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Journal September 2009 (Vol 30, No 9)

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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Emesis — Is It for Your Patient? CE Article #1

1. When a pet has ingested a potentially dangerous substance, the goal of inducing emesis is to
2. A patient should not be induced to vomit if the
3. Ingestion of a corrosive product can result in
4. Cats are more sensitive to ingestions of liquid potpourri because
5. Phosphine gas forms rapidly when zinc, calcium, or aluminum phosphides are ingested and
6. Recommended emetic agents include
7. The chemoreceptor trigger zone is
8. Flushing the conjunctival sac after use of apomorphine hydrochloride is recommended to
9. To induce emesis in cats, xylazine HCL is administered
10. All emetic agents work best when
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