Errata - Storm Anesthesia Manual 2015

Although we make every effort to avoid errors in the Storm Anesthesia Manual, the task is enormous and never ending. We always appreciate our readers great feedback on any errors that may have entered our book without our knowledge!

The following is the errata list for the current edition of SAM:

Page 197

In the section “Water balance” we have made a few corrections and clarifications. The full section should read as follows:

The renal blood flow is 1,800 liter/day (20-25% of cardiac output) and the kidneys will filter approximately 10% of this for an ultrafiltrate production of 180 liter/day. The kidneys will reabsorb over 99%, so only 1-2 liters will be excreted as urine.

The majority of water is reabsorbed by passively following Na+, which happens in the proximal tubule, where 65% is reabsorbed by isosmotic reabsorption. The remaining water will be reabsorbed in the thin descending tubule (20%) and the late distal tubule and collecting duct. Absorption in the late distal tubule and collecting duct is controlled by ADH and rely on principal cells and their aquaporin 2 channels, which are inserted when ADH is increased.

[Hall 12th ed.p.328, 330-334] [Costanzo 4th ed. p.257, 272-275, 286, 291]

Page 207

Question 1: Answer should be C (not B); the text is correct.

Page 506

A) Baseline and beginning of expiration

B) Alveolar gasses start to emerge

B-C) Combination of dead space and alveolar gasses

C-D) Alveolar plateau

D) Actual alveolar EtCO2

D-E) Inspiratory limb

E) End of inspiration

Errata - Storm Anesthesia Manual 2016

Neuro A & P review answers

1) The temporal lobe is primarily concerned with?
    A. Perception and recognition of sounds

2) Memory is primarily processed in the?
    A. Temporal lobe

3) Match the following cranial nerves in the correct order Olfactory, Hypoglossal, Vagus, Facial?
    D. I – XII – X – VII

4) Which cranial nerve is the “largest”?
    B. CN X

5) Which cranial nerve is the only one that exits the posterior side of the brainstem”
    C. CN IV

6) How many cranial nerves are responsible for eye movements?
    C. Three: Oculomotor (CN III), Trochlear (CN IV) and Abducens (CN VI)

7) Which two cranial nerves carry sensory information regarding blood pressure to the brain?
    A. CN IX and CN X

8) The anterior fontanelle closes at?
    D. 24 months

9) Cerebrospinal fluid is mostly?
    C. Isotonic

10) Two major arteries feeding the Circle of Willis are?
      B. Basilar arteries and Vertebral arteries

11) Neuronal activity in the brain cell account for _____% of energy use?
      C. 60 %

12) Hyperglycemia will exacerbate global hypoxic brain injury due to?
     A. Acidosis

13) The EEG becomes isoelectric at which body core temperature?
      D. 68 °F

14) Luxury perfusion is?
      C. Increased blood flow and decreased oxygen use

15) The Robin Hood phenomenon is also called?
      A. Inverse steal phenomenon