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5 Matching Questions

  1. Activated Charcoal
  2. Liquid potpourri
  3. Choking
  4. Emergency drugs
  5. Lateral Recumbancy
  1. a atropine, epinephrine, lidocaine, sodium bicarb, Dexamethasone, Benadryl, Diazepam, Nitro, Dobutamine, Doxapram
  2. b mm/gi irritation, CNS depression, dermal hypersensitivity and irritation, can contain cationic detergents which can lead to tissue necrosis/inflammation of mouth, esophagus, and stomach
  3. c position for patient under 15lbs
  4. d causes: obstruction or edema
  5. e can be used in conjunction with other treatments, can be used for organic poisons, chemicals, and bacterial problems. Helps facilitate excretion through feces. can be repeated every 4-8 hrs at 1/2 dose per docs orders. Contraindicated in cases of caustic materials

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Objective parameters (3)
  2. corrosive chems, may cause corrosive effects if tab chewed, in water just gastric irritant
  3. dirty, contaminated, traumatized wounds, Debridement is necessary and closure may be difficult, not desirable because new epithelium is fragile and easily grazed
  4. Ocular- 20-30 mins flush, corneal ulceration
    Dermal- bath immed. with mild dish soap, monitor for burns and other skin change. pain meds, NSAIDS, or abx.
    Ingestion- oral dilution with milk/water, monitor and treat for oral esophageal burns
  5. chewed = alkaline burns, swallowed foreign body obstruction

5 True/False Questions

  1. Basic life support, Advanced life supporttwo types of CPCR

          

  2. Chest compression for over 15lbsposition patient in dorsal recumbancy
    Place both hands on caudal aspect of the sternum
    Compress at 80-100 cpm

          

  3. Charcoalmaterial not absorbed by this method are include-ethanol, methanol, fertilizer, fluoride, petroleum distallates, heavy metals, iodides, nitrate, nitrites, sodium chloride, and chloride

          

  4. Liver Toxicitycycads, mushrooms

          

  5. Methanolmost commonly found in windsheild washer fluid- contains formaldehyde, Min. toxic dose is 8g/kg
    Small exposure=mild gastric upset

          

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