Tutor profile: Taylor M.
When instruments for a procedure have been borrowed from the vendor or another facility, the perioperative nurse must ensure that the instruments: Select all that apply. -Will be delivered straight to the OR when they arrive -Are accompanied by the vendor's representative in case questions about the instruments arise -Are delivered to the facility in time for the procedure -Have been inspected, inventoried, cleaned, packaged, and sterilized in-house
-Are delivered to the facility in time for the procedure -Have been inspected, inventoried, cleaned, packaged, and sterilized in-house -Are accompanied by the vendor's representative in case questions about the instruments arise These can not come directly to the operating room because they must be inventoried by the central supply at your hospital system. When it is in a vendors care we cannot guarantee it is clean and sterile.
Subject: Study Skills
A professor has asked you to summarize a research article given in your class. What is an important aspect of your summarization? -Paraphrasing the research article in your own words -Using quotations without citations -Delete the unimportant facts -Say that you like it and why in a couple sentences
-Paraphrasing the research article in your own words. This is a very important skills to learn in higher education to be successful in writing papers.
Nerve impulses resulting in touch on the skin enter the spinal cord from spinal nerves via the: Dorsal Rami Ventral Roots Dorsal Roots Gray Rami Communicans White Rami Commicans
Dorsal Roots--Sensory impulses enter the cord via dorsal roots. Ventral roots carry exclusively motor impulses. Dorsal and ventral ROOTS combine to form mixed spinal nerves, which then divide into MIXED dorsal and ventral rami. The gray and white rami communicans are involved in autonomic signals to/from the cord.