Basic laparoscopy: Cholecystectomy 08.03 Equipment and materials Quiz

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Basic laparoscopy: Cholecystectomy 08.03 Equipment and materials Quiz

1 A cloudy view is NOT caused by:

Wrong focus.

Condensation inside the camera.

Liquid on the eyepiece of the camera.

Kinked camera lead.

2 The best insufflation pressure for the peritoneum is:

5 mm. mercury.

12 mm. mercury.

18 mm. mercury.

22 mm. mercury.

3 If the diathermy alarm sounds when the power is switched on:

There is interference from the ECG.

The diathermy lead is plugged into the wrong socket.

There is a poor contact between the diathermy pad and the diathermy lead.

4 No picture on the TV monitor means:

Monitor power not switched on.

Video system not switched on.

Camera lead not plugged in.

5 No light from the light source means:

Damp light lead.

Bulb failure.

Brightness dial turned down too low.

6 To apply an Endoloop, you need:

To tie a knot in the catgut.

An Endoloop introducing tube.

An Endoloop forceps.

7 Line up the monitor with the surgeon and the gallbladder:

To optimise orientation.

To prevent the second assistant obscuring the view of the monitor.

To get a better view of the cystic duct.

8 Clips have the following features.

Rarely slip off the cystic artery.

Can be reused.

May damage the right hepatic duct.

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