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What does one do with instruments with more than one piece?

1. What does one do with instruments with more than one piece?

2. Why should one segregate sharp instruments from the rest?

3. How do you differentiate the instruments actually used on the procedure from those that remained unused on the back table?

4. What risk for adverse outcomes related to a surgical incision do all patients face?

5. Contrast wound dehiscence with wound evisceration.

Discuss the various causes of wound dehiscence, evisceration, and infection.

1. What other adverse outcomes are associated with wound dehiscence or evisceration?

2. Discuss the various causes of wound dehiscence, evisceration, and infection.

3. What are the evaluation criteria for desired outcomes for patients who undergo surgery?

4. What are the criteria for Class I (clean) wounds?

5. List some procedures that are considered clean cases.

Q140

1. What are some of the characteristics of clean cases?

2. What are the criteria for Class II (clean contaminated) wounds?

3. List some procedures that are considered clean contaminated cases.

4. What criteria indicate that a wound is contaminated (Class III)?

5. Identify some surgical procedures that are considered contaminated cases.

Differentiate between inhalation and intravenous induction.

1. How does general anesthesia affect the patient?

2. In which two ways can general anesthesia be administered?

3. Describe nitrous oxide (N2O).

4. How are volatile anesthetics changed from a liquid to a gas so that they can be inhaled by the patient?

5. Describe the characteristics of desflurane.

Q171;

1. Why is desflurane suitable for ambulatory surgery procedures?

2. Which characteristic of desflurane makes it the agent of choice for obese patients?

3. Why is desflurane not used for an inhalation induction?

4. Differentiate between inhalation and intravenous induction.

5. Which characteristics of sevoflurane make it the anesthetic agent of choice for children?

Describe one method of monitoring compliance with the safety plan.

1. Describe one method of monitoring compliance with the safety plan.

2. What should be done with the results of compliance monitoring?

3. How can assessment results be used?

4. Describe ways to increase knowledge and promote engagement in the safety program.

5.Identify ignition sources for fire in the operating room.

Q209

1. What characteristic of the operating room environment places it at high risk for fire?

2. What national organization is responsible for Fire Code standards and Life Safety Code standards?

3. What criteria does TJC require of operating room personnel related to fire safety?

4. Identify five components of a fire safety plan.

5. How should a facility plan for fire incidents?

Explain what evaluation means in your own words.

1. Define evaluation. Explain what evaluation means in your own words. Provide an example of an evaluation and draw a graph, picture, or in other ways illustrate what evaluation means to you.  2. Locate and read at least one article that uses a participatory approach to evaluation and another that does not use that approach. Summarize the main points of each article and discuss differences between the approaches.  3. Identify a culture different from your own. Which of the characteristics you know about in that culture are similar to those of your culture and which are different from those of your own culture? Make a list. Now, do a literature search to learn more about the culture you selected and write a one – to – two page….

Provide an example of community assessment and draw a graph, picture, or in other ways illustrate what the term means to you.

1. Go to the full text of the Guiding Principles for Evaluators at www.eval.org . Discuss Guiding Principle D in your own words. Identify and review Institutional Review Board requirements usually found in agencies, universities, and colleges, or in research institutions. How is Guiding Principle D refl ected in the requirements for the protection of human subjects? Note: Institutional Review Boards are sometimes referred to as Ethics Committees or Ethical Review Boards. 2. Define community assessment. Provide an example of community assessment and draw a graph, picture, or in other ways illustrate what the term means to you.

Identify the risk factors that influence the problem.

1. Select a public health problem and conduct a literature review focusing on the epidemiological and behavioral data. Identify the risk factors that influence the problem. Write a three – page summary of your fi ndings.  2. Conduct a literature search and find at least two articles in which the author has described how a needs or community assessment was conducted. What theoretical framework was used, and what research approaches were applied? 3. Locate and read at least one article that describes an initiative that used a theoretical framework to design the intervention and one that did not use a theory. Draw the logic models for each. Review the conclusions for each initiative and discuss the authors ’ findings. What recommendations would you make to improve either or….

Describe how behavioral change and risk factors are related.

1. List the SMART attributes of objectives. Give two examples of SMART objectives.  2. Describe how behavioral change and risk factors are related. Give an example of each and show how they help achieve a program goal.  3. Develop a set of objectives to tackle the environmental factors that trigger a common health problem of your choice. What domains — individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and public – policy — would you include, and what activities would you plan? What resources would you draw on?

Draw a logic model that summarizes a program of your choice. Identify the outcomes you expect to achieve.

1. Draw a logic model that summarizes a program of your choice. Identify the outcomes you expect to achieve. Which theory would be useful for developing your initiative? Which stakeholders would you include, and how would you get them involved in your endeavor?  2. Write a one – page summary of the social, economic, and political environments that would have an impact on the development of an initiative to address a public health problem in a community of your choice. 3. Imagine you have been invited to join a team to conduct an evaluation of a local advocacy organization in a rural part of the state. What knowledge and skills would you consider important for effective team process?