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Medical Emergencies Medical Emergencies First RounDouble Je Final Rou Format by Don Wollenbecker Edited by Regina T. Shumaker EMT-P/EMS-I
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Toxicology Toxicology Endocrinology Endocrinology Neurology Neurology Allergies  Allergies  Anaphylaxis Anaphylaxis Urology Urology 100 200 300 400 500 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500
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Toxicology $100 Toxicology $100 This is the treatment of choice for all  most all chemical injuries. What is   Copious Irrigation with  Water?
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Toxicology $200 Toxicology $200 Your patient’s pupils are 2mm wide,  round, and relative to light. This is a  sign of this. What is  An Opiate Overdose?
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Toxicology $300 Toxicology $300 Administration of this drug in Carbon  Monoxide poisoning will reduce the half  life of of carbon monoxide . What is   Oxygen?
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Toxicology $400 Toxicology $400 Administration of analgesics will  increase the venom toxicity of this. What is a    Scorpion Sting?
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Toxicology $500 Toxicology $500 Surface exposure of this agent requires  the immediate application of an oil  agent. What is  Sodium Metal?
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Endocrinology $100 Endocrinology $100 This hormone is produced in the  pancreas and stimulate an increase in  blood sugar. What is   Glucagon?
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Endocrinology $200 Endocrinology $200 This disease is caused by a  hypersecretion of glucocorticoids by the  adrenal glands. What is   Cushing’s Disease?
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Endocrinology $300 Endocrinology $300 This is the definition of of the  breakdown of glucose stores in the liver. What is   Glycogenolysis?
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Endocrinology $400 Endocrinology $400 Hypersecretion of insulin would likely  produce this. What is  Hypoglycemia?
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This is the medical term for  abnormally large fluid intake. What is   Polydipsia? What is your wager? What is your wager?
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Neurology $100 Neurology $100 Elevated PCO2 levels will cause this to  happen to the blood vessels of the  brain. What is   Vasodilation?
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Neurology $200 This is the best indicator of perfusion to  the brain. What is
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2010 for the course EMS 432 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '10 term at NMT.

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