310 notes to study for AGR 540 intro Test

True or False: when palpating a patient, a stethoscope is used to listen to internal sounds

False(?)

When assessing a patient's ear, which of the following equipment is used?

Otoscope

What is the instrument used to auscultate the heart, lungs and GI contractions of an animal:

Stethoscope

The white part of the eye is reffered to as the:

Sclera

The color portion of the eye that sits around the pupil is known as:

Iris

Give another term for the third eyelid

Nicitating membrane

Where do you palpate a pulse in your feline/canine patient?

Lateral saphenous vein

If you are assessing the opthalmic system, what system are you assessing?

Eyes/Sight

What is the term for the outer portion of the ear (the flap)?

Pinna

The ear drum is also known as

tympanic membrane

What is another term for nostrils?

nares

What anatomical feature of the ear canal makes it difficult to damage the ear drum during physical examination or cleaning?

ventricular canal

Name the 5 superficial lymph nodes that you palpate during a physical exam, and if they are palpable or not in a healthy patient

A. Submandibular Yes
B. Prescapular. Yes
C. Axillary No
D. Inguinal. No
E. Popliteal Yes

Normal CRT should be_________________ seconds in a healthy animal

Less than 2 seconds

What does CRT stand for?

Capillary Refill Time

How do you assess the CRT

Gently apply pressure to the gums of the animal, release pressure,& count howlong it-takes for color to return

What should normal gum color (MM color) be in a healthy animal:

Fleshy pink

When auscultating the lungs of an animal you should assess how many different areas or quadrants of the chest on the right and left side?

9 (?)

Insufficient airflow to the lungs is notated by which sound?

Wheezing

Fluid within the lungs is noted by which sound?

Popping

T or F: GIT contractions are very important to auscultate

True (?)

Normal TPR Ranges for Felines:

Temp:
Resp:
Pulse:

Normal TPR Ranges for Canines:

Temp:
Resp:
Pulse:

Normal TPR ranges for Equine:

Temp:
Resp.:
Pulse:

Normal TPR Ranges for Bovine:

Temp:
Resp:
Pulse:

Explain what the listed gum color is an what it could possibly indicate: Cyanotic MM.

Blue _ lack of oxygen