Select one: A. shining a light on your face when you are in a darkened environment. B. elevating the tone of your voice and exaggerating word pronunciation. C. placing yourself in a position to ensure that the patient can see your lips. D. providing pen and paper if the patient prefers to write his or her response. Chapter 4, page 123, Therapeutic Communication The correct answer is: elevating the tone of your voice and exaggerating word pronunciation. As you are wheeling your patient through the emergency department doors, you receive another call for a major motor vehicle crash. You should: Select one: A. place the patient in a high-visibility area and then respond to the call. B. inform the admissions clerk of the situation and then respond at once. C. leave a copy of the run form with a nurse and then respond to the call. D. respond only after giving a verbal patient report to a nurse or physician. The correct answer is: respond only after giving a verbal patient report to a nurse or physician. Quid pro quo, a type of sexual harassment, occurs when the harasser: Select one: A. requests sexual favors in exchange for something else. B. touches another person without his or her consent. C. stares at certain parts of another person's anatomy. D. makes rude remarks about a person's body parts. Chapter 2, page 75, Workplace Issues The correct answer is: requests sexual favors in exchange for something else. Which of the following statements regarding anaerobic metabolism is correct? Select one: A. Anaerobic metabolism can be supported in most of the body's cells for up to 10 minutes. B. Anaerobic metabolism produces lactic acid and occurs when cellular oxygen is limited. C. The body functions optimally and produces maximum ATP during anaerobic metabolism. D. Without anaerobic metabolism, perfusion to the body would suffer and cellular death would occur. The correct answer is: Anaerobic metabolism produces lactic acid and occurs when cellular oxygen is limited. You are caring for a driver who struck a light pole. She admits to drinking alcohol but orders you not to tell anyone. You should report the information to __________. Select one: A. the receiving nurse or doctor B. law enforcement personnel C. the state motor vehicle department D. your medical director The correct answer is: the receiving nurse or doctor The firm cartilaginous ring that forms the inferior portion of the larynx is called the: Select one: A. costal cartilage. B. cricoid cartilage. C. thyroid cartilage. D. laryngo cartilage. The correct answer is: cricoid cartilage. The criteria to be licensed and employed as an EMT include: Select one: A. demonstration of the ability to lift and carry at least 200 pounds. B. proof of immunization against certain communicable diseases.
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