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1) Radiation burns, which cause delayed, irreversible changes of the skin,can be caused by high doses of what form of ionizing radiation?NeutronsBetaPhotonAlpha
2) What is the role of the liaison officer within the Hospital IncidentCommand System (HICS)?
3) What type of care is a stress management component that fosters amourning process and helps treat psychological stress reactions?
4) What type of biological toxin is predominantly derived from the bean ofthe castor plant?
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BotulinumNeurotoxinStaphylococcalEnterotoxin B5) Which of the following bacterial diseases is contagious person toperson?PneumonicplagueQfeverBrucellosisAnthrax
6) __________ occurs outside of the incident area when people come in contactwith a contaminated person or object.
7) What blood test is available that will give an accurate estimate ofradiation dose?
8) What is the purpose of a secondarydevice?
deviceInjure or kill firstrespondersDisperse contamination over a greaterarea9) How do nerve agents produce effects in thebody?They inhibit cell aerobic metabolism causingdeathThey react to water in the body to forman acidThey inhibit the enzyme Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) allowingAcetylcholine (ACh) to accumulateThey effect receptor cells in the brain causingseizures
10) Which phase of CBRN response synchronizes planning and executionefforts with the efforts of the supported civil authorities?
11) An explosion victim was admitted to your facility approximately 4 hoursago with chest pain, normal oxygenation and radial pulse. His conditioncontinues to worsen with symptoms that include labored, rapid breathing,low blood pressure, and semi-consciousness. What emergency treatmentwould be appropriate? [Remediation Accessed :N]

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National Incident Management System, Nerve agent
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