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Welcome to the NBCRNA’s Question of the Week page. The question of the week (QOTW) serves as an extension of the NBCRNA’s CPCA Practice and allows for CRNA’s to become familiar with question types and content while testing their knowledge. Each week a new question will be posted on Facebook and Twitter, with the answer(s) and rationale provided here. Be sure to follow NBCRNA on social media and never miss a question!
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Rationale: This procedure is done in lithotomy position. The most common nerve injury is the common peroneal nerve, which is associated with footdrop, the inability to dorsiflex or evert the foot. The obturator and femoral nerves are indicated by the upper leg, thigh, and knee movements, and the saphenous nerve is a branch of the femoral nerve.
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