Catheter: Quiz

Question 1: A ________ is a conduit for giving drugs or fluids into a large-bore catheter positioned either in a vein near the heart or just inside the atrium.
Acute respiratory distress syndromeCentral venous catheterSepsisPulmonary artery catheter

Question 2: It is also very useful in cases of urethral ________.
Crohn's diseaseColon (anatomy)Ulcerative colitisFistula

Question 3: direct measurement of blood pressure in an ________ or vein
ArterySystemic circulationArterial treeBlood vessel

Question 4: A range of ________ are used for the construction of catheters, including silicone rubber latex and thermoplastic elastomers.
PolymerNylonPolyethylenePolymer chemistry

Question 5: In ________, a catheter is a tube that can be inserted into a body cavity, duct, or vessel.
PhysicianSpecialty (medicine)MedicineSurgery

Question 6: ________ invented a flexible catheter for his brother who had a bladder stone.
John AdamsThomas MifflinBenjamin FranklinThomas Jefferson

Question 7: draining urine from the ________ as in urinary catheterization, e.g., the Foley catheter or even when the urethra is damaged as in suprapubic catheterisation.
Urinary bladderKidneyUreterUrinary system

Question 8: The ancient Greeks inserted a hollow metal tube through the urethra into the ________ to empty it and the tube came to be known as a "katheter".
UreterKidneyUrinary systemUrinary bladder

Question 9: A Quinton catheter is a double or triple lumen, external catheter used for ________.
HemodialysisICD-9-CM Volume 3SurgeryHemofiltration

Question 10: administration of ________ fluids, medication or parenteral nutrition with a peripheral venous catheter
Intraosseous infusionCream (pharmaceutical)Intravenous therapyEnema

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