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what do you do for labored, contstriction, or lack of tidal volume (Ans)- assist ventilations with BVM What do you do for acid in eyes (Ans)- irrigate, if contacts take them out Signs and Sy... mptoms of tension pneumothorax (Ans)- progressive shortness of breath increased altered level of consciousness neck vein distention tracheal deviation What organ could be affected by trauma to the upper right quadrant (Ans)- liver flail chest is charcterized and defined by (Ans)- paradoxical motion 2 or more ribs broken in two or more places subcutaneous emphysema what is it and how to treat (Ans)- A characteristic crackling sensation felt on palpation of the skin, caused by the presence of air in soft tissues. treat by positive pressure ventilations Daughter is power of attourney and wants father to recieve care, father is AxO x4 and does not want care (Ans)- Respect patient wishes because he is concious without altered mental status Open fracture and bleeding PPE (Ans)- gloves, mask, goggles What EMS statistic is needed to reduce speed limit in given area (Ans)- Fatalities and injuries that have happened on that stretch of road Triage color green (Ans)- ambulatory, Yellow (Ans)- delayed red (Ans)- immediate black (Ans)- dead/ expectant you are treating a 300 pound male who cannot walk what should you do (Ans)- call for assistance triage in the (Ans)- cold zone Pedatric/ infant breath rate (Ans)- 18-30 Cardiac arrest in children is caused most likely by (Ans)- hypoxia, resp distress or failure Croup is characterized by (Ans)- hoarseness, "barking" cough, inspiratory stridor and varying degrees of respiratory distress resulting from swelling in or obstruction in the region near the larynx. Steps to treating bleeding (Ans)- first direct pressure then tourniquet is direct pressure does not stop the bleeding Signs and symptoms of meningitis (Ans)- fever, rash, stiff neck, altered mental status specifcally in infants: Swelling of fontanelles Apgar scale (Ans)- appearance, pulse, grimace, activity, respiration when treating allergy primary concern is (Ans)- AIRWAY when to start chest compression on newborn (Ans)- pluse under 60 ruptured spleen in child (Ans)- bleeding and pain right upper quadrant (Ans)- Liver, Right Kidney, Colon, Pancreas, Gallbladder left upper quadrant (Ans)- liver, spleen, left kidney, stomach, colon, pancreas left lower quadrant (Ans)- Part of descending colon Sigmoid colon Left ovary and tube Left ureter Left spermatic cord right lower quadrant [Show More]

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