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mod 203 test 4
What 2 terms are used to describe a heart attack?
Coronary Occlusion, Myocardial Infarction
Which part of the eye is comparable to a cameral lens?
What is the technical term for blind spot?
This structure contains tiny limestones that aid in equalibrium
Another term for Fainting
This structure lines/covers the outer structure of the eye (mucosal lining)
What 2 structures are connected by the eustachian tube?
Throat and Middle Ear
What is insulin shock
Hypoglycemia; too much insulin; decrease in sugar
What is the Rule of Nines?
Measures % of body burned
When giving mouth-to-mouth, you are placed at the patients?
Head, on the side
Describe primary steps to giving CRP to children
Perform 5 cycles first, then summon help/active EMS
Involuntary muscle contractions are a result of?
Blockage of the coronary artery?
Increase of blood sugar in a diabetic
When do you start compressions on a patient?
When there is no pulse
Difficulty swallowing, slurred speech are a result of?
Cervical spine injuries result from?
Falls, Vehicle Accidents, Sports, Diving
Overuse of a muscle?
How is insulin shock treated?
Give glucose/sugar immediately
A sunburn is a chemical burn
False, it is a thermal burn
Most common cause of an obstructed airway?
Can an individual die from shock?
The type of burn that results from a live power line?
Artificial respiration must be given to a drowning victim immediately?
Who should be verse in CPR/Emergency care in the medical office?
The entire staff
Bee stings can result in?
Allergic Reaction/Anaphylactic Shock
Aspirin or Nitroglycerin can be given to a patient with suspected myocardial infarction?
Immediate action given to a stroke patient can help restore function?
A fracture that includes a break through the skin
Injuries to ligaments
Pressure on the optic nerve
Pinkeye; Highly contagious
Inability of the lens to accommodate for near vision; natural age related farsightedness
Tearing/cutting of skin tissue
Scraping of the epidermis
Wound with a pointed object; bite
May cause death
Requires immediate attention; stat