IAHCSMM Chapter 11

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1

True

Microgrind, or Supercut Scissors are usually identified with a black handle.

2

False

Stainless steel jaw needleholders last longer than Tungsten Carbide jaw needleholders.

3

True

The place where the two parts of a ring handled instrument meet and pivot is called the box lock.

4

False

Instruments are heat treated to give their surface a mirror (shiny) finish.

5

True

Tissue forceps have teeth.

6

True

During instrument manufacture the process of passivation helps build a protective a protective chromium oxide layer on each instrument's surface.

7

False

The part of a hemostat that locks and holds it in position is called the box lock.

8

False

Laser-finished instruments are coated with a durable protective finish that cannot be chipped or scratched.

9

False

When assembling an instrument set, heavier instruments should be placed on top of lighter ones to hold them in place.

10

True

After applying instrument identification tape, instruments should be autoclaved to help the tape bond to the instrument.

11

1 to 1.5

Instrument marking tape should be wrapped approximately _ __ ___ around the instrument.

12

etching

Which of the following is NOT an acceptable form of instrument marking?

13

Unclog the suction during surgery

The purpose of a suction stylet is to:

14

Rubber testing material

Kerrison Laminectomy Rongeurs should be tested using::

15

Gold handles

Scissors with tungsten carbide cutting edges are usually identified by: