National Registry Medic

Card Set Information

Author:
readyreg29
ID:
271809
Filename:
National Registry Medic
Updated:
2014-04-29 12:07:50
Tags:
National Registry Medic
Folders:

Description:
All Content
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user readyreg29 on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. The QT Interval on an ECG ends at the:
    1) End of the Q wave
    2) End of the T wave
    3) Peak of the T wave
    4) Start of the Q wave
    5) Start of the T wave
    End of the T wave
  2. What is the normal core body temperature in Celsius?
    1) 34°C
    2) 35°C
    3) 36°C
    4) 37°C
    5) 38°C
    37°C
  3. Heatstroke is defined as a body temperature of
    104 F (40 C) or higher
  4. The diastolic blood pressure indicates the pressure when the left ventricle contracts:
    True
    False
    False
  5. A child's EpiPen contains how much epinephrine?
    0.15 mg
  6. Using the rule-of-nines to determine the burn percentage, what percent is an adult's abdomen?
    9 percent
  7. The colored part of the eye that controls light levels inside the eye is called the:
    1) Iris
    2) Lens
    3) Retina
    1) Iris
  8. The voice box is really the:
    1) Epiglottis
    2) Larynx
    3) Oropharynx
    4) Pharynx
    5) Trachea
    Larynx
  9. Your patient has a heart rate of less than 50
    beats per minute. The ECG shows a variation between R waves of 3 small boxes.
    Is this rhythm:
    1) Regular
    2) Irregular
    1) Regular
  10. It is impossible to resuscitate somebody who has drowned.
    * True
    * False
    • * True
    • The term drown means "to die under water or other liquid of suffocation."
    • If you survive, it is referred to as a near drowning
  11. The beta cells of the pancreas produce:
    ACTH
    Anti-Diuretic Hormone (ADH)
    Insulin Hormone
    Testosterone Hormone
    Insulin Hormone
  12. How many cc's would you administer if you were ordered to give a normal saline IV bolus to a 22 pound patient?
    50cc
    100cc
    200cc
    400cc
    600cc
    200cc

    A bolus is typically calculated at 20 cc per kilogram of patient weight. This patient weighs 10 kg(22 pounds), so you would administer 200 cc.
  13. Which of these diseases is most commonly transmitted via the oral/fecal route?
    Hepatitis A
    Hepatitis B
    Hepatitis C
    Hepatitis D
    Hepatitis E
    Hepatitis A
  14. The light sensitive area of the eye where images are projected is called the:
    Adipose
    Conjunctiva
    Iris
    Lens
    Retina
    Retina
  15. During triage at an MCI, a cardiac arrest would be:
    Green
    Yellow
    Red
    Black
    Blue
    Black
  16. The prefix phlebo means?
    Artery
    Blood
    Circulation
    Vein
    Vessels
    Vein
  17. Phlebotomy refers to
    Drawing blood from a vein
  18. The manubrium is near the:
    Frontal Lobe
    Lower Sternum Notch
    Upper Jaw Bone
    Upper Sternum
    Upper Sternum
  19. In which of the following diabetic emergencies would you expect to find warm, red, dry skin:
    Hyperglycemia
    Hypoglycemia
    Hyperglycemia
  20. The immediate threat caused by an open wound is infection.
    True
    False
    False

    ** The immediate threat caused by an open wound is blood loss, not infection
  21. How many gtts/mL is a typical pediatric IV set (microdrip)?
    10 gtts
    15 gtts
    45 gtts
    60 gtts
    90 gtts
    60 gtts
  22. Contralateral means:
    Above midline
    Away from midline
    Opposite side of midline
    Same side of midline
    Toward the midline
    Opposite side of midline
  23. What is the adult dose for activated charcoal?
    50-100 g
  24. This heart valve is located where the blood leaves the right ventricle:
    Aortic valve
    Mitral (bicuspid) valve
    Pulmonary valve
    Tricuspid valve
    Zygomatic
    Pulmonary valve
  25. Is NS IV fluid isotonic?
    Yes
    No
    Yes

    • ** An isotonic solution has the same salt
    • concentration as the normal cells of the body and the blood. NS, or normal saline, is isotonic
  26. How long should you keep the needle of an EpiPen in the patient?
    10 Seconds
  27. What are the possible side effects of Lidocaine?
    • Drowsiness,
    • Confusion
    • Seizures
    • Bradycardia
    • Heart blocks
  28. What is the most common cause of an AED failure?
    Battery failure
  29. Defibrillation refers to an unsynchronized discharge of energy and is only recommended for what rhythms:
    • Ventricular Fibrillation (VF)
    • Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia
  30. What is the preferred treatment for ventricular fibrillation?
    Atropine
    CPR
    Defibrillation
    Synchronized Cardioversion
    Transcutaneous Pacing
    Defibrillation
  31. The term wheezing typically refers to which type of airway obstruction?
    Upper
    Lower
    Lower
  32. A device designed for use in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest, obstructs the esophagus while simultaneously ventilating the lungs
    Esophageal Obturator Airway

