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Question # 19 (Multiple Choice) Your patient is a 52-year-old unconscious female patient who was the driver in a vehicle struck by a milk delivery truck. She has an open head wound, and bruising to the chest and abdomen. Respiration's are 28 per minute, pulse is 140 per minute. Her skin is cool and clammy. Your choice for extricating this patient is A) full immobilization with a short spine boardB) full immobilization with a KEDC) rapid extricationD) long board onlyQuestion # 20 (Multiple Choice) When log-rolling a patient onto a long spine board, the EMT-B in charge of the move is the person at the
Question # 21 (Multiple Choice) Bone fragments, blood clots, vomit or broken teeth are all potential Question # 22 (Multiple Choice) You should open the airway of a trauma patient by using the Question # 23 (Multiple Choice) The brain is protected by the A) mandibleB) craniumC) cerebrumD) calcaneousQuestion # 24 (Multiple Choice) You are caring for a 36-year-old, conscious, male patient involved in an altercation in a bar. His face was beaten with a pipe and he has an open soft tissue injury to the left side of his face. It would be save to assume from this injury that the patient also has a Question # 25 (Multiple Choice) Tenderness anywhere along the vertebrae may indicate a possible
Question # 26 (Multiple Choice) The definition of absorbed poisons is those that are Question # 27 (Multiple Choice) In caring for the patient suffering a severe allergic reaction, you must obtain permission from medical direction to A) administer oxygen by nonrebreather maskB) provide artificial respirations, if neededC) help the patient administer his epinephrine auto-injectorD) transport the patient to the hospitalQuestion # 28 (Multiple Choice) Your patient is a conscious 2-year-old male. He has ingested a small quantity of bleach. You may see which of the following signs