By Michelle Bowman-Howard MD
Anesthesia evaluate, moment Edition is the right research relief for either the written and the oral board examinations in anesthesiology. the 1st part provides board-format questions in all of the significant parts of anesthesiology, together with body structure, pharmacology, nearby anesthesia, ache administration, and significant organ platforms. the second one part offers bulleted, outline-format solutions that assessment the information had to resolution the query competently. The 3rd part includes circumstances to extra organize readers for oral boards.
This variation comprises completely up-to-date info, quite on airway administration, pharmacology, sufferer protection, and caliber insurance. Questions and solutions contain references to the most recent variants of ordinary anesthesiology textbooks.
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3. What information do dose–response curves provide? What is their main disadvantage? 4. How many half-lives does it take to reach steady state? Inhalation Agents CHAPTER 3 Barash, Chapter 15; Miller, Chapter 4; Stoelting, Chapter 2 PHARMACOKINETICS OF INHALATION AGENTS—FACTORS AFFECTING MINIMAL ALVEOLAR CONCENTRATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. List three factors that determine the alveolar partial pressure of an inhalation agent. List three factors that determine uptake of an inhalation agent. What is concentration effect?
4. 5. What is drug clearance? Upon what is it dependent? What is first-order elimination? How do low extraction ratio and high extraction ratio affect drug clearance? How does liver disease decrease drug clearance? How do volatile anesthetic agents affect hepatic blood flow? RENAL DRUG CLEARANCE 1. What are the types of drugs that are filtered/reabsorbed? 2. What is the relationship between renal blood flow (RBF) and glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in relation to mean arterial pressure (MAP)? 17 18 ANESTHESIA REVIEW 3.
What causes decreased diffusing capacity? DISTRIBUTION OF BLOOD FLOW AND VENTILATION 1. Define the blood flow in the three zones of West. 2. Which alveoli are the most distended at rest: those at the top of the lung or the ones at the bottom? ˙ Q) ˙ matching occur? 3. (a) Where does optimal ventilation–perfusion (V/ ˙ ˙ (b) Which part of the lung has an increased V/Q ratio? ˙ Q ˙ ratio? (c) Which part of the lung has a decreased V/ VENTILATION–PERFUSION RATIO: DEAD SPACE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Define dead space.