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Journal October 2011 (Vol 32, No 10)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Case Report: Olfactory Meningioma Removal by Craniectomy and Craniotomy by Anita Parkin , AVN, Dip (Surgery), VTS (Anesthesia)

1. To help keep ICP within an acceptable range, the ETCO2 level of craniotomy patients should be maintained at _______ mm Hg.
2. Before surgery, mannitol can be used as
3. To avoid trauma to lung tissue during intermittent positive-pressure ventilation, a pressure of ____ cm H2O should not be exceeded.
4. The use of opioid agonists may result in
5. SC glycopyrrolate can have a duration of action of up to
6. In this case, synthetic colloids were used instead of crystalloids
7. A decrease in heart rate and an increase in BP could indicate
8. ICP can be increased by
9. To help prevent an increase in ICP during intubation, the patient should be
10. A benzodiazepine can be used to decrease
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