Emergency Care and Clinic Skills Final Exam

you perform a rapid assessment and determine that your patient is experiencing cardiac arrest. on the basis of your assessment findings, you begin CPR to improve the patients chances of survival. Which term refers to clearly and rationally identifying the connection between information and actions?
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you suspect that an unresponsive patient has sustained a neck injury. Which technique should you use to open the patients airway?modified jaw-thrust maneuveryou are alone performing high-quality CPR when a second provider arrives to take over compressions. When switching roles, you should minimize interruptions in chest compressions to less than how many secondsB. 10you and your coworker jake are operating a BVM during multiple provider CPR for an adult. You manage the airway while jake delivers ventilations, Which statement correctly describes the appropriate technique for operating the BVM?B. seal the mask with 2 hand using E-C techniqueA well organizes response team when performing high-quality CPR includes ensuring that providers switch off performing compressions every _____ minutes?A. 2you are working in a OB/GYN office when your patient, Mrs. Tribble suddenly goes into cardiac arrest. While preparing the AED, you colleague reminds you the Mrs. Tibble is 28 weeks prig. Which statement true regarding the use of AED on a prig patient?A. AED use is safe for prig patientsyou and your colleagues have been providing CPR for and using the AED on Mr. Sauer while providing ventilations, you notice the Mr. Sauer moves and appears to be breathing. What is the correct course of action?D. Stop CPR, check for breathing and a pulse and monitor Mr. Sauer until advance cardiachow is a child defined in terms of CPR care?C. someone from the age of 1 to the onset of pubertyyou are providing compressions on a 6-month old who weights 17 pounds. Which compression depth is appropriate for this patient?C. about 1 1/2 inchesa 7year old patient goes into sudden cardiac arrest. You initiate CPR and correctly perform chest compressions at which rate?C. 100 to 120 compression per minyou are providing high quality CPR on a 6 year old patient who weights 44 pounds. The AED arrives. it does not have a pediatric string and includes only adult AED pads. What should you do?A. Use the Adult AED padsyou are alone caring for a 4 month old infant who has gone into cardiac arrest. Which is the most effective CPR technique to perform until help arrives?A. stending to the side of the infant, provide chest compressions using the two-finger technique and deliver ventilations with a pocket mask or face shield.you and your colleague are performing CPR on a 6 year old child. What is the compression to ventilation ratio during multiple provider CPR?B. 15:2What is a reason you would choose to perform chest thrust instead of abdominal thrust for an adult with an obstructed airway?c. The patient is in a wheelchairyou are alone and caring for a 9 month with obstructed airway who becomes unresponsive which action should you perform firstc. provide 30 chest compressionyou and another provider are caring for a patient who is in cardiac arrest. You suspect that your patient overdosed on an opioid. When should you administer intranasal naloxone?D. After initiating CPR