Paramedic Test 1

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While leading a resuscitation team, you note the end tidal CO2 is 8 from an endotracheal tube. What should you do?

You are treating an unresponsive adult when you note ventricular fibrillation on the monitor. What should you do next? Choose all that apply

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

Your adult cardiac arrest patient has received 2 defibrillations and 1 mg Epinephrine. If the patient continues in pulseless V-tach, what medication should you consider?

You secured an advanced airway on your cardiac arrest victim. Which of the following options are appropriate for continued care?

Which of the following best indicates ROSC in your cardiac arrest victim?

You are on scene with a pulseless adult. The monitor shows the following rhythm. What should you do immediately? Choose all that apply.

Your pulseless adult cardiac arrest victim remains in the following rhythm despite 2 defibrillation attempts. What should you do next? Choose all that apply.

You are treating an adult with chest discomfort and note this EKG on the cardiac monitor. What should you do next? Choose all that apply.

What is the maximum dose of medications indicated for a pulseless adult who remains in the rhythm pictured here?

You are treating an adult pulseless arrest victim who presents with the rhythm pictured here. What is your top priority?

What is the most common ekg finding in cardiac tamponade?

Which of the following may cause harm in the presence of cardiac tamponade?

What is a clinical sign of cardiac tamponade?

Which of the following is the pathology of cardiac tamponade?

Which of the following causes pulsus paradoxus with a 10 mmHg systolic drop in blood pressure?

Which of the following is the most common non traumatic cause of cardiac tamponade?

Beta blockers should be used cautiously in which of the following conditions?

An adult chest pain victim presents with a 2nd degree AV block. Which of the following interventions should you avoid?

Bioavailability is best described as which of the following?

Which of the following best describes the dose type when administering an antiarrhythmic during a cardiac arrest event?

The absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination of a medication is best defined as which of the following?

How does emphysema contribute to acidosis?

Which of the following is true regarding the respiratory buffer system?

Which of the following best describes emphysema pathophysiology? (Choose all that apply)

Which of the following conditions will supplemental oxygen have the least benefit? Choose all that apply

The end tidal capnography waveform pictured here is most likely due to which of the following?

Bath salts have similar impact to which drug?

Which of the following vital signs do you suspect to find in a patient abusing bath salts?

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

While infusing magnesium sulfate to your pregnant patient, you note a drop in blood pressure and slurred speech. What should you do? Choose all that apply.

You are on scene with an adult disoriented fall victim. Your partner states the glucose is low. How should you manage this patient?

While transporting a pneumonia patient, you note this rhythm change on the monitor. What is the EKG interpretation?

En route to the hospital, your fall victim complains of sharp shoulder pain and begins vomiting. What is his most likely condition?

What is this EKG interpretation?

Your patient has achieved ROSC. How should you manage this patient? Choose all that apply

What is the most appropriate management for a 6 year old with a seal-bark cough? Choose all that apply

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