EMT-B TEST 2

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EMT-B TEST 2
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  1. WHAT ARE THE COMPONETS OF THE PATIENT REPORT?
    • HOSPITAL AND ETA
    • PATIENT AGE AND GENDER
    • CHIEF COMPLAINT
    • HISTORY OF CURRENT PROBLEM
    • PHYSICAL FINDINGS
    • SUMMARY OF CARE GIVEN
    • PATIENT RESPONSE
  2. WHAT ARE THE COMPONETS OF ORAL REPORT?
    • NAME
    • CHIEF COMPLAINT
    • NOI/MOI
    • SUMMARY OF RADIO REPORT
    • ANY IMPORTANT HISTORY NOT GIVEN EARLIER
    • PATIENT RESPONSE TO TREATMENT
  3. WHAT IS THE S IN S.O.A.P.
    • SUBJECTIVE
    • AGE
    • SEX
    • OPQRST
    • SAMPLE HISTORY
    • ANYTHING YOU WERE TOLD BY PATIENT AND BYSTANDARS
  4. WHAT IS THE O IN S.O.A.P.
    • OBJECTIVE
    • POSITION OF PATIENT UPON ARRIVAL
    • INITIAL, FOCUSED AND DETAILED ASSESMENT
    • OBVIOUS TRAUMA
    • VITALS/PMS
  5. WHAT IS THE A IN S.O.A.P.
    • ASSESMENT
    • YOUR VIEWS OF WHAT COULD POSSIBLY BE WRONG
  6. WHAT IS THE P IN S.O.A.P.
    • PROCEDURE
    • ALL STEPS INVOLVED IN PATIENT TREATMENT
  7. WHAT ARE THE 2 TYPES OF OXYGEN FLOW METERS?
    • PRESSURE COMPENSATED
    • BOURDON GAGUE
  8. HOW MUCH O2 DOES A BVM GIVE?
    • 98-100%
    • 15LPM
  9. HOW MUCH O2 DOES A NONREBREATHER GIVE?
    • 90%
    • 12-15LPM
  10. HOW MUCH O2 DOES A SIMPLE FACE MASK GIVE?
    • 65%
    • 6-10LPM
  11. HOW MUCH O2 DOES A NASAL CANNULA GIVE?
    • 22-44%
    • 1-6LPM
  12. WHAT ARE SOME SPECIAL SITUATIONS MEDICAL CONTROL SHOULD BE ADVISED OF?
    • HAZMAT
    • CHILDREN
    • LANGUAGE BARRIER
    • COMBATIVE PATIENT
  13. MOBILE RADIO
    • IN THE TRUCK
    • 10-15 MILE
  14. PORTABLE RADIO
    • WORN ON BELT
    • 1-5 WATTS
    • LEAST POWERFULL
  15. BASE STATION
    • STATIONARY RADIO
    • MOST POWERFULL
  16. WHAT ARE THE 2 WAYS TO INTUBATE?
    • NASAL
    • ORAL
  17. WHAT IS RIGHT MAIN STEM INTUBATION?
    • ET TUBE TOO FAR IN
    • ENTERS THE RIGHT BRONCHI STEM
  18. WHAT IS AN ETI?
    A TUBE IN THE TRACHEA?
  19. WHAT IS A GASTRIC TUBE?
    • DIRECT CHANNEL TO STOMACH
    • NASAL
    • ORAL
  20. HOW DO YOU GIVE O2 TO SOMEONE WITH A STOMA?
    • BVM ATTACHED DIRECTLY TO STOMA
    • INFANT MASK OVER STOMA
  21. WHAT IS THE SELLICK MANEUVER?
    PRESSURE ON THE CRICOID TO CLOSE OFF THE ESOPHOGUS
  22. WHAT IS A HARD TIP FOR SUCTIONING?
    • ALSO CALLED YOUNKERS TIP
    • USED ORALY
    • NO MORE THAN 15 SECONDS
    • SUCK ON WAY OUT
  23. WHAT IS SOFT TIP FOR SUCTIONING?
    • ALSO CALLED WHISTLE TIP
    • USED NASALY
    • USED ON CHILDREN
  24. WHAT IS HYPOXIA?
    • BODY NOT GETTING ENOUGH O2
    • CAUSES CO2 LEVELS TO GO UP
    • CAUSEC PH LEVELS TO GO DOWN
  25. WHAT IS THE PRIMARY STIMULANT TO BREATH?
    RELEASING CO2
  26. HOW DOES BREATHING IN CPR WORK?
    GIVES 16% O2
  27. WHAT IS DEAD SPACE?
    • AMOUNT OF AIR THAT DOESNT MAKE IT TO THE ALVEOLI
    • 150ML
  28. WHAT DOES THE DIAPHRAM DO ON EXHALATION?
    RELAX
  29. WHAT DOES THE DIAPHRAM DO ON INHALATION?
    CONTRACT
  30. WHAT STRUCTURE DIVIDES THE UPPER AND LOWER AIRWAY?
    EPIGLOTTIS
  31. WHAT IS PHARMACOLOGY?
    STUDY OF DRUGS
  32. WHAT IS A DOSE?
    • AMMOUNT YOU GIVE
    • REQUIRES A UNIT OF MEASURE
  33. WHAT IS AN ACTION?
    WHAT THE DRUG DOES TO THE BODY
  34. WHAT IS AN INDICATION?
    WHY WE GIVE THE DRUG
  35. WHAT IS A CONTRAINDICATION?
    WHY WE WOULD'NT GIVE THE DRUG
  36. WHAT IS A SIDE EFFECT?
    SECONDARY ACTIONS THE DRUG CAUSES
  37. WHAT IS ABSORBTION?
    DRUG ABSORBS INTO THE BODY
  38. WHAT IS IV?
    INTRAVENOUS
  39. WJAT IS PO?
    BY MOUTH
  40. WHAT IS SL?
    SUBLINGUAL
  41. WHAT IS IM?
    • INNERMUSCULAR
    • IN THE MUSCLE
  42. WHAT IS IO?
    IN THE BONE
  43. WHAT IS SC OR SQ?
    • SUBCUTANIOUS
    • UNDER THE SKIN ABOVE THE MUSCLE
  44. WHAT IS INHALATION?
    BREATHING IN THE DRUG
  45. WHAT IS SOLUTION/SUSPENSION?
    • SOLUTION DISOLVES IN FLUID
    • SUSPENSION FLOATS IN FLUID MUST BE SHOOK TO DISPERSE IN FLUID
  46. WHAT IS AN MDI?
    METER DOSE INHALER
  47. WHAT ARE THE PATIENTS 5 RIGHTS?
    • RIGHT DOSE
    • RIGHT ROUTE
    • RIGHT PATIENT
    • RIGHT TIME
    • RIGHT DRUG

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