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42 terms
EMT Brady Book
Anterior vs. Posterior
Proximal vs. Distal
Musculoskeletal System 3 Functions
5 Functions of Skin
Anterior is the front of the body or body part
Proximal is closer to torso
1. Give body shape... 2. Protect vital internal organs... 3. Provid…
1. Protection... 2. Water balance... 3. Temperature regulation... 4. E…
Anterior vs. Posterior
Anterior is the front of the body or body part
Proximal vs. Distal
Proximal is closer to torso
63 terms
EMT Brady Ch9 - notes from book
350
rate and volume
decrease
Air rushing into the chest through the…
Of the 500 mL average tidal volume in each breath how much re…
Alveolar ventilation can be altered by changes in ___?
Does exceptionally fast breathing increase or decrease minute…
How would a puncture/penetrating wound in the chest disrupt b…
350
Of the 500 mL average tidal volume in each breath how much re…
rate and volume
Alveolar ventilation can be altered by changes in ___?
57 terms
EMT Brady Ch 31 - Head Neck and Spine - notes from book
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Sensory nerves
Motor nerves
Which system consists of the brain and spinal cord?
Which system consists of the nerves that enter and exit the s…
Messages from the body to the brain are carried by what type…
Messages from the brain to the muscles are carried by what ty…
Central nervous system
Which system consists of the brain and spinal cord?
Peripheral nervous system
Which system consists of the nerves that enter and exit the s…
39 terms
Brady EMT 12th Ed Ch 20 Cardiac Emergencies - notes from book
blanket term used to represent any sym…
Common symptoms of cardiac compromise
To what area does the pain/pressure as…
How do you deliver oxygen to a pt who…
Acute Coronary Syndrome
-dyspnea... -pain/discomfort in chest (sometimes radiates)... -anxi…
along the arms down to the upper abdomen or up to the jaw
BVM
blanket term used to represent any sym…
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Common symptoms of cardiac compromise
-dyspnea... -pain/discomfort in chest (sometimes radiates)... -anxi…
55 terms
EMT Brady 12 Ed Ch 33 - Enviro Emergencies - notes from book
Conduction
water chill
25
Convection
transfer of heat through direct contact
chilling caused by conduction of heat from the body when the…
How many times faster is heat loss in water than in still air?
Body lost the surrounding air
Conduction
transfer of heat through direct contact
water chill
chilling caused by conduction of heat from the body when the…
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 13
The process in which oxygen and carbon…
Which of the following respiratory dis…
Which of the following diseases is pot…
All of the following are causes of acu…
respiration.
Asthma
SARS
emphysema.
The process in which oxygen and carbon…
respiration.
Which of the following respiratory dis…
Asthma
11 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 10
The term "shock" is MOST accurately de…
Anaphylactic shock is typically associ…
urticaria
Signs of compensated shock include all…
cardiovascular collapse leading to inadequate perfusion.
urticaria.
Also called hives; a skin eruption of pale reddish wheals wit…
weak or absent peripheral pulses.
The term "shock" is MOST accurately de…
cardiovascular collapse leading to inadequate perfusion.
Anaphylactic shock is typically associ…
urticaria.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 14
All of the following are common signs…
While palpating the radial pulse of a…
A 56-year-old man has an acute myocard…
Major controllable risk factors for an…
headache.
an arrhythmia.
Coronary arteries
cigarette smoking.
All of the following are common signs…
headache.
While palpating the radial pulse of a…
an arrhythmia.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 17
Type 1 diabetes is a condition in whic…
A 45-year-old man with type 1 diabetes…
A diabetic patient presents with a blo…
Which combination of factors would MOS…
glucose utilization is impaired.
"Did he take his insulin today?"
excretion of glucose and water from the kidneys.
Skipping a meal and taking insulin
Type 1 diabetes is a condition in whic…
glucose utilization is impaired.
A 45-year-old man with type 1 diabetes…
"Did he take his insulin today?"
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 16
The ___________ lies in the retroperit…
Which of the following is NOT a solid…
A 34-year-old woman with a recent hist…
MOST patients with an acute abdomen pr…
pancreas
Gallbladder
peritonitis.
tachycardia.
