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B. 500 psi.C. 1,000 psi.D. 1,500 psi.Ans: BQuestion Type: General KnowledgePage: 23850. Which of the following oxygen flowmeters is NOT affected by gravity and can be used in any position when attached to an oxygen cylinder?51. When administering supplemental oxygen to a patient over a prolonged period of time, you should:14
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421119a784a3ea77809a8f69d05de28f3aa4936d.rtf52. Which of the following statements regarding oxygen is correct?53. A patient who is suspected of being hypoxic and is breathing adequately should be given supplemental oxygen with a:A. nasal cannula.B. nonrebreathing mask.C. bag-valve mask device.D. pocket facemask device.Ans: BQuestion Type: General KnowledgePage: 24054. Prior to applying a nonrebreathing mask on a patient, you must ensure that the:55. At a flow rate of 6 liters per minute (L/min), a nasal cannula can deliver an approximate oxygen concentration of ___%.15
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421119a784a3ea77809a8f69d05de28f3aa4936d.rtf56. The nasal cannula is MOST appropriately used in the prehospital setting:57. With a good mask-to-face seal and an oxygen flow rate of 15 L/min, the nonrebreathing mask is capable of delivering up to ____% oxygen.A. 70B. 80C. 90D. 100Ans: CQuestion Type: General KnowledgePage: 24058. As the single EMT-B managing an apneic patient’s airway, the preferred initial method of providing ventilations is the:
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