What is a GIS?
It is a computer based system that inputs, manipulates, and outputs geographic data
What does land information systems pertain?
Land ownership and natural resources that are a subset of GIS
What are the building blocks of GIS?
What is the earliest database management system?
Automatic data processing
What is the most basic management function?
A single entity that composes part of a landscape is referred to as a _
True of False - - Most GIS's contain a langua
four progressive phases of coordinated continuum of care
1. recognize that there is an emergency, someone initiates ems system, and dispatch provides
care until ems is on scene
2. patient assessment, intial prehospital care, proper packaging, safe transpo
pt. stands facing you with arms at his/her side and palms of the hand forward.
think: davinci man
front surface of the body
back surface of the body
imaginary line splitting body into left and right sides, dr
harsh, high pitched crowing sound,
ex) partially obstructed airway(causedd by swelling or object)
Stridor is an abnormal, high-pitched, musical breathing sound caused by a blockage in the throat
or voice box (larynx). It is usually heard when taki
Define a disaster (on quiz)
An event in which a community undergoes severe danger, and incurs or is threatened with losses
to persons or property such that the available resources are severely taxed
Catastrophe (on quiz)
- Event in which society incurs or
Signs and symptoms
Pertinent past history(surgeries, medical, trauma, falls, recent illness)
Last oral intake
Events leading up to
Onset- when did the prob. begin and wtf caused it?
Provocation/ palliation- what makes it bette
What is GIS?
A computer based system that inputs, manipulates, and outputs geographic data
What is LIS?
A special type of GIS that manages and analyzes data related to Land Ownership and land related
What is GIS based on?
What is car
what does STAPLEE stand for?
Social, Technical, Administrative, Political, Legal, Economic, and Environmental variables
What does STAPLEE do?
It helps to establish priorities for a plan
- Concentrates on human lives, especially those
What is a map projection defined as?
A 3-D earth projected onto a 2-D surface(or map)
What are the 3 common physical and developmental surfaces that are used for map projections?
What is created when a plane passing through the c
chapter 3: medical, legal and ethical issues
is the type of consent in which the patient speaks or acknowledges that he or she wants you to
provide care or transport
the patient is aware of any risks, benefits and altern