Singkamas Rescue Review Exam 1. What is first link in the chain of survival? a. Early defibrillation b. Early recognition c.

Early CPR d. Early activation 2. In an adult victim who is unresponsive what would you do first? a. CPR b. Call for help c. Activate EMS d. Go away 3. If alone with unresponsive infant or child, how many cycle of compression Ventilation must be given a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 4. What maneuver will be using in an injured vicitm? a. A jaw thrust b. Head tilt chin lift c. Pull down the mouth d. Head tilt only 5. How many second to check for normal breathing in an unresponsive adult or for presence or absence of breathing in the unresponsive infant child? a. 1 – 3 b. 2 – 5 c. 5 – 10 d. 10 -15 6. Compression ratio for effective circulation? a. 80 b. 90 c. > 100 d. < 100 7. How many seconds to check for pulse?

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a. 5 b. 10 c. 20 d. 30 ________ breath before giving a rescue breath to a victim. a. Normal breath b. Deep breath If the victim’s chest does not rise when the first rescue breath is delivered, perform the _________ again before giving the second breath. a. Head tilt chin lift b. Jaw thrust c. Sellicks manuever d. Valsalva manuever For children, use __________ hands to perform chest compressions and compress at the nipple line? a. 1 hand b. 2 hands c. 1 & 2 d. None For infants, compress with how many fingers on the breastbone must be delivered a. 1 c. 5 b. 2 d. 6 what is the universal choking sign? a. Clutching the head b. Cluthching the ear c. Cluthching the neck d. Cluthching the nose Signs of severe airway obstruction? a. Dyspnea b. Holding the neck c. Cannot speak d. All of the above What maneuver done in a choked pregnant? a. Chest trust b. Abdominal thrust

Closer to the joint or extremity b. Face down c. HRxSVR = CO .15. Sole of the foot c. Abdominal thrust c. 26. 15:1 d. 24. Yellow tag d. 30:2 b. Good samaritan law d. Valves The formula for determining cardiac output (CO) is? a. Fore head d. 16. 20. 27. ABC b. Feeding d. Breach of duty Insertion of IV line and insertion of Foley catherter our legally done by? a. Ketones in the body d. Palm of the hand b. Capllaries b. On the right sine The term proximal is best described as? a. Hemoglobin in the body c. 18. Negligence c. Malpratice b. On the left side d. Closer to the midline of the body d. 21. Draining fluid from the lungs c. 19. EMT I d. HRxBP = CO d. 23. Co2 in the body b. CAB d. 17. Finger sweep technique d. Bronchi d. Draining fluid off the brain b. ground in this incident where do you categories this in legal liabilities? a. 25. c. Farther away from the midline of the body Plantar refers to the a. BAC c. Back slapping What maneuver done in a choking conscious extremely obese patient? a. Back slapping e. Red tag c. EMT B c. Buttocks The trachea splints into two: a. Chest trust b. SVxBP = CO b. Gastrosting a patient Highest priority in triage area? a. Green tag b. CBA Hyperventilation lowers the levels of? a. Face up b. Alveoli c. SVxHR = CO c. What is the most common cause or airway obstruction in an unconscious victim a. Saliva The 2010 bls recommendation for compression ventilation ratio is a. Tongue b. Black tag A EMT use a defect wheel chair and accidentally the patient fall on the 22. 5:3 The 2010 guidlines recommends the cpr sequence? a. Finger sweep technique d. Further away from a joint or extremity c. Paramedic b. False teeth d. Food c. 5:1 c. Oxygen in the body A gastrostomy tube is a tube used for? a. All of the above A patient who is supine is lying? a.

Week. Remove the wood from his leg as soon as possible b. Ring for emergency help – you need expert medical help c. Call an ambulance b. Raised temperature b. . Stop the bleeding c. A weak pulse 33. Confusion and strange behavior b. In collapse what should your priority be? a. Assess the scene for danger – you dont want to get hurt 32. Offer the casualty a cool drink c. Reduce any shock she may be experiencing c. In secondary survey what is the meaning of SAMPLE S– A– M– P– L– E– Factors Which Contribute to shock P– R– I– C– E– F– For 10 pts explain the circulation of blood through the heart. What is the most common site of a break in children? a. What would indicate that the was having a hypoglycaemic attack? a. feeble pulse 30. A severe allergic reaction c. Arms or collarbone c. What will you do first for the casualty? a. Keep him moving to stop him losing consciousness 29. Accelerated breathing c. Pull up her sleeve and let air get to the burn. What is anaphylactic shock a.28. Get him to hospital straight away 34. Ribs 35. What can you do first to help the casualty? a. Legs b. Assess the casualties you want to be start helping b. What should you do if you notice a soft area or depression on the scalp and suspect a skull fracture? a. Which of these are symptoms of possible cerebral compression – a much more serious condition? a. A kind of asthma 31. Cool the burn with water b. Excessive vomiting c. Something to do with peanuts b.