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RAT Quiz - Assessment and Airway

Quiz by Tammy Kurszewski

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  • Q1
    A patient arrives in the ED after being pulled from a burning house. The respiratory therapist should recommend obtaining which of the following measurements to best determine the severity of the patient's smoke inhalation?
  • Q2
    You suspect a patient may have a pulmonary embolism. Which of the following would be the most appropriate recommendation for diagnosis of this condition?
    V/Q Scan
    Shunt study
    Coagulation Studies
  • Q3
    Failure to hyperoxygenate a patient on a ventilator before ET suctioning may result in:
  • Q4
    The most reliable method of determining whether the lungs of a patient receiving mechanical ventilation are getting stiffer and harder to ventilate is by measuring the:
    Static lung compliance
    Spontaneous Tidal Volume
    Dynamic lung compliance
  • Q5
    The respiratory therapist notes the following data while reviewing the patient's chart: Dynamic compliance 48 mL/cm H2O Static compliance 30 mL/cm H2O The therapist should conclude which of the following?
    Airway resistance is 18 cm H20/L/s.
    The data is erroneous.
    A pneumothorax has likely developed.
    The patient has severe restrictive disease.

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