Final Exam kin 125 - Which of the following is a sign/s or...

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Which of the following is a sign/s or resp. Distress 2)One of the prin. Aims of F/A care is to minimize… All of the above Further injury and complications Which of the following is the first of 4 steps in basic life support assessment Detremining unresponsiveness To est. Rapport with a victim and gain control of the sit. You need to use the three c’s. Which is not one of the three c’s control If you are alone and come upon an u/r infant or child, you should first Provide one min. of rescue support When assessing an eye injury, you should suspect signif. Damage if the victim: Loss v., double v,….Any of the above The major goal of a primary survey is to. . Check for life threat prob. To the airway, breathing or circulation The only time you should try to remove an impeled object from the cheek is… All of the above… (object is loose, threats airway, all the way through) Shortness of breath or diff. brthng is 2)In an emergency, you can use any of the following as dressings except for Toilet tissue Dyspenea Altitude related illness has been recorded at alt. as low as 2) All heatstroke victims have 6,000 feet. . average 8,000 Compromised levels of consciousness in high altitude pulmonary edema, the body ability to ________ is diminished take in oxygen The poorest prognosis for drowning victims is for those submerged in
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course KIN 125 taught by Professor Raymond during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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Final Exam kin 125 - Which of the following is a sign/s or...

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