The ___________ lies in the retroperit…
pancreas
Which of the following is NOT a solid…
Gallbladder
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 16
The ___________ lies in the retroperit…
Which of the following is NOT a solid…
A 34-year-old woman with a recent hist…
MOST patients with an acute abdomen pr…
pancreas
Gallbladder
peritonitis.
tachycardia.
The ___________ lies in the retroperit…
pancreas
Which of the following is NOT a solid…
Gallbladder
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 12
A seizure patient is having what kind…
If an injury distracts an EMT from ass…
If a "frequent flier" calls 9-1-1 beca…
If your medical patient is not in crit…
Neurologic
tunnel vision.
assume you know what the problem is; every case is different,…
However long it takes to gather as much information as possible
A seizure patient is having what kind…
Neurologic
If an injury distracts an EMT from ass…
tunnel vision.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 3
You arrive at the scene of an elderly…
Which of the following is an example o…
The unauthorized confinement of a pers…
Failure of the EMT to provide the same…
C. expressed consent.
D. An EMR is transferred patient care from an AEMT.
C. false imprisonment.
C. negligence
You arrive at the scene of an elderly…
C. expressed consent.
Which of the following is an example o…
D. An EMR is transferred patient care from an AEMT.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 18
The signs and symptoms of an allergic…
The negative effects associated with a…
You are called to a local baseball par…
What is a wheal?... a raised, swollen, w…
histamine.
vasodilation and bronchoconstriction.
severe allergic reaction.
a raised, swollen, well-defined area on the skin
The signs and symptoms of an allergic…
histamine.
The negative effects associated with a…
vasodilation and bronchoconstriction.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 15
A 41-year-old man presents with slow,…
An acute ischemic stroke is caused by:…
A 56-year-old man experienced a sudden…
Unlike an ischemic stroke, a transient…
brain stem.
a blocked cerebral artery.
hemorrhagic stroke.
symptoms that persist for longer than 24 hours.
A 41-year-old man presents with slow,…
brain stem.
An acute ischemic stroke is caused by:…
a blocked cerebral artery.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 18
The signs and symptoms of an allergic…
The negative effects associated with a…
You are called to a local baseball par…
What is a wheal?... a raised, swollen, w…
histamine.
vasodilation and bronchoconstriction.
severe allergic reaction.
a raised, swollen, well-defined area on the skin
The signs and symptoms of an allergic…
histamine.
The negative effects associated with a…
vasodilation and bronchoconstriction.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 19
Which of the following questions is of…
A 30-year-old male, who ingested an un…
When caring for a patient with a surfa…
Most poisonings occur via the ________…
"Why did you take the medication?"
collect the vomitus and bring it to the hospital.
avoid contaminating yourself or others.
ingestion
Which of the following questions is of…
"Why did you take the medication?"
A 30-year-old male, who ingested an un…
collect the vomitus and bring it to the hospital.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 9
Breathing is controlled by an area in…
The EMT should assess a patient's tida…
In an otherwise healthy individual, th…
Signs of adequate breathing in the adu…
brain stem.
observing for adequate chest rise.
increased level of carbon dioxide in the blood.
shallow chest rise.
Breathing is controlled by an area in…
brain stem.
The EMT should assess a patient's tida…
observing for adequate chest rise.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 8
During the scene size-up, you should r…
You arrive at the scene of an "injured…
Findings such as inadequate breathing…
Which of the following would you NOT d…
the ratio of pediatric patients to adult patients.
retreat to a safe place and wait for law enforcement to arrive.
primary assessment.
Rapid heart rate
During the scene size-up, you should r…
the ratio of pediatric patients to adult patients.
You arrive at the scene of an "injured…
retreat to a safe place and wait for law enforcement to arrive.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 5
The __________ lie(s) in the retroperi…
The cartilaginous tip of the sternum i…
A person with bilateral femur fracture…
The MOST prominent landmark on the ant…
kidneys
xiphoid process.
fractured both of his or her femurs.
thyroid cartilage.
