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College Emergency Medical Services
What was the purpose of the Wound Healing Method?
  1. Endothelial Binding Capacity.
  2. How much Vitality cells had.
  3. Invasiveness of the cells.
  4. See how many times Microbiota was talked about in MBHD.
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Which of the following is a primary goal of first aid?
  1. Providing comprehensive medical care
  2. Preventing the victim’s condition from getting worse
  3. Reassuring the victim and providing comfort
  4. Determining the cause of the victim’s illness or injury
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Regular pulse          60-100          bpm.
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For ACUTE ANGINA ATTACK: teach pt to stop activity, take med, and if pain not relieved, then what?
  1. take another dose.
  2. call 911 if pain not relieved.
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Normal BP           110-120           SBP/         70-80         DBP
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When responding to the scene of a motor vehicle collision, be sure to take all steps to size up the scene, including:
  1. parking behind the wreckage if you are the first on the scene to warn motorists from behind
  2. parking downwind and downhill to avoid fire or hazardous liquids.
  3. leaving all emergency revolving beacons, headlights, and flashers on for visibility.
  4. parking at least 50 feet away from the wreckage if there is no fire or escaping liquids.
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Why should you never massage or rub a frozen part of a patient's body?
  1. Reintroduction of circulation can cause severe shock
  2. The body part can easily be cracked or broken
  3. Microscopic ice crystals can cause serious tissue damage
  4. Blood vessels can constrict, decreasing blood flow to the affected area
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Your patient has a normal tidal volume of 500 mL, but now he is having a hard time breathing. His tidal volume is 250 mL and his respiratory rate is 12 breaths per minute. What is his minute volume?
  1. 6,000
  2. 4,000
  3. 5,000
  4. 3,000
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All blood products at CMH&C are leuko-reduced, irradiated and CMV safe.
  1. True
  2. False
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A part of the body associated with a specific spinal nerve is a:
  1. reflex complex
  2. dermatome.
  3. zoster simplex
  4. myelin sheath.
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The primary objective of the criminal justice basic recruit First Aid Instructor is to alert students to their responsibilities for?
  1. to their supervisors.
  2. safe and efficient response to an emergency medical situation.
  3. to prevent lawsuits.
  4. what can happen.
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During the initial triage of patients at a multiple-casualty incident (MCI), you come upon a patient who has no pulse and is not breathing. You should
  1. do two minutes of CPR, then move on
  2. assign another EMT to begin CPR
  3. move on to the next patient
  4. begin CPR and assign triage to another EMT
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FFP and cryoprecipitate are given for what indication:
  1. fibrinogen and factor deficiences
  2. low precipitate levels
  3. plasma deficiency
  4. low platelets
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Trauma patients can receive what type of blood
  1. crossmatched blood only
  2. O negative RBC's
  3. AB plasma
  4. uncrossedmatch O positive RBC's
  5. b and c
  6. a and b
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Full set of vital signs, respiratory and skin assessments must be completed at
  1. the beginning and end of transfusion
  2. every 15min for first hour then every 30min
  3. beginning, 15min, every hour, end and 1hr post
  4. beginning, 15min, every 30min and end
  5. beginning, 15min, every hour and end
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If a patient at anytime during a transfusion is having a fever, tachycardia or headache then it is a suspected reaction.
  1. True
  2. False
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CMH has a rapid infusion policy for blood products
  1. True
  2. False
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When administering FFP or cryoprecipitate, you must allow for the product to be
  1. heated up
  2. thawed
  3. irradiated
  4. saline washed
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If you are a single rescuer with an AED arriving at the scene of an unwitnessed arrest, you should
  1. perform one cycle of 30:2 CPR, and then apply the AED
  2. perform CPR for two minutes (5 cycles), and then apply the AED
  3. begin CPR and wait for a second rescuer before using the AED
  4. ventilate and apply the AED without starting CPR
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If you suspect a transfusion reaction, what temperature would signify this when monitoring your vital signs
  1. elevation of 2C
  2. 38.5 or higher
  3. elevation of 1C
  4. 37.9 or higher
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