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What are signs of Compensated shock? - ANSWER-Anxiety as blood is shunted from areas responsible for higher brain function, normal systolic BP, elevated diastolic BP, increased RR, bounding pulse, ... decreased urinary output. What are signs of Decompensated or Progressive shock? - ANSWER-Decreased LOC, decreased systolic BP, narrowing pulse pressure, tachycardia, weak pulses, rapid shallow respirations, cool and cyanotic skin, increased lactic acid levels What are signs of Irreversible shock? - ANSWER-Obtunded, marked hypotension and heart failure, bradycardia, bradypnea, organ failure, acidosis. A - ANSWER-Airway and Alertness with simultaneous cervical spinal stabilization B - ANSWER-Breathing and Ventilation C - ANSWER-Circulation and Control of Hemorrhage D - ANSWER-Disability (neurologic status) E - ANSWER-Exposure and Environmental control F - ANSWER-Full set of Vital Signs, Family Presence, Focused adjuncts When is the KB test appropriate and what does it determine? - ANSWER-Pregnant patient. Detects fetal RBC in maternal circulation. If you need a professional to complete your college homework at a small fee, then reach out to amazingclasshelp.com TNCC TEST 2023-2024 ACTUAL FINAL EXAM TEST BANK 300 QUESTIONS AND CORRET DETAILED ANSWERS WITH RATIONALES (VERIFIED ANSWERS) |ALREADY GRADED A+ What is the pH of amniotic fluid? - ANSWER-7.5 What is the pH of urine? - ANSWER-4.6 - 6 What is FAST and what does it detect? - ANSWER-Focused assessment with sonography for trauma, a screening test for blood around the heart (pericardial effusion) or abdominal organs (hemoperitoneum) after trauma. What is the first "assessment"? - ANSWER-Across the room assessment. When dosing analgesic meds for a bariatric do you use the actual or ideal weight? - ANSWER-Ideal Serosanguinous fluid drainage from the nose and ears could be what and be indicative of what injury? - ANSWER-CSF, basilar skull fracture. What are 2 rapid ways of testing if fluid is CSF? - ANSWER-Drop some on gauze and look for halo or check for glucose presence. The primary survey includes which steps? - ANSWER-A B C D E G - ANSWER-Get resuscitation adjuncts (LMNOP), Give comfort measures What is the purpose of the reevaluation step? - ANSWER-To determine if any findings from the primary survey raise suspicion for uncontrolled internal hemorrhage, the need for emergency surgical intervention, or transport to a trauma center. H - ANSWER-History and Head to toe assessmen [Show More]

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