The __________ lie(s) in the retroperi…
kidneys
The cartilaginous tip of the sternum i…
xiphoid process.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 6
When providing bag-mask ventilations t…
You see an infant capable of reaching…
An infant who is repeatedly rejected e…
Why do colds develop so easily in todd…
An infant's lungs are fragile.
4 months of age.
Anxious-avoidant attachment
All of the above
When providing bag-mask ventilations t…
An infant's lungs are fragile.
You see an infant capable of reaching…
4 months of age.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 5
The __________ lie(s) in the retroperi…
The cartilaginous tip of the sternum i…
A person with bilateral femur fracture…
The MOST prominent landmark on the ant…
kidneys
xiphoid process.
fractured both of his or her femurs.
thyroid cartilage.
The __________ lie(s) in the retroperi…
kidneys
The cartilaginous tip of the sternum i…
xiphoid process.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 4
When health care providers force their…
When communicating with an elderly pat…
While caring for a 5-year-old boy with…
Which of the following pieces of patie…
cultural imposition
step back to avoid making the patient uncomfortable.
allow a parent or caregiver to hold the child if the situatio…
The patient's family medical history
When health care providers force their…
cultural imposition
When communicating with an elderly pat…
step back to avoid making the patient uncomfortable.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 3
You arrive at the scene of an elderly…
Which of the following is an example o…
The unauthorized confinement of a pers…
Failure of the EMT to provide the same…
C. expressed consent.
D. An EMR is transferred patient care from an AEMT.
C. false imprisonment.
C. negligence
You arrive at the scene of an elderly…
C. expressed consent.
Which of the following is an example o…
D. An EMR is transferred patient care from an AEMT.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 12
A seizure patient is having what kind…
If an injury distracts an EMT from ass…
If a "frequent flier" calls 9-1-1 beca…
If your medical patient is not in crit…
Neurologic
tunnel vision.
assume you know what the problem is; every case is different,…
However long it takes to gather as much information as possible
A seizure patient is having what kind…
Neurologic
If an injury distracts an EMT from ass…
tunnel vision.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 20
A behavioral crisis is MOST accurately…
Depression and schizophrenia are examp…
When assessing a patient with a behavi…
General guidelines to follow when cari…
any reaction to events that interferes with activities of dai…
functional disorders.
whether the patient will cause harm to you or your partner.
rapidly transporting the patient.
A behavioral crisis is MOST accurately…
any reaction to events that interferes with activities of dai…
Depression and schizophrenia are examp…
functional disorders.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 7
Pharmacology is defined as the:... study…
Which of the following statements rega…
Which of the following routes of medic…
When administered to a patient, a mete…
study of drugs and medications.
Over-the-counter drugs must be prescribed by a physician.
Intravenous
deliver the same dose each time it is administered.
Pharmacology is defined as the:... study…
study of drugs and medications.
Which of the following statements rega…
Over-the-counter drugs must be prescribed by a physician.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 6
When providing bag-mask ventilations t…
You see an infant capable of reaching…
An infant who is repeatedly rejected e…
Why do colds develop so easily in todd…
An infant's lungs are fragile.
4 months of age.
Anxious-avoidant attachment
All of the above
When providing bag-mask ventilations t…
An infant's lungs are fragile.
You see an infant capable of reaching…
4 months of age.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 2
Which of the following practices will…
The MOST effective way of preventing t…
While caring for a trauma patient, the…
Protective measures that prevent healt…
B. Consistent use of lights and siren
A. handwashing.
B. exposure.
B. standard precautions.
Which of the following practices will…
B. Consistent use of lights and siren
The MOST effective way of preventing t…
A. handwashing.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 1
Which of the following is an example o…
Quality control in an EMS system is th…
elling and the sound of breaking glass…
Which of the following is NOT a compon…
The EMT defibrillates a cardiac arrest patient, begins CPR, a…
C. medical director.
C. retreat to a safe place until the police arrive.
C. Negative feedback to those who make mistakes while on a call
Which of the following is an example o…
The EMT defibrillates a cardiac arrest patient, begins CPR, a…
Quality control in an EMS system is th…
C. medical director.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 9
Breathing is controlled by an area in…
The EMT should assess a patient's tida…
In an otherwise healthy individual, th…
Signs of adequate breathing in the adu…
brain stem.
observing for adequate chest rise.
increased level of carbon dioxide in the blood.
shallow chest rise.
