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    LIST of questions for practical skills evaluation for 3rd year student..



    1.
    Deontology and ethics of medical personnel.
    2.
    Deontological problems in examination and treatment of cancer patients.
    3.
    The rights and duties of the surgical department nurse, operating theatre nurse and dressing room nurse.
    4.
    Clinical hygiene of medical personnel working at a surgical department.
    5.
    Accident prevention at a surgical department.
    6.
    Accident prevention in work with surgical patients.
    7.
    Basics of patients’ diet in the postoperative period.
    8.
    Transportation of patients.
    9.
    Surgical department (layout, design, organization of work).
    10.
    Sanitary regime at a surgical department.
    11.
    Layout of a dressing room, organization of work.
    12.
    Surgical unit (layout, equipment).
    13.
    Upkeep of surgical units.
    14.
    Operation theatre (equipment).
    15.
    Cleaning and disinfection of surgical unit.
    16.
    Layout and organization of admission and diagnostics department at a surgical in-patient department.
    17.
    Objectives of admission department.
    18.
    Specifics of care for patients after gastrointestinal surgery.
    19.
    Specifics of care for patients after urinary tract surgery.
    20.
    Organisation and implementation of patient care at the trauma department.
    21.
    Organisation and implementation of patient care at the resuscitation department.
    22.
    Care of patients in early postoperative period.
    23.
    Prevention of postoperative shock.
    24.
    Prevention of postoperative phlebitis, thrombophlebitis.
    25.
    Prevention of postoperative abdominal complications.
    26.
    Prevention of postoperative purulent complications and wound suppuration.
    27.
    Prevention of airborne and droplet infection.
    28.
    Types of drainage care of drains.
    29.
    Types and techniques of abdominal drainage, care of drains.
    30.
    Types and techniques of pleural drainage, care of drains.
    31.
    Use of antiseptics in management of wounds.
    32.
    Preparation of patients for X-ray examination of the stomach or large intestine.
    33.
    Oxygen therapy, rules of administering it.
    34.
    The patient’s personal hygiene.
    35.
    Aspiration of contents of pleural cavity (equipment, aspiration techniques).
    36.
    Preparing the patient for scheduled or urgent surgery.
    37.
    The work of dressing room nurse.
    38.
    Sterilization of surgical sheets, dressing materials.
    39.
    Sterilization of surgical instruments.
    40.
    Sterilisation of gloves.
    41.
    Sterilisation of optical instruments.
    42.
    Sterilisation of silk.
    43.
    Sterilisation of fosta nylon.
    44.
    Sterilisation of catgut.
    45.
    Placing dressing materials and sheets into the drum.
    46.
    Methods of placing materials to be sterilized into the drum.
    47.
    Rules of keeping drums with materials for surgery.
    48.
    Control of sterility.
    49.
    Autoclaving. The design of an autoclave.
    50.
    Ways and methods of administering antibiotics.
    51.
    The technique of intramuscular administration of drugs.
    52.
    The technique of subcutaneous administration of drugs.
    53.
    Prevention of postoperative complications.
    54.
    The technique of parenteral administration of drugs.
    55.
    The technique of assembling the system for intravenous blood transfusion.
    56.
    Drawing blood from a vein.
    57.
    Intravenous administration of drugs.
    58.
    Prevention of complications in transfusion of blood and blood substitutes.
    59.
    Gastric lavage in operated patients.
    60.
    Catheterisation of bladder with soft catheter.
    61.
    Determining the suitability of plaster for dressings.
    62.
    Preparing plaster dressings.
    63.
    Applying circular plaster dressing, plaster bars, circular plaster bars.
    64.
    Care of patients in skeletal traction.
    65.
    Types of soft dressings on the head, eye and neck.
    66.
    Types of soft dressings on the hand (finger, glove, wrist joint).
    67.
    Types of soft dressings on the upper extremity.
    68.
    Dressing of the mammary gland, Velpeau’s bandage, Desault’s bandage.
    69.
    Soft dressing on the foot.
    70.
