NREMT

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NREMT
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2010-05-26 15:31:28
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  1. You are sent to a possible motor vehicle crash at a busy intersection, it appears that the driver of the minivan took the up and over pathway. You should suspect that he will have sustained injuries to the?

    a. Chest
    b. Lungs and heart
    c. Head and neck
    d. all of the above
    All of the above
  2. Why are children more prone to hypothermia?
    Their body surface is larger in proportion to thier mass
  3. The elderly can suffer life Threatening problems from the heat because they?
    • Have reduce circulation
    • Cannot efficiently regulate thier body temp
    • Have a slower metabolic rate
  4. Normal breathing rate for a healthy child?
    15 - 30 b/m
  5. Which of the following is responsible for transporting oxygen to the tissues:

    A. Hematocrit transport system
    B. Alveolar-capillary membrane
    C. Oxyglobin
    D. Hemoglobin molecules on the red blood cells
    D. Hemoglobin molecules on the red blood cells
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Room air contains ___% oxygen.
    21%
  7. Gurgling sounds indicates?
    Fluid in the upper airway
  8. Using a pocket face mask with supplemental oxygen delivers ___% oxygen?
    50%
  9. When opening the airway on an infant, the head position should be:

    A. slightly flexed
    B. neutral
    C. hyper extended
    D. neutral or slightly extended
    D. neutral or slightly extended
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Your pt is a 5yr old female who was assaulted by a local gang and now lies prone on the ground. she has blood around her mouth and gurgling as she breathes at a rate of 20 per min. After securing her onto her back you assess her resp effot and find she is breathing normally at a rate of 18 per min, is still unresponsive without a gag reflex. but is taking full, deep breaths with good clr bilateral lung sounds. your cont managment includes?

    a. inserting an OPA
    b. Admin O2 Via nonrebreath
    c. reassessing the need for oropharyngeal suction
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  11. Which of the following is true regarding suctioning?

    A. place the pt on his side during suctioning
    B. it should be limited to 30 sec
    C. apply suction during insertion and during removal
    d. all of the above
    A. place the pt on his side during suctioning
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. A single rescuer. when performing a bvm ventilation must?

    a. provide a tight seal around the pts mouth and nose
    b. squeeze the bag sufficiently to deliver at least 800ml ventilation
    c. maintain an open airway by proper positioning of the head and neck
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  13. The voice box is located in the
    larynx
  14. The non-rebreather mask delivers oxygen concentrations in the range of ?

    A. 60%-80%
    B. 80%-90%
    C. 20%-40%
    D. 40%-60%
    B. 80%-90%
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. In maintaining C-spine Stabiliation in a trauma pt you should:

    A. maintain gentile traction on the head
    B. maintain the neck in the in line, neutral position
    C. let go after applying the c-collar
    D. hold the neck and the lower jaw of the pt
    B. maintain the neck in the in line, neutral position
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. Retractions, neck muscle use, and exaggerated abdominal muscle movement all indicate?
    Severe ventilation problems
  17. A bulging fontanelle may indicate?
    meningitis
  18. Which of the following pts may suffer harmful side effects if exposed to high concentrations of oxygen for an extended period of time?

    a. a premature infant
    b. all of the above
    c. a pt with "hypoxic drive"
    d. a pt with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
    b. all of the above

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