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TNCC 8th Edition V2 What are the greatest risks for transport? According to newtons law which of these two force is greater: size or force? - What is the relationship between mass and veloc... ity to kinetic energy? - What is tension? - What is compression? - What is bending? - What is shearing? - What is torsion? - What is combined loading? - What are the four types of trauma related injuries? What are contributing factors to injuries related to blunt traumas? - What are the seven patterns of pathway injuries related to motor vehicle accidents? - Differentiate between the three impacts of motor vehicle impact sequence. - What are the three factors that contribute to the damage caused by penetrating trauma's? - What causes the primary effects of blast traumas? What causes the secondary effects of blast traumas? What causes the tertiary effects of blast traumas? What causes quarternary effects of blast traumas? What causes quinary effects of blasts traumas? What are the three processes that transfer oxygen from the air to the lungs and blood stream - When would you use a nasopharyngeal airway versus an oral pharyngeal airway? - Describe the measurement of an NPA - Measurement of an OPA - True or false: NPAs and OPAs are definitive airways. Name the three ways to confirm ETT placement - When capnography measurement reads greater than 45MMHG, the nurse should consider increasing or decreasing the ventilation rate? When capnography measurement reads less than 35MMHG, the nurse should consider increasing or decreasing the ventilation rate? What are the three stages of shock What are the signs of compensated shock? What are the signs and symptoms of decompensated shock? What are the signs and symptoms of irreversible shock? What are the four types of shock? What is the trauma triad of death? Describe the characteristics of obstructive shock Describe the characteristics of cardiogenic shock Describe the characteristics of distributive shock. Describe the characteristics of hypovolemic shock What is the recommended fluid bolus for a trauma? What is the minimum permissive hypertension and a trauma patient? What is the minimum permissive oxygenation level of a trauma patient? - What is Cullen's sign and its significance? Define Cushing's triad - What are the early signs of increased Intracranial pressure What are the late signs of Increased intracranial pressure What are the symptoms of a subdural hematoma? What is a trademark symptom of an epidural hematoma Define the characteristics of neurogenic shock Define the characteristics of spinal shock Describe the four types of spinal cord injury Describe one fat embolism syndrome is most likely to occur in its characteristics What is the Munro-Kellie doctrine? What are the treatment goals for a TBI? [Show More]

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