Supraglottic Airway

i-Gel Supraglottic airway device

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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What is the proper way to secure a properly placed i-gel SAD device

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A properly placed i-gel SAD provides complete airway protection from aspiration

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Air leaking excessively from the gastric channel following i-gel SAD placement means:

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Choose the most appropriate statement regarding placement confirmation of the i-gel SAD:

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After inserting the i-gel SAD, you should:

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Which of the following patients is considered most appropriate for placement of an i-gel SAD

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Which of the following IS NOT a contraindication for utilization of an i-gel SAD:

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Authorized EMT personnel are allowed to utilize an i-gel SAD on pediatric patients (< 12 years old) in need of an advanced airway

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What size/color i-gel SAD would be appropriate for an adult patient weighing 55 kg?

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What size/color i-gel SAD would be appropriate for an adult patient weighing 100 kg?

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Capnography

Capnography

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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In a colormetric capnography device the litmus paper turns yellow when there is CO2 present in the exhaled air

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Correct device placement must be confirmed utilizing all of the following: Chest rise and fall, Presence of lung sounds, Absence of epigastric sounds, ETCO2 colorimetric device and Pulse Oximetry.

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When there is no circulation the colorimetric capnograph does not change color (inadequate CO2 present in the exhaled breath) since there is no gas exchange

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The colormetric capnography measurement is part of the confirmation of the placement of a supraglottic airway

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