Mod C Unit 3 Theory Test Review

  1. what type of anesthesia is most frequently used in dentistry
  2. what is added to the local/anesthetic
    epinephrine aka vasoconstrictor
  3. the larger the gauge, the ____ the needle.
  4. anesthesia is defined as
    temp loss of feeling or sensation
  5. what numbs the top of the mucosa
    topical anesthetic
  6. topical min/average set time for topical
    2 min
  7. ____ loaded in the syringe first
    the needle
  8. the doctor will use this type of syringe to make sure he's not in a blood vessel or artery
    aspirating syringe
  9. numbness that lasts longer than it should is known as
  10. N2O & Oxygen is known as
    an inhalation sedation
  11. local agents are not effective on infected areas because of:
  12. advantage of N2O in dental
    you do not need any special training
  13. contraindications of N2O:
    there are none
  14. N2O therapy begins and ends with
    100% oxygen
  15. common rx sedative for children
  16. what system prevents N2O in the dental office from affecting the staff
    scavenger system
  17. general anesthesia should only be administered in what setting
    hospital setting
  18. IV sedation
    may be monitored by a CDA in some states after completing a course
  19. different levels for stages of anesthesia
    analgesia and excitement
  20. most surgical procedures are done at what time in the day
    first thing in the morning
  21. which is color coded blue
    N2O ...
  22. most commonly used to control a gag reflex
  23. put used needles:
    in the sharps container
  24. why do offices need a scavenger system
    to protect the dental assistant from exposure to too much N2O
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Mod C Unit 3 Theory Test Review
Mod C Unit 3 Theory Test Review