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Intravenous therapy: Quiz

  

Question 1: This may be to correct dehydration or an electrolyte imbalance, to deliver medications, or for ________.
Transfusion reactionBlood donationIntraoperative blood salvageBlood transfusion

Question 2: A solution of 5% dextrose in water, sometimes called D5W, is often used instead if the patient is at risk for having low ________ or high sodium.
Glycated hemoglobinBlood plasmaBlood sugarReference ranges for blood tests

Question 3: On ________ the scalp veins are sometimes used.
Attachment theoryInfantPregnancyPrenatal development

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Effects of Hypothermia and the Exacerbation of Cold IV Fluid
  Peripheral IV in hand
  Saline solution for IV

Question 5: The larger the cannula the more discomfort there is for the patient and it is sometimes kinder to give a small injection of ________ into the intended site of insertion of the larger (18G and above) cannula.
AnestheticLocal anestheticCalcium channel blockerBeta blocker

Question 6: Some medications, as well as ________ and lethal injections, can only be given intravenously.
Transfusion reactionBlood transfusionIntraoperative blood salvageBlood donation

Question 7: These include some ________ drugs and total parenteral nutrition.
ChemotherapyAntineoplasticCancer immunotherapyATC code L

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  An infusion pump suitable for a single IV line

Question 9: A peripheral IV cannot be left in the vein indefinitely, because of the risk of insertion-site infection leading to phlebitis, ________ and sepsis.
VasculitisLymphadenopathyCellulitisFolliculitis

Question 10: This is the most common intravenous access method in both ________ and pre-hospital services.
Health care providerHealth scienceHospitalHealth care system
















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