These are just a few questions I asked myself when studying to make sure I know some of the highlighted points in this chapter. I figured, I might as well make it official and legit so I can go back to this when studying for the comprehenive exam also. . . So I hope this helps you guys as well!
Questions and Answers
The left coronary artery feeds which Aortic Valve cusp?
Which views are LA appendages seen in? (check 2)
ME 2 Chamber
TG 2 Chamber
Which view is the RA appendage seen in?
What are the 3 areas of common thrombus/emboli detection?
In the ME AV SAX view, what is the order of AV cusps?
Right, left, non
Left, non, right
Non, left, right
Non, right, left
The _________________ of the AV is always on the side of the Intra-atrial septum.
Left coronary cusp
Non coronary cusp
The _________ of the MV is always on the side of the non- coronary cusp of the AV.
The Coronary Sinus shows up on which myocardial walls in the ME 2 Chamber & ME 4 Chamber? (choose 2)
The Coronary Sinus is located next to which MV leaflet?
The LAA is on the same side of the __________MV leaflet and ___________ wall of myocardium.
The Eustacian Valve is seen in the ME Bicaval view with the _____________ being on the left side of it.
The TG Mid SAX show the ___________muscle to be on the top.
A patient must be ________ for ______ hours prior to the TEE exam, to reduce vomiting. (choose 2)
NPO - fasting
What solution is used to clean/disinfect the probe once the exam is finished?
The probe must not be in the cleaning solution for longer than 20 minutes because it is an acid.
Which of these is NOT an Absolute Contraindication for performing a TEE?
Inability to swallow
Esophageal Varices, tumors, stenosis
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