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Blunt or penetrating
Penetrating trauma to the chest
Nylon (monofilament)
Penetrating
Tetanus
Olfactory optic oculomotor trochlear abducens facial vestibulocochlear glossopharyngeal vagus spinal accessory hypoglossal
60%
Clostridium tetani
Contusion or fracture
Spleen
Compartment syndrome
Fall or from striking the steering wheel
X Vagus Nerve
polypropylene
Right ventricle
0 vicryl GC or CT-1
Virus
4-0 monocryl PS-1 CC
Cranial nerve V Trigeminal
I and II Olfactory and Optic
Streptococcus
Hypothermia
Bacilli
Traction suture
Cranial nerve VIII
Bacteria that causes rheumatic fever is?
What type of suture would you use on subcuticular layer of the chin?
Myocardial contusions usually involve the?
Rod like shaped bacteria are identified microscopically as?
A suture used to retract a structure to the side of the operative field is called?
Gun shot or stab wound is considered what type of wound?
Which bacteria is commonly found in soil?
Which cranial nerve is affected by trigeminal neuralgia?
What type of suture is best used on an infected wound?
Name all 12 cranial nerves?
Swelling of the muscles below the fascia covering may compromise circulation and result in eventual loss of the extremity. This condition is?
An emergency thoracotomy may be indicated in the patient with?
Hepatitis B (serum hepatitis) is caused by a?
Motor vehicle accidents account for about ___ of maxillofacial injuries?
Deceleration injury would include what two types?
Most common organ injured in blunt trauma?
Which cranial nerve is severed as a last result treatment of Meniere’s Disease?
The cranial nerve that regulates secretion of gastric juice is the?
Suture to close muscle/fascia after lumbar laminectomy?
When trauma is involved,___ often begins at the time of injury due to heat loss?
What is the best synthetic substitute for stainless steel?
Trauma to the skeletal system usually results in?
Trauma to which two cranial nerves would result in the loss of smell and vision?
Clostridium tetrani causes?
Injures of the eye are usually what type of traumas?

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Most common organ injured in blunt trauma?Spleen
An emergency thoracotomy may be indicated in the patient with?Penetrating trauma to the chest
When trauma is involved,___ often begins at the time of injury due to heat loss?Hypothermia
Motor vehicle accidents account for about ___ of maxillofacial injuries?60%
Myocardial contusions usually involve the?Right ventricle
Gun shot or stab wound is considered what type of wound? Penetrating
Trauma to the skeletal system usually results in?Contusion or fracture
Deceleration injury would include what two types?Fall or from striking the steering wheel
Swelling of the muscles below the fascia covering may compromise circulation and result in eventual loss of the extremity. This condition is?Compartment syndrome
Injures of the eye are usually what type of traumas? Blunt or penetrating
The cranial nerve that regulates secretion of gastric juice is the?X Vagus Nerve
Which cranial nerve is severed as a last result treatment of Meniere’s Disease? Cranial nerve VIII
Trauma to which two cranial nerves would result in the loss of smell and vision?I and II Olfactory and Optic
Which cranial nerve is affected by trigeminal neuralgia?Cranial nerve V Trigeminal
Name all 12 cranial nerves?Olfactory optic oculomotor trochlear abducens facial vestibulocochlear glossopharyngeal vagus spinal accessory hypoglossal
Rod like shaped bacteria are identified microscopically as?Bacilli
Clostridium tetrani causes?Tetanus
Bacteria that causes rheumatic fever is?Streptococcus
Which bacteria is commonly found in soil?Clostridium tetani
Hepatitis B (serum hepatitis) is caused by a?Virus
A suture used to retract a structure to the side of the operative field is called?Traction suture
Suture to close muscle/fascia after lumbar laminectomy?0 vicryl GC or CT-1
What type of suture would you use on subcuticular layer of the chin?4-0 monocryl PS-1 CC
What is the best synthetic substitute for stainless steel?polypropylene
What type of suture is best used on an infected wound?Nylon (monofilament)