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Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) Which of the following is used to quickly record patient vital information in mass casualty incidents? A) A piece of 2 - inch tape on the patient ʹ s forehead B) Triage tags C) MCI narratives D) Prehospital care reports 1) 2) Patient and bystander quotes belong in the ________ section. A) quotation B) subjective narrative C) assessment/management plan D) objective narrative 2) 3) The standard charting abbreviation for nitroglycerin is: 3) 4) Which of the following situations poses an even greater risk of liability to the paramedic than patient refusal of care? 4) 5) When using a prehospital care report for research or quality assurance, you should block out the: 5) 6) The unofficial language used by a particular group or profession is known as ________ and can be confusing when included on a PCR. A) semantics B) slang C) terminology D) jargon 6) 7) Which of the following best describes why abbreviations and acronyms can cause confusion and problems? 7) 8) The narrative approach that focuses only on the areas involved in the current illness or injury is the ________ approach. 8) 1
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9) What is the patient ʹ s heart rate in the following narrative? The pt. complained of CP x 2 days before calling EMS and is now also c/o SOB. Vitals BP 90/50, labored with retractions. Treated with O2 and atropine. Upon arrival, the pt. reported feeling better. 9)
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