# EMT-B

 The flashcards below were created by user zantoz on FreezingBlue Flashcards. Leading cause of death and disability among Children and adults in the U.S? Injuries Define work? Work is defined as force acting over distance Define kinetic energy The energy of a moving object Potential energy Is the product of mass force of gravity, and height and is mostly associated wit the energy of falling objects Newtons first law? Objects at rest tend to stay at rest and objects in motion tend to stay in motion unless acted on by some force Newtons second law? Force (F) equals mass (M) times acceleration (A), that is F=MA What are the 4 types of Crashes? Frontal, lateral, rear-end and rollover what are the 3 events that occur during collisions? 1. The collision of the car against another car, a tree, or some other object-2. The collision of the passenger against the interior of the car-3. The collision of the passenger's internal organs against the solid structure of the body Rear-end collisions cause what type of injuries? Whiplash - Cervical spine - Brain, injuries. What is the #1 death associated to motor vehicle crashes Lateral impacts (T-bones) A fall from more then what height is considered significant? 15' or 3x the pt's height What are the factors to consider when dealing with a fall? 1.The height of the fall2.The surface struck3.The part of the body that hit first, followed by the path of energy displacement Bullets cause damage with what function? Speed Whats the difference between blunt trauma and penetrating trauma? Blunt trauma doesnt break the skin Penetrating trauma punctures the skin Blunt trauma is the #1 largest cause of death Penetrating is #2 Traumatic injuries occur when? When body tissues are exposed to energy beyond there tolerance. Authorzantoz ID10967 Card SetEMT-B DescriptionQuiz Updated2010-03-17T19:59:10Z Show Answers