ST Monitoring Quiz

Natalie Tredway
Quiz by Natalie Tredway, updated more than 1 year ago
Natalie Tredway
Created by Natalie Tredway over 6 years ago
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Description

ST monitoring via Philips monitor

Resource summary

Question 1

Question
ST analysis can be performed on the patient with 1:1 ventricular pacing.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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The ST segment is:
Answer
  • Normally elevated in all leads
  • Normally isoelectric in all leads
  • Normally depressed in all leads
  • Damaged and ischemia causes the cells of the myocardium to become more or less excitable.

Question 3

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ST segment measurements are displayed and trended in:
Answer
  • mmHg
  • mm
  • kpal

Question 4

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The ST Leads that are being monitored depend on: (choose all that apply)
Answer
  • The leads available based on the lead set used and electrodes applied.
  • The Lead Placement selected - Standard or EASI
  • The number of leads displayed on the Main Screen.
  • The leads setup for monitoring.

Question 5

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When ST Analysis is turned off:
Answer
  • No ST analysis or arrhythmia analysis is performed.
  • No ST analysis is performed but arrhythmia analysis continues.

Question 6

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To turn off individual leads of ST:
Answer
  • Change to another screen
  • In the ST Analysis menu, select Setup ST Leads.
  • In the ECG menu, select New Lead Setup.
  • In the ST Analysis menu, select, select ST Analysis.

Question 7

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Selecting Alarms in the ST Analysis menu:
Answer
  • Turns on/off all ST alarms.
  • Allows you turn off individual ST alarms.
  • Silences ST alarms for 5 minutes.
  • Allows you to select single-lead or multi-lead alarms.

Question 8

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Multi-lead alarms will cause an alarm only when:
Answer
  • All monitored ST leads exceed the limits set for 15 seconds.
  • Three or more leads exceed the limits set for 15 seconds.
  • Two or more leads exceed the limits set for 1 minute.
  • Three or more leads exceed the limits set for 1 minute.

Question 9

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ST alarms set using Auto Limits Wide: (choose all that apply)
Answer
  • Changes the alarm limits based on the last 5 minutes of data.
  • Change as the patient’s condition changes
  • Changes the alarm limits based on the last 1 minute of data.
  • Will not change until you change them manually or use AutoLimits again.
  • Will not set alarm limits in pathological range.
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