  33. This heart valve is located where the blood leaves the left ventricle:
    Aortic valve
    Mitral (bicuspid) valve
    Pulmonic valve
    Tricuspid valve
    Zygomatic
    Aortic valve
  34. Which vein carries oxygen-rich blood?
    Superior vena cava
    Left ventricle vein
    Left pulmonary vein
    Left pulmonary artery
    Left pulmonary vein
  35. Type I diabetics typically take insulin daily.
    True
    False
    True
  36. This heart valve is located between the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery:
    Aortic valve
    Mitral (bicuspid) valve
    Pulmonic valve
    Tricuspid valve
    Zygomatic
    Pulmonic valve
  37. Type II diabetics typically take insulin daily.
    True
    False
    False
  38. Is D5W isotonic?
    • Yes
    • ** An isotonic solution has the same salt
    • concentration as the normal cells of the body and the blood.
  39. The transparent disk inside the eye that focuses the light is called the:
    Conjunctiva
    Cornea
    Iris
    Lens
    Retina
    Lens
  40. The team Plantarflex means to:
    Point toes downward
  41. What percent oxygen does a patient receive from rescue breathing without supplemental oxygen?
    16 Percent
  42. The small bone in the forearm is the:
    Radius
    Radial
    Ulna
    Ulna
  43. Where is the cephalic vein located?
    (also known as the)
    • Arm
    • (antecubital vein)
  44. A child with projectile vomitting, a stiff neck, and a fever causes you to suspect:
    Croup
    Dendritis
    Epiglottis
    Meningitis
    Rheumatic fever
    Meningitis
  45. The lateral bone in the lower-leg is the:
    Fibula
    Radius
    Radial
    Tibia
    Ulna
    Fibula
  46. Which of these are caused by a virus?
    Hepatitis B
    Syphilis
    Tetanus
    Tuberculosis
    Hepatitis B

    **Hepatitis B is caused by a virus. The others are bacterial.
  47. The buildup of fatty deposits inside of arteries is called arteriosclerosis.
    True
    False
    False

    • * Atherosclerosis - buildup of fatty deposits
    • * Arteriosclerosis - buildup of calcium deposits
  48. The peripheral nerves are a part of the central nervous system.
    True
    False
    False

    ** The central nervous system is comprised of the brain and spinal cord
  49. Zygomas are:
    Cheek bones
  50. The liver is located in the?
    LLQ
    LUQ
    RLQ
    RUQ
    RUQ
  51. Organisms that cause diseases are called:
    Antibodies
    Inflamogens
    Pathogens
    Neurogens
    Toxins
    Pathogens
  52. Using the rule-of-nines to determine the burn
    percentage, what percent is an infant's back?
    18 percent
  53. The right ventricle pumps blood through the
    Pulmonary arteries to the lungs
  54. How many thoracic vertebrae are in the spine?
    • 12
    •  ** There are 12 ribs on each side, and each rib is connected to a thoracic vertebrae.
  55. The peripheral nerves are a part of the central nervous system.
    True
    False
    • False
    • ** The peripheral nerves are included in the
    • nervous system
  56. Dorsal refers to
    Back
  57. Shocking news can lead to:
    Anaphylactic Shock
    Cardiogenic Shock
    Hypovolemic Shock
    Neurogenic Shock
    Psychogenic Shock
    Psychogenic Shock

    ** A more accurate term for the body's response to "shocking" news is acute stress response (ASR)
  58. What is the total number of lobes on both lungs?
    • 5
    • ** The right lung has three lobes and the left lung has two lobes. There are fewer lobes on the left lung to make room for the heart 
  59. Using the rule-of-nines what are the burn percentages for infants:
    • Head (18%)
    • Anterior torso (18%)
    • Posterior torso (18%)
    • Each leg (14%)
    • Each arm (9%)
    • Some protocols specify the genitals/perineum as 1%, which adds up to 101%.
  60. How many bones are there in each foot?
    26
  61. Vagal maneuvers:
    Slow conduction through the AV node
    Slow conduction through the SA node
    Speed conduction through the AV node
    Speed conduction through the SA node
    Slow conduction through the AV node
  62. The smaller bone in the lower leg is the:
    Fanochia
    Fibia
    Fibula
    Tibia
    Tibula
    Fibula
  63. Where would you find the peritoneum:
    The Abdomen
  64. The sagittal plane
    1) Divides anterior from posterior
    2) Divides medial from lateral
    3) Divides superior from inferior
    4) Is above midline
    5) Is below midline
    2) Divides medial from lateral

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview