Ati oxygen therapy quizlet. ATI Oxygen Therapy Content Flashcards by Kinsey Stahlheber

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ati oxygen therapy quizlet

The gauge on an E cylinder of O2 reads 800 psig. A tracheostomy collar A tracheostomy collar is designed to provide high humidity and the oxygen concentration prescribed for the patient. What is the main benefit of Nitric Oxide Therapy? Between the mask and the bag is a one-way valve that allows the patient to breathe in the oxygen supplied by the source as well as oxygen from the reservoir. No one in the house should smoke or use any device that might generate sparks in the area where the oxygen is in use. Face tents are often used after nasal and oral surgery.

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Oxygen Therapy

ati oxygen therapy quizlet

Prolonged exposure to a high FiO2. Limit total suctioning time to 5 minutes. The two devices most commonly used are a t-tube and a tracheostomy mask. What is Carbon Dioxide-Oxygen therapy? Remove the nasal cannula during mealtimes. Ulcer is visible and superficial and may appear as an abrasion, blister or shallow crater. What is documented hypoxemia evidenced by? Report any nasal stuffiness, nausea, or fatigue.

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Oxygen Therapy

ati oxygen therapy quizlet

If oxygen input is interrupted, air is drawn through these holes and around the mask edge. It is colorless, odorless, diffusible, lipid soluble, and relaxes capillary smooth muscle and improves blood flow to ventilated alveoli. Bone fractures, thermal burns, soft-tissue injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and acute ischemic stroke have also been evaluated using hyperbaric oxygen therapy, but limited benefits have been identified. The problem is, it takes way too long to look up all the answers! What does a pressure compensated Thorpe Tube do? Assemble any equipment appropriately to verify that it is functioning properly. In clinical practice, how is a positive identification made of the contents of a medical gas cylinder? Which of the following should the nurse monitor for? Advise the client to report black, tarry stools Monitor the client for hypokalemia The nurse should observe for hypokalemia. It can also be used to assist patients who are breathing but not adequately.

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ATI Fundamentals Chpt 53

ati oxygen therapy quizlet

Oxygen toxicity, depression of ventilation, retinopathy of prematurity, and absorption atelectasis. A valve closes during expiration so that exhaled air does not enter the reservoir bag and is not rebreathed. Edema persists and the ulcer may become infected; possibly with pain and scant drainage. If the bag deflates or the oxygen source diminishes, the patient is likely to breathe in large amounts of exhaled carbon dioxide. It is an alternative to an aerosol mask for patients who feel claustrophobic, but it is sometimes difficult to keep in place. What is the FiO2 relationship between nose and mouth breathers? By raising the alveolar and blood levels of oxygen. The mask also has a reservoir bag that is inflated with pure oxygen.

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ATI Oxygen Therapy Content Flashcards by Kinsey Stahlheber

ati oxygen therapy quizlet

Explain the purpose and objective of the procedure and be sure that the patient understands you. Patients with dyspnea may feel like they are having trouble breathing, even though their oxygen saturation level is normal. A piece of tubing, usually connected to extension tubing, connects the mask to the oxygen source. It is commonly used for patients who have congestive heart failure, sleep disorders, and pulmonary diseases to improve oxygenation, reduce and reverse atelectasis, reduce pulmonary edema, and improve cardiac function. It is administered via a multiplace or monoplace chamber. Limit patient exposure to 100% oxygen to less than 24 hours whenever possible.

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Skills Modules

ati oxygen therapy quizlet

Tissue is swollen and congested with possible discomfort. It is used to control the flow that is delivered to a patient. The resulting mixture is heated slowly to allow nitrogen to boil off, leaving just oxygen. Use surgical asepsis to remove and clean the inner cannula. They are the oldest form of oxygen therapy, such as oxygen tents, hoods, and incubators. That the Thorpe tube is compensated.

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ATI: Chapter 22: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Flashcards by Leigh Rothgeb

ati oxygen therapy quizlet

A provider is discharging a client who has a prescription for home oxygen therapy via nasal cannula. Client and family teaching by the nurse should include which of the following instructions? That it can be filled to 10% above its service pressure. Use two patient identifiers to confirm the identity of the patient and introduce yourself and be sure to state that you are with the respiratory therapy department. The nurse should use a sterile disposable tracheostomy cleaning kit or sterile supplies and maintain surgical asepsis throughout this part of the procedure. What is an Oxygen hood Oxyhood? Obtain a specimen for arterial blood gases. The mask has holes vents on each side that are used for exhalation and for air entrainment if the flow rate is too low.

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