Jose Shared "Emergency, critical care and surgery 2" - 25 Picmonics
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Emergency, critical care and surgery 2
Stage and Extent of Burn
Singed Nasal Hairs
Initial Decrease Urinary Output
Signs of Inadequate Hydration
Ensure Airway Patency
IV Fluid Replacement
Dry Sterile Dressing
Elevate Burned Limbs
TBSA% x Weight x 4 = Fluids
x Weight (kg)
= Fluid Requirement (in first 24 hrs)
Fluids in first 8 hours
1/2 of fluid given in first 8 hours
Decrease bladder spasms
Mydriasis and Cycloplegia
Reduces Airway Secretions
Asthma and C.O.P.D
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Acute Digoxin Toxicity
Cholinergic (Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea)
Blurry Yellow Green Vision with Halo of Light
Prolonged PR interval
Scooping on EKG
T Wave Inversion
Digoxin Toxicity Treatment
Slowly Normalize K+
Digibind (Anti-Digoxin Fab)
Opioid Use Disorder and Withdrawal Assessment (Formerly Opioid Abuse and Withdrawal Assessment)
Antibody Mediated Due to Preformed Antidonor Antibodies
Occurs within Weeks
Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes Cause Cell-mediated or Antibody-mediated Response
Occurs Months to Years Later
Antibody and T Cell-mediated Vascular Damage
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