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Having watched the Gastric Ultrasound talk, let’s review a few of those critical concepts, shall we?
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Nice job, you knocked that out. If you scored less than 80%, I’d strongly suggest that you circle back and watch the lecture again.
Which of the following does not increase morbidity as it relates to aspiration?Correct
You’re right, what increases morbidity is content, pH and volume.Incorrect
Hmmm… not quite
Which area of the stomach is ideally imaged when doing gastric ultrasound?Correct
Correct, the pyloric antrum is what we want to image!Incorrect
The pyloric antrum is what we want to image. This is important!
Which patient position is the most sensitive to assess volume of gastric contents?Correct
The position that is most sensitive to assess the gastric volume is right lateral decubitus. Supine is used as well but it is not the most sensitive.Incorrect
Hmmm… let’s look at that again.
Which ultrasound probe should be used for gastric ultrasound?Correct
That’s right, the curvilinear probe is best for gastric ultrasound to optimize penetration of sound waves.Incorrect
Not quite, the curvilinear probe is most optimized for gastric ultrasound.