Medical Quiz

ICU Quiz


Why does the system should be gas spacific?

A. To ensure quality of specific delivered gas

B. To ensure no possibility of cross connection between systems

C. To separate the harmful effect of different gases

D. All of the above

Which of the following statement is TRUE?

A. Passive respiratory gas humidifiers cannot prevent drying of mucosa.

B. Passive respiratory gas humidifiers are independent from any external energy source or external water supply.

C. Passive respiratory gas humidifiers are dependent upon external energy source.

D. All of the above

Which of the following determined by the pulmonary function test?

A. How long lungs can hold the air in it

B. How much air lungs can hold

C. How quickly air moved in and out of the lungs

D. Both A & B

E. Both B & C

What is hypoxia?

A. Decreased oxygen concentration in tissue

B. Infection caused by bacteria in the lungs

C. Bluish tinge to the skin or other tissues

D. Decreased oxygen concentration in blood

Which of the given types of gas is also known as surgical air?

A. Medical air 4 bar

B. Medical air 7 bar

C. Carbon dioxide

D. Both A & B

Which of the following is the use of a spirometer?

A. Blood pressure measurement

B. Asthma diagnosis

C. Saturation level

D. All of the above

What is the oxygen flow rate provided by nasal catheters?

A. 2-6 liter per minute

B. 5 liter per minute

C. 8-10 liter per minute

D. 11 liter per minute

What is the function of Rotameter?

A. Measures rate of gas flow in anesthesia

B. Measures the mass of gas used in anesthesia

C. Measures the volume of gas used in anesthesia

D. Measures the quantity of gas used in anesthesia

Oxygen concentration delivered by nasal cannula is :

A. 50-70%

B. 30-45%

C. 24-40%

D. 10-30%

What type of air is produced by medical air treatment systems?

A. Full of oxygen

B. Full of dust and moisture

C. Free of dust and moisture

D. Free of harmful gases

The pipeline used for nitrous oxide is of___color.

A. Black

B. Blue

C. White

D. Brown

The term used in a suction procedure like surgical delivery is:

A. Gastroenterology

B. Surgical suction

C. Midwifery

D. Endoscopy

How much oxygen is inhaled from atmospheric air by normal breathing?

A. 10%

B. 17%

C. 21%

D. 70%

Which of the following is the complication caused by cardioversion?

A. Diarrhea

B. Slight skin burns at the sites

C. Vomiting

D. Tingling sensation

Catheters for airway suctioning are___and___to reduce mucosal trauma and limit obstruction of the airway

A. Smaller, flexible

B. Smaller, rigid

C. Larger, flexible

D. Larger, rigid

In oxygen delivery methods, What is the use of oxygen concentrators?

A. Used to check the concentration of oxygen in cylinder

B. Remove nitrogen from room air

C. Lower the concentration of oxygen in air

D. All of the above

What is the concentration of oxygen that can be delivered through a non rebreather mask?

A. 40%

B. 50-60%

C. 80-95%

D. 60-70%

What is the use of medical air 7 bar

A. Derive bone saw

B. Derive tourniquet

C. Both

D. None of the above

Which of the following is a low flow oxygen delivery device?

A. Nasal chamber

B. Endotracheal tube

C. Partial rebreather mask

D. Ventilator

Which of the following is a hand-held device?

A. Resuscitation Bag

B. Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers

C. Mechanical ventilator

D. All of these

The nasal catheter should be changed:

A. Every 1 hr

B. Every 8 hr

C. Every 24 hr

D. Every 48 hr

A jet nebulizer is a type of which nebulizer?

A. Mechanical

B. Electrical

C. Pneumatic

D. None of the above

Which nebulizer uses micropump technology in which it forces liquid medication through multiple openings in order to generate aerosol?

A. Mesh nebulizer

B. Jet nebulizer

C. Ultrasonic nebulizer

D. Both B and C

Pick the correct suction used in the fat removal procedure.

A. Surgical suction

B. Midwifery

C. Liposuction

D. Endoscopy

The larger cylinders are used in:

A. Invasive oxygen system

B. Portable oxygen system

C. Manifold system

D. All of the above


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