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Examinee: Your Name goes here.
Exam Name: Moderate Sedation 
Passing Score: 70% 
# of Questions: 10 
Question Order: Randomized 
Maximum # of Attempts: Unlimited 
# of Attempts:
# of Attempts Remaining: Unlimited 
Description: Moderate sedation covers the sedation continuum, expected level of consciousness, medications, dose, and complications along with monitoring guidelines. 
Objectives:
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  • The participant will be able to identify the common procedures in which moderate sedation is appropriate.
  • The participant will be able to explain the criteria for the proper level of sedation on the sedation continuum and be able to differentiate between the different levels of sedation.
  • The participant will be able to identify common medications used in moderate sedation and their effect/side effects.
  • The participant will be able to understand when the need to rescue a patient from deep sedation arises.
  • The participant will be familiar with the proper reversal agents for opioids and benzodiazepines commonly used in moderate sedation.
  • The participant will understand the factors that influence patient selection for moderate sedation.
  • The participant will be able to explain the proper monitoring of patients undergoing moderate sedation.
  • The participant will be familiar with the sources of guidance of practice regarding moderate sedation.
Directions:
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Each Exam consists of 10 Randomized questions.
The exam questions are multiple choice (MC).
Read the question and the four foils below the question.
Select the answer.
Select a button to go to the next or previous question.
If you are at the last question, selecting next question will go to the first question.
If you are at the first question selecting previous question will go to the last question.
When you have answered all of the questions select save & grade exam.
The exam is not timed.
Once you start the exam, you must finish. Partially completed exams are not graded.
   
  The number of questions, if they are randomized, and the passing score is set by the institution that signs you up.
If you are a private user, those settings have a default value of 20+ questions, 80% minimium score, and randomized.