Assessment for Ventilator Training – Nurses

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Post Assessment Questionnaire of Nurses

  1. Multiple choice questions.
  2. Every question carries one marks.
  3. No negative marking is there.

The number of attempts remaining is 2

1 / 20

What is the difference between a CPAP and BiPAP?

2 / 20

One of the following mode of ventilation is used for comatose patients not responding to deep painful stimuli

3 / 20

  1. Why is CPAP contraindicated in the patient who is not spontaneously breathing?

4 / 20

The low tidal volume alarm on a patient ventilator keeps sounding what is the Nurse’s first action?

5 / 20

The patient is on CPAP for weaning from a mechanical ventilator. Assessment reveals respiratory rate of 36/min, oxygen saturation of 87 percentage, and use of accessory muscles, what should the nurse anticipate will occur?

6 / 20

IPC protocol (entry & exit protocol) for COVID are

7 / 20

One of the following models of ventilation reduces the work of breathing by overcoming the resistance created by ventilator tubing.

8 / 20

One of the following is risk of keeping high PEEP.

9 / 20

What parameter gives us best idea of Endotracheal intubation?

10 / 20

Which of the following should be done assess to respiratory status after extubation

11 / 20

Which of the following Condition require a higher PEEP to be applied in collapsed alveoli?

12 / 20

The supportive management for the COVID are….

13 / 20

CPAP & BiPAP mode are usually used.

14 / 20

Which are the ventilator parameters adjusted to maintain the optimum oxygenation?

15 / 20

The mode of ventilation which allows the patient to breathe spontaneously at his or her own respiratory rate and depth between the ventilator breaths int.

16 / 20

When using the T-Piece tube trails to wean, which of the following is true?

17 / 20

  1. An artificial airways like an endotracheal tube is used in following type of ventilation .

18 / 20

Which one of the following modes of ventilation is triggered by time limited by pressure and affects inspiration only?

19 / 20

What is the ventilator associated phenomena (VAP)?

20 / 20

Which one of the following is not a principle aim of CPAP and BiPAP?

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Case Study -1 Nurses

A 65 year old male, chronic smoker presents to the emergency department with increased breathlessness, high grade fever, drowsiness since 2 days. On examination he has blood saturation of 78%,

BP- 80/60mmHg, RR 36/min, RS- breath sounds reduced bilaterally. Arterial blood gases were performed in this patient which showed the following parameters

pH-7.199

pCO2 - 78.8 mmHg

pO2 - 48 mmHg

HCO3 - 23 mmol/L

SPO2 - 80%

The number of attempts remaining is 2

1 / 4

You see the peak inspiratory pressures are 70 cm of H2O, all could be the reason EXCEPT

2 / 4

What will be the initial line of management?

3 / 4

Which of the following parameter can cause a hindrance while weaning the above patient?

4 / 4

What is the initial mode of ventilation in this patient?

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