1. When performing abdominal surgery, the argument against using nitrous oxide would be associated with its A. Diffusion into air-containing cavities B. High potency C. Dose-dependent reduction in mean arterial pressure D. Reduction in net ventilation 2. A patient presents for follow-up examination to a bariatric surgeon 3 months after RYGB with progressive nausea and vomiting, soon after eating, for the past 1 week, and now cannot even tolerate liquids. Which of the following symptoms is TRUE about the further evaluation of this patient? A. Order a CT scan. B. Arrange an endoscopy. C. Arrange a stat UGI contrast. D. The patient needs a nutritional evaluation only.
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1. When performing abdominal surgery, the argument against using nitrous oxide would be associated..