Animal Restraint

Brittany Lea Cle
Quiz by Brittany Lea Cle, updated more than 1 year ago
Brittany Lea Cle
Created by Brittany Lea Cle about 6 years ago
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Quiz on Animal Restraint, created by Brittany Lea Cle on 11/22/2015.

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Question 1

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Restraint or immobilization of animals is usually the responsibility of:
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  • The veterinarian
  • The veterinary assistant
  • The owner
  • The kennel staff

Question 2

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What type of muzzle is safe to leave on a dog for extended periods of time?
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  • Commercial Fabric Muzzle
  • Gauze Muzzle
  • Tape Muzzle
  • Basket Muzzle

Question 3

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When trimming a cats/dogs nails, they nails should be trimmed:
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  • As close to the toe as possible.
  • As close to the quick as possible.
  • Until the nail bleeds.
  • Until the patient is in apparent pain.

Question 4

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The cephalic veins in the dog and cat run along the:
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  • Anterior surface of the front limbs.
  • Lateral surface of the back limbs.
  • Medial surface of the back limbs.
  • Ventral surface of the front limbs.

Question 5

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A tourniquet is used temporarily as:
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  • A type of muzzle.
  • A type of leash.
  • A device to stop blood flow.
  • A device for restraint.

Question 6

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The veins of choice for drawing large blood samples from dogs and cats are:
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  • Jugular Veins
  • Lateral Saphenous Veins
  • Cephalic Veins
  • Femoral Veins

Question 7

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A build up of blood, generally the result of leaking blood around the vein is called:
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  • Phlebitis
  • Homeostasis
  • Hemolysis
  • Hematoma

Question 8

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When a patient is laying on their back, this position is referred to as:
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  • Sternal Recumbency
  • Lateral Recumbency
  • Dorsal Recumbency
  • Standing Recumbency

Question 9

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The scruff of the cat is the:
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  • Shoulder Area
  • Neck Area
  • Chest Area
  • Chin Area

Question 10

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Which injection method facilitates the fastest absorption?
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  • Subcutaneous
  • Intramuscular
  • Intravenous
  • Intradermal

Question 11

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Which is the most commonly used things for inserting IV catheters in dogs and cats?
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  • The jugular vein.
  • The femoral vein.
  • The jugular arteries.
  • The cephalic vein.

Question 12

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When sending aggressive dogs home with oral medication, the best advice for the owner would be to:
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  • Stick their hands down the dogs mouth quickly.
  • Put the pill in the dogs food bowl.
  • Hide the pill in a small piece of food that the dog likes.
  • Crush the pill and water and put it in the water bowl.

Question 13

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Vaccinations are given in all of the following routes except:
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  • Intravenously
  • Intramuscularly
  • Intrnasal
  • Subcutaneously

Question 14

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Cage cards and identification collars should be filled out after the animal is placed in the cage.
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  • True
  • False

Question 15

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When handling rabbits, the biggest concern is:
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  • The rabbit injuring itself Ike struggling to break free.
  • The rabbit not being able to breathe.
  • The rabbit biting the handler.
  • The rabbit biting the owner.

Question 16

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Styptic powder is used to:
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  • Stop the bleeding of the nail quick.
  • Stop the bleeding of the venipuncture sites.
  • Stop the bleeding of wounds.
  • Stop nose bleeds.

Question 17

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Ausculatation is the process of listening to the heart, lungs, and abdomen with a stethoscope.
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  • True
  • False

Question 18

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The "quick" is the:
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  • Quick-release on muzzles.
  • Blood and nerve supply in the skin.
  • Blood and nerve supply in the nails.
  • Fast method for applying a muzzle on a fractious animal.

Question 19

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The proper way to restrain the head of a small animal is:
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  • Encircling your thumbs and middle finger around the bird's neck at the jaw level.
  • Wrapping the head in a towel so they cannot bite.
  • Cover the bird's eyes to help keep then calm.
  • The head must not be restrained as it may cause suffocation.

Question 20

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When moving large immobile or unconscious patients, all of the following methods are acceptable except:
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  • Use a metal fram stretcher with two staff members.
  • Use a large blanket with two staff members.
  • Carry the patient on your own because they are unconscious.
  • Use a rolling gurney.

Question 21

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If the veterinarian tells you that he needs to examine the right lateral front leg of a cat, which position would you place the patient in?
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  • Right lateral recumbency
  • Left lateral recumbency
  • Dorsal recumbency
  • Sternalrecumbency

Question 22

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Caudal refers to the anatomical direction:
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  • Towards the head
  • Towards the belly
  • Towards the foot
  • Towards the tail

Question 23

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The dogs tail is _________ to the dogs neck.
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  • Cranial
  • Dorsal
  • Caudal
  • Ventral

Question 24

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The stifle (or knee) of a dogs leg is ______________ to the hip.
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  • Proximal
  • Distal
  • Medial
  • Lateral

Question 25

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The best rope knot to use as a temporary tie when constant tension is applied ad used for positioning an unconscious patients limbs on a surgery table is the:
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  • Square knot
  • Halter tie
  • Half hitch
  • Reefers knot

Question 26

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Types of muzzles include all except:
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  • Basket muzzle
  • Hackamore muzzles
  • Leash muzzles
  • Nylon muzzles

Question 27

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The ear flap in referred to as the:
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  • Pinna
  • Perineum
  • Phylum
  • Prion

Question 28

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The Elizabethan collar may be used to prevent the patient from chewing bandages.
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  • True
  • False

Question 29

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The proper procedure for assisting in the drawing blood from a canine patients lateral saphenous vein is to have the dog in lateral recumbency with one of your hands occluding the vein:
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  • Above the neck
  • Below the neck
  • At the knee
  • Below the tarsal joint

Question 30

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During vaccination, cats can be restatined using:
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  • A sharp tone of voice
  • Physical restraint
  • Tranquilzers
  • Psychological and physical restraint

Question 31

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Restraint begins with analyzing the four fundamentals:
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  • Owners preference, procedure, equipment available, handlers ability.
  • Procedure, allotted time , equipment available, handlers ability.
  • The animals behavior, the procedure, the handles ability, and the available equipment.
  • Owners preference, handlers ability, allotted time, procedure.

Question 32

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Before removing any animal from their cage, the very first thing the handler should do is:
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  • Talk with the firm, commanding tone of voice.
  • Have all items needed for the procedure ready.
  • Have a lease ready.
  • Close all windows and doors.

Question 33

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The term "lateral recumbency "means the patient is:
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  • On its back
  • Laying on either it's left side or right side
  • Laying on its sternum
  • Laying on its stomach

Question 34

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Ineffective utiliziation of physical restraint:
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  • Increases the competency of the veterinarian
  • Reassures the patient
  • Can result in injury to the patient and/or staff
  • Increases the competency of the veterinary technician

Question 35

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When restraining of fractious cat for an oral exam, the equipment of choice would be:
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  • The cat sack
  • A Cat muzzle
  • The fish net
  • A gauze muzzle

Question 36

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Placement of a needle for catheter directly in and animals being is referred to as:
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  • A jugular stick
  • Vessel administration
  • Venipuncture
  • Phlebotomy

Question 37

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When restraining a cat to drawl a large amount of blood, the proper thing to use is the ____________ vein while the patient is in _____________ recumbency:
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  • Lateral saphaneous / lateral
  • Jugular / sternal
  • Femoral / sternal
  • Cephalic / dorsal
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