Pre-Test - Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Use of TAP Blocks for Postoperative Pain Control 1. What percentage of patients receive postsurgical opioids? * a. 82% b. 68% c. 99% d. 76% 2. Which of the following is INCORRECT? * a. Women receive 65% of all opioid prescriptions b. Men are more likely to become addicted to opioids when prescribed after surgery c. 13% of opioid naïve women age 40-59 become persistent opioid users through 3-6 months post-surgery d. Chronic pelvic pain increases risk of persistent opioid use 3. The recommended dose of liposomal bupivacaine is based on all the following factors EXCEPT: * a. Size of the surgical site b. Volume required to cover the area c. The patient’s weight d. Individual patient factors that may impact the safety of an amide local anesthetic 4. True or False: It is acceptable to dilute liposomal bupivacaine with water or other hypotonic agents. * a. True b. False 5. TAP blocks can be considered for the following procedures: * a. Laparotomy b. Appendectomy c. Laparoscopic surgery d. Abdominoplasty e. Cesarean delivery f. As an alternative to epidural anesthesia for larger abdominal incisions g. All of the above CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.