CLINICAL NURSE REVIEW:
PLEUR-EVAC A-7000 SERIES PRODUCT TRAINING

Please read the information below and follow the instructions as described.






1. The Pleur-evac® Chest Drainage System:

a. Evacuates air and fluid, if any, from mediastinum or chest cavity
b. Prevents air/fluid from re-entering the thoracic cavity
c. Helps to reestablish normal negative intra-thoracic pressure
d. Facilitates lung re-expansion
e. All of the above

2. The Pleur-evac® A-7000 System consists of three interrelated chambers—suction, seal, and collection. Suction can be wet or dry, but only wet seal models are available.

True
False

3. The Pleur-evac® Water Seal measures patient negativity:

a. Without suction, patient pressure equals fluid level on scale
b. With suction, patient pressure equals fluid level on scale plus fluid level in suction
c. Both A and B
d. None of the above

4. The Pleur-evac® Air Leak Meter is a on a scale of:

a. 1 (low) to 5 (high)
b. 5 (low) to 1 (high)
c. 1 (low) to 7 (high)
d. 7 (low) to 1 (high)

5. The Pleur-evac® Auto-transfusion Bag A-1500-08LF is calibrated for 20 cm of suction.

True
False

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