kettering emergency

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  1. one person / unwitnessed CPR
    • determine unresponsiveness
    • call for help
    • establist airway
    • check for breathing
    • give two breaths
    • check for pulse
    • NO PULSE? CPR
  2. preferred method of establishing airway during CPR
    head/chin lift
  3. contraindications of head/chin lift
    fractured neck, suspension of neck fracture = trauma
  4. allows for establishing patent airway in pts with suspected neck fracture
    jaw thrust or modified jaw thrust
  5. complication of ventilation of CPR
    gastric distention
  6. complications of external cardiac compressions of CPR
    rib fractures (do not stop cpr)
  7. which pulse is the best method to check effectiveness of CPR
    coratid
  8. you cannot remove a cervical collar on during resuscitation, check ___ pulse instead
    femoral
  9. adult compression ratio
    30:2
  10. child anfant compression ratio
    15:2
  11. newborn/neonate compression rate
    3:1
  12. mild airway obstruction treatment
    encouragement
  13. severeeeeee airway obstruction
    take action
  14. most common cause of upper airways obstruction
    tongue/soft tissue obstruction = head trauma, unconcious, postop surgery, drug overdose, pt is not alert
  15. how many back blows and chest thrust should you give to treating severe airway obstruction on a infant
    • 5
    • 5
  16. treating pt who is responsive with severe obstruction, perform
    abdominal thrust (heimlich maneuver)
  17. if pt is obese or a woman in the advanced stage of pregnancy, perform ____ thrusts instead of abdominal thrust
    chest
  18. if pt becomes UNRESPONSIVE during treatment of severe airways obstruction, what 3 steps should u do
    • open airway, remove any visible objects
    • begin cpr
    • call 911
  19. call 911 after ___ cycles of CPR
    5
  20. hypotension tx
    • fluid challenge
    • dopamine
    • dobutamine
  21. bradycardia tx
    • atropine
    • epi
    • external pacemaker
  22. pvc tx
    o2 w/ lidocaine
  23. pulseless vtach
    defib at 360
  24. if defib is unsuccessful, start
    • cpr
    • epi
  25. make sure synchoronizing is ___ when doing cardiovert
    on
  26. being cardiovert with ___ joules
    50-100
  27. cardiovertion is used only for which non-lethal dysrhythmias
    • a-fib
    • a-flutter
    • v-tach w/ PULSE
  28. what should you give prior to cardioversion?
    midazolam/versed
  29. defibrillation is used when emergency ___ cardiac dysrhythimias are present
    lethal
  30. defib is used only for which lethal dysrhythmias
    • pulseless v-tach
    • v-fib
  31. make sure synchoronizing is ___ when doing defib
    off
  32. being defib at ____ joules
    360
  33. computerized device that is attached to a pulseless victim with adhesive pads
    Automated external defib AED
  34. use AED only when a victim has these clinical findings
    • no resp
    • no breathing
    • no pulse
  35. if resuscitation bag fills rapidly and collapses easily on MINIMAL PRESSURE then should check the
    inlet valve
  36. if resuscitation bag becomes difficult to compress and pt compliance is normal, then the pt valve may be
    stuck open or closed
  37. trachea deviated to oppisite side, hyperresonant percussion note and decreased breath sounds on the affected side
    pneumothorax- recommend chest tube
  38. trachea deviated to opposite side, dull percussion note and decreased breath sounds on the affected side
    hemothorax- recommend chest tube
  39. cannot pass suction catheter, decreased b/s.
    ett obstruction
  40. trache deviated to the left, hyperresonant percussion note on the right, dull percussion on the left. increaseddddddd chest movement on the rightttttttt, decreased on the leftttttt
    right mainstem intubation
  41. 0-80 miles transport
    ambulance
  42. 80-150 miles transport=
    helicopter
  43. >150 transport=
    fixed wing aircraft (airplane)

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