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Chapter 39 Chapter test
Chapter 39 Chapter test
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With START triage, when you arrive on the scene, you ask all the patients who can walk to move to one area. These patients are categorized as:
Priority 3 walking wounded.
EMS operations generally include which six areas?
Extrication, Staging, Triage, Treatment, Transportation, and Rehabilitation
Which of the following is not the role of the first arriving EMT at the scene of a possible hazardous materials emergency?
Rescuing any victims still in the area of the spill
Using START triage guidelines, a patient on the scene of a mass-causality incident who has no pulse is deemed a ________ patient.
When transporting patients from the scene of a mass-casualty incident, who should be responsible for contacting the receiving hospital?
Where is the decontamination corridor located where patients, personnel, and equipment are decontaminated?
To respond to a hazardous materials incident, the EMT should be trained at which level?
Which of the following are desirable characteristics of the "safe or cold zone" in a hazardous materials incident?
Upwind, on the same level as the spill
You are on the scene of a mass-casualty incident in which the grandstand at a race track has collapsed. As the triage officer, you have encountered a 14-year-old male whose leg has been amputated above the knee. He is responsive to verbal stimuli, and he has an open airway, shallow rapid breathing, and a weak, rapid carotid pulse. This patient would be classified as a Priority ________ for treatment and transport.
Which of the following is the most common type of multiple-casualty incident that EMS providers will respond to?
What source will provide first aid information about hazardous materials for employees at a work site?
Safety data sheets
Using START triage guidelines, a patient on the scene of a mass-causality incident who is alert and able to walk is deemed a ________ patient.
An area near a hazardous materials incident that is upwind from the incident and on the same level is a good location for a:
ICS recognizes that the manageable span of control is:
You are called to a garden center where four shoppers have collapsed after a section of shelving fell and dumped hazardous products on the floor. When you arrive on the scene, you should:
recognize a HAZMAT incident, secure the scene by limiting access, isolate the possible contaminated from the noncontaminated, and request HAZMAT response.
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