EMT Test 1

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You have just defibrillated a patient in cardiac arrest using the AED. What should you do next?

Your adult patient suddenly becomes unresponsive. What should you do?

Your paramedic partner has secured a supraglottic airway on an adult cardiac arrest victim. What should you do?

You note a pulse of 40 on your 8 year old patient. What should you do?

You are performing chest compressions on a 6 year old when your EMT partner begins to assist. What should happen next? Choose all that apply.

A 5 year old choking victim suddenly becomes unresponsive. What should you do next?

You are treating a suspected overdose victim who is breathing 12 times a minute and shallow. What should you do? Choose all that apply

Which of the following would make you reconsider using a CPAP on a patient in respiratory distress?

Which condition should you allow the patient to have a pulse oximetry reading to be between 90 and 93%?

Your burn victim is awake presenting with a high pitched inspiratory sound and increased respiratory rate. What should you do?

Which of the following is a potential complication of ventilating a patient too fast? Choose all that apply.

Which of the following best characterizes emphysema?

You are treating an 8 year old with fever and drooling. What should you most likely suspect?

Which of the following conditions are characterized as upper airway problems? Choose all the conditions that apply.

Which of the following signs should warrant controlled positive pressure ventilations?

What is the main advantage of using continuous positive airway pressure?

While treating an adult with an implanted defibrillator, they suddenly became unresponsive. What should you do immediately?

What sound should you expect to hear in a pediatric with a piece of candy stuck in their throat. What sound would you expect to hear?

You are treating a patient with right sided heart failure. What signs do you expect to find on the patient (choose all that apply)?

High efficiency particulate air (HEPA) respirators are necessary for which of the following suspected conditions?

Which body fluid has the most potential to transmit blood-borne pathogens?

An automated external defibrillator (AED) will defibrillate which of the following rhythms?

When should you consider applying an AED to a patient?

Which of the following is most likely to cause abruptio placenta?

Eclampsia most likely presents with which of the following?

You are treating a patient in her first trimester of pregnancy with sharp, left shoulder pain. What is most likely the cause of her condition? Choose all that apply.

After assisting with delivering an infant, what intervention may prevent maternal hemorrhage? Choose all that apply

The placenta has not delivered after 10 minutes. What should you do?

During delivery, the infant's head retracts back into the vagina. What should you do? Choose all that apply

You are treating a third trimester patient complaining of lower abdominal pain with slight vaginal bleeding. What should you suspect?

Which of the following signs indicates your 4 year old pediatric patient is no longer compensating?

Which patient will most likely experience widespread vasodilation?

Which of the following best characterizes distributive shock? (Choose all that apply)

You are treating a gunshot victim complaining of left side weakness and hemianasthesia on his right side. What is his most likely condition?

What sign distinguishes a tension from a simple pneumothorax?

What resources tell you the most about a patient's specific medical history? (Choose all that apply)

Where will a patient be contaminated during a hazmat incident?

What is the preferred distance and location during a fuel spill?

You are the first ambulance to arrive on scene to a motor vehicle collision. Where is the appropriate place to park?

The fire department is washing down a gasoline exposure victim with water. What is this decontamination process called?

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