Prevention
Containment
Fire Extinguishers
Evacuation
100

This is the best electrocautery device to use in order to avoid an O.R. fire.

What is bi-polar device?

100

This is what should be on the CST's back table if there is a higher incidence of an O.R. fire occurring.

What is saline/water?

100

These are the types of fire extinguishers located in the O.R.

What are ABC (Red) and Water (Silver)?

100

This is what the CST does in preparation for the evacuation.

What is gather supplies for the trip to be used to finish the surgery?

200

These are the 3 elements of a fire.

What are Oxidizers, Ignition Source, and Fuel?

200

This is what needs to be brought to the O.R. immediately if an O.R. fire is present.

What is a fire extinguisher?

200

This extinguisher should be used on people.

What is water (silver)?

200

This is the person/unit who needs to be notified once the Charge MD, ABC, Charge RN, and Manager have been made of aware of fire.

What is PACU Charge RN?

300

This is the time that the prep solution should be allowed to dry before skin incision is made.

What is 3 minutes?

300

This is the number to call in the event of an O.R. fire and what you should do.

What is call 6-3333 and pull the fire alarm?

300

This fire extinguisher can be used on anything EXCEPT people.

What is ABC (red)?

300

This is where you would evacuate if L & D was on fire.

Go to L&D PACU if contained, if unable to contain, go to Interventional Radiology holding (the old E.A.U.)

400

This is what anesthesia can do in the event of an AW fire.

What is turn off Oxygen and ventilate with Room air?

400

This is what the surgeon can do to the field if fire noted on the patient.

What is flood the field with saline/water?

400

This is the acronym for P.A.S.S. and R.A.C.E. 

What is Pull-Aim-Squeeze-Sweep?

What is Rescue-Alarm-Contain-Extinguish? 

400

This is where you would go if there was a fire in the O.R. and Interventional Radiology department was full

What is Main O.R. PACU?

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