ODP Anaesthetic quiz
- Describe the differences between an I-Gel and an LMA.
- How many reversals are there for Propofol?
- How much Propofol is there in 20 ml of a 2% solution?
- What is the difference between a vein and an artery?
- A laryngeal mask airway protects against aspiration; True or False?
- At mean sea level, oxygen makes up ≅ 21% of ambient air; True or False?
- At the summit of Mt Everest, oxygen makes up ≅ 21% of ambient air; True or False?
- Air is a fluid; True or False?
- What does B.U.R.P. refer to?
- What type of drug (classification) is Propofol?
- What are the contraindications for Propofol?
- Propofol causes less respiratory depression than other induction agents; True or False?
- During a rapid sequence induction, should different people apply different
levels of pressure to the cricoid?
- Atropine is one of the emergency paediatric drugs; True or False?
- What is the recommended scalpel size for a cricothyrotomy?
- What does a MAC number refer to?
- What is the meaning of antimuscarinic? Give examples.
- Cyanosis is an early indicator of airway obstruction; True or False?
- What is a common antagonist for opiates?
- An anaesthetic machine delivers gas at an absolute pressure of 4 bars; True or False?
- A dose of muscle relaxant must be given, prior to insertion of a supra-glottic
airway device; True or False?
- Dexamethasone is a non steroidal drug; True or False?
- What is the purpose of a peripheral nerve stimulator?
- After receiving a spinal anaesthetic, the patient starts to experience hypotension
and bradycardia. What could be the reason, and what is the treatment?
- What is a Carina?
- What does polarise mean?
- What are your duties under COSHH?
- How should Metaraminol be prepared?
- Does the end tidal level of oxygen effect the timing of intubation?
- Explain S.I.
- Arterial CO2 decreases as ventilation increases; True or False?
- What is the normal range of arterial blood pH?
- Do vapourisers have to be turned off before filling?
- What is the formula for choosing the size of a paediatric ET tube?
- A low level of CO2, in the blood, indicates an acidic
condition; True or False?
- Pulse oximetry is the best indicator of airway compromise; True or False?
- What is the common term to describe paradoxical chest and abdomen movement?
- To counter severe hypotension, elevate the legs, tilt the table head down, and
administer fluids; True or False?
- What is the meaning of the prefix Supra?
- What is the mean partial pressure of oxygen, in atmospheric air, at mean
sea level, and at standard temperature?
- What are the indicators of successful endotracheal intubation?
- What is the purpose of an Aintree intubation catheter?
- MAC is the acronym for Maximum Air Concentration; True or False?
- When an intubated patient is being ventilated, the APL valve has no effect; True or False?
- What is an HME, and what does it do?
- Following intubation, there is no capnograph signal. What could that mean?
- For a given amount of gas, and at a fixed temperature, what is the
relationship between pressure and volume?
- What is the Vallecula?
- For intubation, what is the adult dose for Atracurium?
- A large neck circumference is an indicator for difficult intubation; True or False?
- With respect to an intubation scenario, what does Plan D refer to?
- What does Glottic refer to?
- After removal from a fridge, blood must be used within four hours; True or False?
- Induction agents can reduce cardiac output; True or False?
- Induction agents usually cause an increase in systemic vascular resistance; True or False?
- List some of the signs of Anaphylaxis
- After transfusing blood, the giving set should be replaced with a new one;
True or False?
- Platelets should be stored at room temperature; True or False?
- Ketamine is the only sedative which provides analgesia; True or False?
- A Hudson mask is an example of a non-rebreathing mask; True or False?
- Oxygen is a toxic gas; True or False?
- Oxygen can cause fluid to accumulate in the lungs; True or False?
- What is the purpose of pre-oxygenation?
- What is Fibrinogen?
- What effect does Insulin have on glucose?
- What does Glucagon do?
- Define Stroke Volume
- Adrenaline stimulates adrenergic receptors; True or False?
- How long should Controlled Drugs administration records be stored?
- What is the S.I. unit of force?
- What is the 2 bag test?
- Blood is a crystalloid; True or False?
- A Mapleson E breathing circuit is known as a T-piece; True or False?
- A T-piece circuit does not have a reservoir bag; True or False?