    Immobilisation in injury of shoulder girdle, upper extremities.
    71.
    Thermometry, its recording.
    72.
    Applying cupping glasses and mustard plaster.
    73.
    Administering enemas (cleansing, siphon, therapeutic, nutrient enemas).
    74.
    Types of placing the patient on the operation table.
    75.
    Preparation of the operative field.
    76.
    Preparation of the surgeon’s hands before operation.
    77.
    Modern methods of scrubbing.
    78.
    The technique of wound examination. Taking out the stitches.
    79.
    The technique of dressing antiseptic and purulent wound.
    80.
    The technique of the primary surgical debridement of wound.
    81.
    Preparation for surgery and anesthesia.
    82.
    Blood grouping with standard sera.
    83.
    Blood grouping with standard erythrocytes.
    84.
    Rhesus factor typing.
    85.
    Prevention of errors in blood grouping and Rh-factor typing.
    86.
    Compatibility tests for transfused blood.
    87.
    Individual compatibility tests.
    88.
    Rhesus compatibility tests.
    89.
    Determining the suitability of blood.
    90.
    Observation and examination of patient after blood transfusion.
    91.
    Methods of general clinical examination of lymphatic system.
    92.
    Methods of general clinical examination of osseous system.
    93.
    Methods of general clinical examination of articular system.
    94.
    Methods of general clinical examination of peripheral vessels.
    95.
    Determining functional status of peripheral vessels.
    96.
    Signs of arterial obstruction in extremities.
    97.
    Preparation of patient for urgent surgery.
    98.
    Examination of patient with bone fractures.
    99.
    Prevention of bed sores, care of them.
    100.
    Examination of patient in preoperative period.
    101.
    Examination of patient in postoperative period.
    102.
    Early postoperative complications; their diagnostics, first aid.
    103.
    Late postoperative complications.
    104.
    Determining the size of burnt area.
    105.
    Methods of determining the absolute and relative length of extremity.
    106.
    Methods of patient examination in fracture of long tubular bones.
    107.
    X-ray evidence of extremity fracture.
    108.
    Examination of patients with acute purulent diseases of fingers.
    109.
    Examination of patients obliterating vascular diseases of lower extremities.
    110.
    Methods of examining fistulas.
    111.
    Methods of examining shoulder joint dislocation; first aid.
    112.
    General clinical examination of patients with posthemorrhagic anemia.
    113.
    First aid in cardiac arrest.
    114.
    First aid in respiratory arrest.
    115.
    Artificial lung ventilation.
    116.
    First aid upon transfusion of incompatible blood.
    117.
    First aid in asphyxiation, spasm.
    118.
    Open and closed heart massage.
    119.
    The technique of intracardiac injections.
    120.
    The methods of local anesthesia.
    121.
    First aid in loss of consciousness.
    122.
    First aid in collapse.
    123.
    First aid in traumatic shock.
    124.
    Applying Esmarch’s tourniquet in hemorrhage.
    125.
    Applying compression bandage in wound hemorrhage.
    126.
    Methods of definitive arrest pf bleeding.
    127.
    Prevention of postoperative shock.
    128.
    First aid upon contusion of soft tissues, strain of ligaments, joints.
    129.
    First aid in pneumothorax.
    130.
    First aid in joint dislocation.
    131.
    First aid in fracture of tubular bones.
    132.
    Applying transportation splint in fracture of bones in extremities.
    133.
    First aid in thermal burns.
    134.
    First aid in chemical burns.
    135.
    First aid in Burn shock.
    136.
    First aid in frostbite.
    137.
    First aid in electric trauma.
    138.
    First aid in injury (prevention of wound infection).
    139.
    Primary surgical debridement of wounds.
    140.
    First aid in vomiting.
    141.
    First aid in gastrointestinal hemorrhage. Tracheostomy.
    142.
    Care of tracheostomy.
    143.
    Applying occlusive dressing in penetrating injury of chest.
    144.
    First aid in posttransfusion complication.
    145.
    First aid in postoperative shock.
    146.
    First aid in air embolism.
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