Breathing is controlled by an area in…
brain stem.
The EMT should assess a patient's tida…
observing for adequate chest rise.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 13
The process in which oxygen and carbon…
Which of the following respiratory dis…
Which of the following diseases is pot…
All of the following are causes of acu…
respiration.
Asthma
SARS
emphysema.
The process in which oxygen and carbon…
respiration.
Which of the following respiratory dis…
Asthma
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 14
All of the following are common signs…
While palpating the radial pulse of a…
A 56-year-old man has an acute myocard…
Major controllable risk factors for an…
headache.
an arrhythmia.
Coronary arteries
cigarette smoking.
All of the following are common signs…
headache.
While palpating the radial pulse of a…
an arrhythmia.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 15
A 41-year-old man presents with slow,…
An acute ischemic stroke is caused by:…
A 56-year-old man experienced a sudden…
Unlike an ischemic stroke, a transient…
brain stem.
a blocked cerebral artery.
hemorrhagic stroke.
symptoms that persist for longer than 24 hours.
A 41-year-old man presents with slow,…
brain stem.
An acute ischemic stroke is caused by:…
a blocked cerebral artery.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 20
A behavioral crisis is MOST accurately…
Depression and schizophrenia are examp…
When assessing a patient with a behavi…
General guidelines to follow when cari…
any reaction to events that interferes with activities of dai…
functional disorders.
whether the patient will cause harm to you or your partner.
rapidly transporting the patient.
A behavioral crisis is MOST accurately…
any reaction to events that interferes with activities of dai…
Depression and schizophrenia are examp…
functional disorders.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 14
All of the following are common signs…
While palpating the radial pulse of a…
A 56-year-old man has an acute myocard…
Major controllable risk factors for an…
headache.
an arrhythmia.
Coronary arteries
cigarette smoking.
All of the following are common signs…
headache.
While palpating the radial pulse of a…
an arrhythmia.
11 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 10
The term "shock" is MOST accurately de…
Anaphylactic shock is typically associ…
urticaria
Signs of compensated shock include all…
cardiovascular collapse leading to inadequate perfusion.
urticaria.
Also called hives; a skin eruption of pale reddish wheals wit…
weak or absent peripheral pulses.
The term "shock" is MOST accurately de…
cardiovascular collapse leading to inadequate perfusion.
Anaphylactic shock is typically associ…
urticaria.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 17
Type 1 diabetes is a condition in whic…
A 45-year-old man with type 1 diabetes…
A diabetic patient presents with a blo…
Which combination of factors would MOS…
glucose utilization is impaired.
"Did he take his insulin today?"
excretion of glucose and water from the kidneys.
Skipping a meal and taking insulin
Type 1 diabetes is a condition in whic…
glucose utilization is impaired.
A 45-year-old man with type 1 diabetes…
"Did he take his insulin today?"
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 19
Which of the following questions is of…
A 30-year-old male, who ingested an un…
When caring for a patient with a surfa…
Most poisonings occur via the ________…
"Why did you take the medication?"
collect the vomitus and bring it to the hospital.
avoid contaminating yourself or others.
ingestion
Which of the following questions is of…
"Why did you take the medication?"
A 30-year-old male, who ingested an un…
collect the vomitus and bring it to the hospital.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 5
The __________ lie(s) in the retroperi…
The cartilaginous tip of the sternum i…
A person with bilateral femur fracture…
The MOST prominent landmark on the ant…
kidneys
xiphoid process.
fractured both of his or her femurs.
thyroid cartilage.
The __________ lie(s) in the retroperi…
kidneys
The cartilaginous tip of the sternum i…
xiphoid process.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 19
Which of the following questions is of…
A 30-year-old male, who ingested an un…
When caring for a patient with a surfa…
Most poisonings occur via the ________…
"Why did you take the medication?"
collect the vomitus and bring it to the hospital.
avoid contaminating yourself or others.
ingestion
Which of the following questions is of…
"Why did you take the medication?"