- How often should the oxygen failure alarm be checked?
- What effect has hypothermia on circulation?
- What is the weight by volume ratio of normal saline?
- Carbon is the most abundant element in the human body; True or False?
- What is Sellick's Manouvre?
- The Trachea extends from the thyroid cartilage to the Carina; True or False?
- Veins and arteries contain 1-way valves; True or False?
- What is Pulse Pressure?
- What is the recommended cleaning solution for cannula insertion?
- Why does a Mapleson C circuit require a flow rate of twice the minute volume?
- What is the difference between Cardiac arrest and Heart attack?
- What is Sepsis? What are the causes and symptoms?
- Define Anticholinesterase.
- Give an example of a commonly used Anticholinesterase.
(Band 5, higher)
- Define Pressure.
- What is the difference between weight and mass?
- Carbon monoxide makes the blood turn red; True or False?
- Theatre electrical equipment is supplied by low voltage electricity; True or False?
- What is a Newton?
- Propofol is a dissociative anaesthetic; True or False?
- What is the adult dose for Suxamethonium?
- What part does Fibrinogen play in blood clotting?
- During resuscitation, what is the dose and dilution for i.v. Adrenaline?
- Tissues receive oxygen by the process of perfusion; True or False?
- What is the weight:volume ratio of 500 mcg of drug X, in 2 ml saline?
- What does Naloxone do?
- At rest, what is the adult normal/typical level of expired CO2?
- What is a vasopressor? Give examples.
- The adult dose of Glycopyrrolate is 0.1 mg, every 2-3 minutes; True or False?
- When testing the anaesthetic machine, with the volume setting at 500 ml,
the ventilator delivers a value of 450. Do you accept this value? Give reasons
why or why not?
- Hypoventilation can cause low levels of CO2 in the blood; True or False?
- The alveoli are part of the airway classed as dead space. True or False?
- What is a typical i.v. Insulin dose? How is it prepared?
- To treat hypotension, elevate the legs, and stop fluid administration; True or False?
- Metaraminol and Phenylephrine are vasopressors; True or False?
- Spinal anaesthesia causes vasoconstriction; True or False?
- Define Ischaemic.
- What are the side effects of Morphine?
- What is the meaning of anticholinergic?
- What are the side effects of an anticholinergic?
- Fentanyl is emetogenic; True or False?
- Labetalol can be used to treat hypotension; True or False?
- During surgery, an obstetric patient, lying prone, can suffer hypotension,
due to aorto caval compression; True or False?
- What is the meaning of Thrombosis?
- Vasoconstriction increases temperature loss; True or False?
- What is the function of Tranexamic acid?
- Ketamine does not cause respiratory depression; True or False?
- Why is an LMA inappropriate for the patient who has been induced with Thiopentone?
- Carbon monoxide makes the blood turn red; True or False?
- Prior to awake fibre-optic intubation, a patient is given Glycopyrrolate; Why?
- During awake fibre-optic intubation, why would the oropharynx be sprayed with
Phenylephrine and/or Lidocaine?
- During an awake fibre-optic intubation, the ET tube cuff should be inflated before
the patient is induced; True or False?
- What are the principal functions of blood?
- A Mapleson F breathing circuit is a T-piece with the addition of a reservoir bag; True or False?
- What is the function of an Oesophageal Doppler probe?
- What is the immediate treatment for Anaphylactic shock?
- Why is type O blood considered to be universally accepted?
- Define Pneumothorax.
- What is the formula for the depth (at lips) of insertion of a paediatric ET tube?
- Why is Glycopyrolate given with Neostigmine, when reversing neuromuscular blockade?
- What types of surgery are classed as clean?
- What is meant by Contaminated surgery?
- What is the definition of Displacement Volume?
- The pressure of O2 in the blood is at a higher pressure than O2 in
the alveoli; True or false?
- The pressure of CO2 in the blood is at a higher pressure than CO2 in
the alveoli; True or false?
- What are the Sepsis Six?
- What is the definition of Septic Shock?
- What are the side-effects of Neostigmine?
- What is the difference between the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
- What are the side effects of Sugammadex?
- Resuscitation: it is safe to use an AED on a patient who is lying on a wet
surface; True or false?