KIN125cheatsheet - Lateral recumbent position with expected spine injury put in HANES Wound with smooth/rough edges with varying depths Laceration

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Lateral recumbent position with expected spine injury put in- HANES Wound with smooth/rough edges with varying depths- Laceration Pink Puffers- victim with emphysema Blue Bloaters- Chronic Bronchitis Blue Color- Cyanosis, lack of oxygen Seizure during pregnancy sign of- Eclampsia Universal Dressing- 9X36 thick absorbent material Children worse off than adult with- heat/cold injuries, head injuries, dehydration Culles- extension Smiths- inflection Burned skin, moist with blisters- partial thickness burn Time cells can go without oxygen without irreversible damage- 10 minutes Adults rarely have seizures caused by- fever When using sheet drag, fold sheet up to use as- harness Diver holds breath- air embolism Not blood born pathogen- candoiasis With Unresponsive Victim- Care first (for 2 minutes) With Conscious Choking Adult- 5 back blows and 5 abdominal thrusts Caused by bacterial infection- epiglottis Acute Abdominal injury, look for- shock
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course KIN 125 taught by Professor Raymond during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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KIN125cheatsheet - Lateral recumbent position with expected spine injury put in HANES Wound with smooth/rough edges with varying depths Laceration

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