A 30-year-old male, who ingested an un…
collect the vomitus and bring it to the hospital.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 10
The term "shock" is MOST accurately de…
Anaphylactic shock is typically associ…
urticaria
Signs of compensated shock include all…
cardiovascular collapse leading to inadequate perfusion.
urticaria.
Also called hives; a skin eruption of pale reddish wheals wit…
weak or absent peripheral pulses.
The term "shock" is MOST accurately de…
cardiovascular collapse leading to inadequate perfusion.
Anaphylactic shock is typically associ…
urticaria.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 4
When health care providers force their…
When communicating with an elderly pat…
While caring for a 5-year-old boy with…
Which of the following pieces of patie…
cultural imposition
step back to avoid making the patient uncomfortable.
allow a parent or caregiver to hold the child if the situatio…
The patient's family medical history
When health care providers force their…
cultural imposition
When communicating with an elderly pat…
step back to avoid making the patient uncomfortable.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 6
When providing bag-mask ventilations t…
You see an infant capable of reaching…
An infant who is repeatedly rejected e…
Why do colds develop so easily in todd…
An infant's lungs are fragile.
4 months of age.
Anxious-avoidant attachment
All of the above
When providing bag-mask ventilations t…
An infant's lungs are fragile.
You see an infant capable of reaching…
4 months of age.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 20
A behavioral crisis is MOST accurately…
Depression and schizophrenia are examp…
When assessing a patient with a behavi…
General guidelines to follow when cari…
any reaction to events that interferes with activities of dai…
functional disorders.
whether the patient will cause harm to you or your partner.
rapidly transporting the patient.
A behavioral crisis is MOST accurately…
any reaction to events that interferes with activities of dai…
Depression and schizophrenia are examp…
functional disorders.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 12
A seizure patient is having what kind…
If an injury distracts an EMT from ass…
If a "frequent flier" calls 9-1-1 beca…
If your medical patient is not in crit…
Neurologic
tunnel vision.
assume you know what the problem is; every case is different,…
However long it takes to gather as much information as possible
A seizure patient is having what kind…
Neurologic
If an injury distracts an EMT from ass…
tunnel vision.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 7
Pharmacology is defined as the:... study…
Which of the following statements rega…
Which of the following routes of medic…
When administered to a patient, a mete…
study of drugs and medications.
Over-the-counter drugs must be prescribed by a physician.
Intravenous
deliver the same dose each time it is administered.
Pharmacology is defined as the:... study…
study of drugs and medications.
Which of the following statements rega…
Over-the-counter drugs must be prescribed by a physician.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 8
During the scene size-up, you should r…
You arrive at the scene of an "injured…
Findings such as inadequate breathing…
Which of the following would you NOT d…
the ratio of pediatric patients to adult patients.
retreat to a safe place and wait for law enforcement to arrive.
primary assessment.
Rapid heart rate
During the scene size-up, you should r…
the ratio of pediatric patients to adult patients.
You arrive at the scene of an "injured…
retreat to a safe place and wait for law enforcement to arrive.
10 terms
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 15
A 41-year-old man presents with slow,…
An acute ischemic stroke is caused by:…
A 56-year-old man experienced a sudden…
Unlike an ischemic stroke, a transient…
brain stem.
a blocked cerebral artery.
hemorrhagic stroke.
symptoms that persist for longer than 24 hours.
A 41-year-old man presents with slow,…
brain stem.
An acute ischemic stroke is caused by:…
a blocked cerebral artery.
EMT Basic - Orange Book - Chapter 8
During the scene size-up, you should r…
You arrive at the scene of an "injured…
Findings such as inadequate breathing…
Which of the following would you NOT d…
the ratio of pediatric patients to adult patients.
retreat to a safe place and wait for law enforcement to arrive.
primary assessment.
Rapid heart rate
During the scene size-up, you should r…
the ratio of pediatric patients to adult patients.
You arrive at the scene of an "injured…
retreat to a safe place and wait for law enforcement to arrive.
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