Electricity

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40 questions
• Q1
The use of high-frequency electrical current for controlled cutting, coagulation, dehydration, or dessication of tissue
coagulating
cutting current
electrical field
electrosurgery
30s
• Q2
Sears the ends of vessels to control bleeding
Electron flow
Cutting current
Coagulating current
Electrosurgery
30s
• Q3
________________ produces electricity when two materials are rubbed together .
heat
pressure
magnestism
friction
30s
• Q4
________________________ produces electricity when it is applied to crystalline substances such as quartz or tourmaline.
pressure
magnetism
heat
friction
30s
• Q5
________________ produces electricity when it is applied to the junction of two dissimilar metals .
pressure
heat
friction
light
30s
• Q6
________________ produces electricity when it strikes a photosensitive material .
friction
heat
magnetism
light
30s
• Q7
________________ action produces electricity when that action takes place between two metals in a cell .
pressure
magnetism
chemical
friction
30s
• Q8
__________________ produces electricity when a magnet is moved past a piece of wire
magnetism
friction
heat
pressure
30s
• Q9
Refers to alternating current and the rate that it changes from a positive to a negative pattern of movement
cycle
frequencies
Alternating current (AC)
Direct current (DC)
30s
• Q10
The rate as determined by the generating force
frequencies
Alternating current (AC)
Direct current (DC)
cycle
30s
• Q11
An electrical current flowing in one direction only and substantially constant in value
frequencies
Alternating current (AC)
Direct current (DC)
cycle
30s
• Q12
An electrical current flowing in two directions; it flows in one direction, stops, and then flows in the opposite direction
Alternating current (AC)
cycle
Direct current (DC)
frequencies
30s
• Q13
Wall outlets used in operating rooms are normally ____________V .
220
210
110
120
30s
• Q14
Grounded outlets are used in operating rooms to automatically ground equipment when plugged into an outlet to reduce risk of __________________.
electrostatic charge
static electricity
fire
electrocution
30s
• Q15
At about ________ milliampere, a single shock will be felt.
10
1
100
30s

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