1 Tracheal suctioning is a sterile procedure. True False 1.

1 Tracheal suctioning is a sterile procedure. True False 1…1Tracheal suctioning is a sterile procedure. True False1 points    2During tracheal suctioning, suction is applied during insertion and withdrawal of the catheter. True False1 points    3Suction is applied no longer than _____________ to prevent hypoxia a.5 seconds b.15 seconds c.30 seconds d.60 seconds1 points    4What position should the patient be in while receiving tracheostomy site care? a.Sims b.Trendelenburg c.Lithotomy d.Semi-Fowlers1 points    5A patient with a tracheostomy requires a new dressing. Place the following steps to secure the tracheostomy in the correct numerical order.                                                      – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.  Insert fresh dressing under clean ties and faceplate                                                      – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.  Take prepared tie and insert one end of tie through faceplate and pull ends even                                                      – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.  Cut old ties taking care not to cut new ties                                                      – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.  Slide both ends of the tie behind the head and around the neck to other eyelet                                                      – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.  Secure ties with a square knot Secure ties with a square knot 1 points    6Wall suction should be set to _____________ when performing tracheal suctioning for adults. a.120-150 mmHg b.90-100 mmHg c.50-60 mmHg d.25-50 mmHg1 points    7A patient has had a tracheostomy and the nurse is prepared to conduct tracheostomy care. What part of the tracheostomy tube is removed for cleaning?  obturator  outer cannula  inner cannula  cuff1 points    8A student observes a nurse instilling a small amount of saline into a tracheostomy tube before suctioning. What should the student discuss with the nurse?  a description of how the nurse is carrying out the skill  saline is no longer recommended for routine suctioning  nothing; the nurse has been doing this for years  compliments for carrying out the procedure skillfully1 points    9One pre-procedure respiratory assessment important in helping to determine whether the patient requires tracheal suctioning is:  heart rhythm  breath sounds  sputum culture results  nasal septum deviation1 points    10It is beneficial to suction a tracheostomy tube prior to providing tracheostomy care. True False Health Science Science Nursing NURS 4003

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