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When applying dressings to burns, which of the following would you NOT do?CorrectIncorrect
Your assault victim was stabbed in the left side of the chest. With each breath, bubbles will appear at the wound’s surface then disappear with the next inhalation. How would you classify this injury?CorrectIncorrect
An assault victim you transported earlier in the shift was reported to have bilateral cerebral contusions. You recall that the patient was stuck on the right parietal portion of his head. With this knowledge, you suspect that this injury is __________________, due to both sides of the brain being injured.CorrectIncorrect
You identify a sucking chest wound from a shooting. Treatment includes O2 and rapid transport. What other treatment modality is essential for you to accomplish?CorrectIncorrect
Your trauma patient has a mechanism of injury consistent with a possible spinal injury and has physiologic symptoms of decreased sensation below the belly button. How should the patient be packaged for transport?CorrectIncorrect
What is the position of comfort for a patient with an evisceration?CorrectIncorrect
Besides the burns from electrocution, you must be concerned with the path the electrical current took to ground. What other concerns must you take into consideration when dealing with electrocution?CorrectIncorrect
You are called to a chemical plant for a patient exposed to an unknown substance. Upon arrival, you find a 23-year-old male who had a chemical splash into his right eye. He is unsure what the substance might be; however, there is tearing, redness, and matter forming on the eye’s cornea.
What sort of treatment should you perform?CorrectIncorrect
Following a prolonged auto extrication, your partner complained of pain and discomfort to his upper arm from trying to hold a damaged car door ajar while the patient was being extricated from the automobile. This injury, most likely caused by muscular overexertion, is known as what?CorrectIncorrect
Upon examining a trauma patient’s nose, which of the following findings would be consistent with a basilar skull fracture?CorrectIncorrect