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How does ventilation differ from oxygenation?CorrectIncorrect
How do you ventilate a patient with a stoma?CorrectIncorrect
Chemoreceptors in the brain monitor the levels of carbon dioxide. When there is an increase of CO2 in the body, the brain sends a signal to increase respirations.
This respiratory drive is called the ________ drive?CorrectIncorrect
To calculate the minute volume, you would multiply the tidal volume by which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
You have intubated an adult patient in cardiac arrest and are prepared to administer endotracheal medications as you cannot establish an IV.
What is the recommended dose of endotracheal medications?CorrectIncorrect
The paradoxical motion of the chest during exhalation is often caused by what type of injury?CorrectIncorrect
When monitoring CO2 using continuous waveform capnography, what does a low CO2 reading indicate?CorrectIncorrect
A fixed suctioning unit should generate how much airflow when the tubing is clamped?CorrectIncorrect
You are on the scene of an unresponsive male with a syringe hanging out of his arm. He has a weak pulse, a respiratory rate of 4 breaths per minute, and pinpoint pupils.
You ask your partner to administer naloxone as you complete your patient assessment. What class is naloxone?CorrectIncorrect
What does CPAP stand for?CorrectIncorrect