BOOK4-CH1Traumaandtraumasystems

BOOK4-CH1Traumaandtraumasystems - Volume 4 Chapter 1 Trauma...

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1. Which level of trauma facility stabilizes and prepares to transport trauma pt’s to a higher level facility but does NOT necessarily have surgical capabilities? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 2. A trauma center that is committed to special emergency department training and has a dregree of surgical capability but that usually stabilizes and transfers seriously injured pt’s in a level ___ trauma center a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 3. Which of the following accounts for the highest number of trauma deaths? a. MVC’s b. Firearms injury c. Falls d. Assault 4. Which of the following is NOT an example of trauma a. An abrasion to the knee b. A stab wound to the abdomen c. Chest pain d. Cerebral contusion 5. Which of the following means “the anticipation of injury to a body region or organ”? a. Newton’s first law of motion b. Index of injury c. Index of suspicion d. MOI 6. Which of the following is NOT true of trauma triage criteria? a. Comparing pt’s injuries with their mechanisms has been proven to be essential to decision making surrounding trauma triage criteria. b. When pts meet trauma triage criteria, you should transport them to the closest basic emergency facility for stabilization c. Trauma triage criteria is geared to help you formulate an index of suspicion when making decisions about your trauma pt d. Trauma triage are guidelines to help you determine whether your pt needs transport to a trauma center.
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7. A trauma system is based on the principle that serious trauma is a ______ disease. a. Medical b. Psychological c. Trauma d. Surgical 8. Which of the following is more relevant to the assessment of a trauma pt that to the assessment of a medical pt? a.
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BOOK4-CH1Traumaandtraumasystems - Volume 4 Chapter 1 Trauma...

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