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5 Matching questions

  1. Emergency phase
  2. Wound Debridement
  3. Xylitol
  4. Liver Toxicity
  5. Cardiopulmonary Cerebrovascular Resuscitation
  1. a cycads, mushrooms
  2. b what does CPCR stand for
  3. c fluids for the tx of shock (phase)
  4. d Usually performed surgically, enzymatic with commercial solution with trypsin
  5. e sugar alcohol found in many gums, snacks, beverages, some dental washes for pets- has plaque-blocking properties. Can cause severe hypoglycemia secondary to insulin release, liver failure, coagulopathy, symptoms within 30 mins of ingestion, liver failure 18-72 hrs after ingestion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. how many people does it take to run a code
  2. Airway, Cardio, Resp, Abdomen, Spine, head, pelvis, limbs, arteries/veins, nerves
  3. starts about 6 hours after injury, WBC remove necrotic tissue, bacteria, and foreign material. The WBC and fluid leaked into the wound form an exudate
  4. emetic agent that is the preferred method for practitioners, available in injectable or tablets for conjunctival methods
  5. approach cautiously, pain = biting, not always life threatening, serious signs, distress breathing, pale/while MM, bleeding from nose. Avoid moving as much as possible

5 True/False questions

  1. Coughing
    Tachypnea
    Resp. Distress
    Nasal Discharge
    Edema
    Abnormal lung sounds
    3 Phases to fluid therapy

          

  2. Maintain Hydration
    Replace fluid loss
    Maintain IV access
    Increase Urine output
    Nutritional support
    5 reasons for fluid therapy

          

  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. Emergency drugsatropine, epinephrine, lidocaine, sodium bicarb, Dexamethasone, Benadryl, Diazepam, Nitro, Dobutamine, Doxapram

          

  5. Corrosivesdilution, recommended to dilute with milk/water at 1-3ml/lb of bw