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Three Basic Needs
Nausea, dizziness, headache, and fatigue are all symptoms of exposure to...
At what temperature does HYPOthermia occur?
95 degrees F
What is a comfortable humidity level for most people?
List 4 Physical Hazards present in homes.
- Bathroom hazards
Aquired by an injection of a small amount of weakened or dead organisms or modified toxins from an organism into the body.
Aquired when antibodies from other persons or animals are introduced into a persons blood stream.
Number one risk of death for infants.
Top 3 risks of death for school-aged children.
- Injury from strangers
- Sports injuries
- Bicyle-related injuries
Top 3 Risks of Death to Adolescence
- Driving accidents
- Drugs and unprotected sex
Top 4 Risks in Health Care Agencies
- Client-inherent accidents
- Procedure-related accidents
- Equipment-related accidents
This phase sometimes follows after a seizure during which the patient often has amnesia or confusion and then falls into a deep sleep.
In case of fire use this mnemonic..
- A-Activate Alarm
The emergency management plan addresses these four phases..
This phase includes the identification of possible emergency situations and their probable impact.
What is the causative agent in Anthrax?
How is anthrax transmitted?
- Skin contact
What is given to patients postexposure to Anthrax?
What is the causative agent for Botulism?
How is Botulism transmitted?
What is the causative agent to the Plague?
How is the Plague transmitted?
Antimicrobial agent given postexposure to the Plague is...
What is the causative agent of Smallpox?
How is Smallpox transmitted?
What do you do if you are exposed to Smallpox?
Take Smallpox vaccine postexposure
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