Multiple Choice Your patient has splashed dry cleaning fluid into his eyes What

Multiple choice your patient has splashed dry

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Question # 30 (Multiple Choice) Your patient has splashed dry cleaning fluid into his eyes. What treatment should you provide first
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A) Irrigate eyes with clean waterB) Cover eyes with sterile gauzeC) Dilute ammonia with vinegar and waterD) Irrigate eyes with a weak acid solutionQuestion # 31 (Multiple Choice) A 6 year old female has splashed liquid ammonia into her eyes. Irrigation of her eyes should be continued for how many minutes Question # 32 (Multiple Choice) According to friends, a 17 year old male patient has attempted suicide by ingesting sleeping pills and alcohol. His respiration's are 9. You should first Question # 33 (Multiple Choice) Which of the following is a trade name for activated charcoal Question # 34 (Multiple Choice) What is the recommended dose of activated charcoal for a 5-year-old child A) 50 gramsB) 1 gram activated charcoal/kg of body weightC) 12.5 grams activated charcoal/kg of body weightD) 100 gramsQuestion # 35 (Multiple Choice) A 20-year-old patient appears dazed and seems to have lost contact with reality. The mucous membranes of his nose and mouth are swollen. He complains of a "funny numb feeling" inside his head. This patient is exhibiting signs and symptoms of drug abuse, most likely from
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Question # 36 (Multiple Choice) With the pediatric asthma patient which is considered the most critical sign/symptom Question # 37 (Multiple Choice) The most common form of shock in the pediatric patient is Question # 38 (Multiple Choice) A common symptom of croup is A) vomitingB) nauseaC) barking coughD) droolingQuestion # 39 (Multiple Choice) Common symptoms of epiglottitis include all of the following EXCEPT Question # 40 (Multiple Choice) Your 3 year old patient is in shock and continues to display persistent bradycardia and cyanosis despite aggressive oxygenation efforts. You should next treat this with oxygenation in the pediatric patient may be treated with
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  • Fall '14
  • head injury, pulse, Cervical vertebrae, sleeping pills

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