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52 terms
WFR
Asthma - classic warning sign
Asthma - mild - SS
Asthma - mod - SS
Asthma - sev - SS
TIGHT CHEST, WEEZY
tight chest, SOB, cough, weezing, talking in full sentences
+tight chest, +SOB, +cough, mucus, +weezing, difficulty talki…
tripod, POC, accessory muscles, +weezing (ex and in), hypoxic…
Asthma - classic warning sign
TIGHT CHEST, WEEZY
Asthma - mild - SS
tight chest, SOB, cough, weezing, talking in full sentences
47 terms
WFR
The Big 3 most important factors in a…
PAS
BSI
MOI
1.Communication- SOAP notes... 2. Resourceful-be prepared,Mcguyv…
Patient Assessment system
body substance Isolation
mechanism of injury
The Big 3 most important factors in a…
1.Communication- SOAP notes... 2. Resourceful-be prepared,Mcguyv…
PAS
Patient Assessment system
16 terms
wfr
anterior
posterior
superior
inferior
in front of
behind
above
below
anterior
in front of
posterior
behind
36 terms
WFR
Oxygenation
Perfusion
Ischemia
Primary purposes of emergency medical…
To saturate blood with oxygen in the lungs
Is the adequate exchange of oxygen and waste products between…
Inadequate local tissue perfusion
Preserving oxygenation and perfusion
Oxygenation
To saturate blood with oxygen in the lungs
Perfusion
Is the adequate exchange of oxygen and waste products between…
15 terms
WFR
Scene Size-Up and Initial Assessment
SAMPLE
SOAP
ABCDE
...
S - Symptoms... A - Allergies... M - Medication... P - ... L - Last Ins/O…
S - Subjective... O - Objective... A - A... P - Plan
A - Airway... B - Breathing... C - Circulation... D - Decision... E - Exp…
Scene Size-Up and Initial Assessment
...
SAMPLE
S - Symptoms... A - Allergies... M - Medication... P - ... L - Last Ins/O…
134 terms
WFR
Ischemia leads to
Cells need
Brain cells die in
Heart cells die in
Infarction
Oxygen, sugar, water
4-6 minutes
10 min (cpr window)
Ischemia leads to
Infarction
Cells need
Oxygen, sugar, water
29 terms
WFR
When can you reduce a JOINT dislocation?
When can we reduce a SHOULDER dislocat…
When do we use traction?
What are the 5 steps of clearing a spi…
-Access to medical delayed... -Shoulder, patella or digit disloc…
-INDIRECT force... -Shoulder/patella/knee... -Evacuation will be pr…
When there is a lack of distil pulse (or cap refill)
1. Clear mental status... 2. Clear of new symptoms (sore neck/ti…
When can you reduce a JOINT dislocation?
-Access to medical delayed... -Shoulder, patella or digit disloc…
When can we reduce a SHOULDER dislocat…
-INDIRECT force... -Shoulder/patella/knee... -Evacuation will be pr…
9 terms
WFR
Calcaneous
Pneumothorax
Hemothorax
Hemopneumothorax
Heel bone
Air enters pleural space via puncture or tear and affects the…
Blood enters the pleural space
Blood and air enters the pleural space
Calcaneous
Heel bone
Pneumothorax
Air enters pleural space via puncture or tear and affects the…
10 terms
wfr
abrir - to open
apoyar - to support
aprender - to learn
bailar - to dance
ahorrar - to save
ayudar - to help
apretar (ie) - to squeeze
beber - to drink
abrir - to open
ahorrar - to save
apoyar - to support
ayudar - to help
24 terms
WFR
Anoxia
Hypoxia
Hypoperfusion
foreign body abstruction
not enough O2 in environment
not enough O2 in your cells
enough oxygen in blood but not profusing into cells
something clogging pharynx
Anoxia
not enough O2 in environment
Hypoxia
not enough O2 in your cells
21 terms
WFR
Hypovolemic
Cardiogenic
Vasogenic
Compensatory
Life threat bleed, dehydration, vomiting, diarrhea
Heart failure to pump blood
Spinal injury, anaphylaxis
Anxious, high HR, high RR, PCC, lightheaded
Hypovolemic
Life threat bleed, dehydration, vomiting, diarrhea
Cardiogenic
Heart failure to pump blood
11 terms
WFR
SAMPLE
OPQRST
LOR - level of responsiveness
Chain of Survival
Signs and Symptoms... Allergies... Medications... Paste pertinent medi…
Onset of pain/discomfort (rapid or gradual)... Provocation or Pa…
Person: A/Ox1 = knows only who they are... Place: A/Ox2 = knows…
Early 911... Early and Effective CPR... Early Defibrillation/AED... Ea…
SAMPLE
Signs and Symptoms... Allergies... Medications... Paste pertinent medi…
OPQRST
Onset of pain/discomfort (rapid or gradual)... Provocation or Pa…
48 terms
WFR
True Wilderness Medicine General
WMI
CPR
Appropriate actions for remote settings
Do not have the advantages of modern medicine
Wilderness Medicine Institute
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
reduce dislocations, clean wounds, clear spinal injury
True Wilderness Medicine General
Do not have the advantages of modern medicine
WMI
Wilderness Medicine Institute
35 terms
WFR
PAS
Spine and Spinal Cord Injuries: Signs…
Spine and Spinal Cord Injuries: Treatm…
Spine and Spinal cord injuries: MOIs
Patient Assessment System: Scene size-up (12345), Life Threat…
-pain, tenderness, or obvious injury along spine... -altered dis…
Protect the spine!... -Control the head manually with hands or h…
1. falls associated with a loss of LOR or a change in mental…
PAS
Patient Assessment System: Scene size-up (12345), Life Threat…
Spine and Spinal Cord Injuries: Signs…
-pain, tenderness, or obvious injury along spine... -altered dis…
61 terms
WFR
1 (scene survey)
2 (scene survey)
3 (scene survey)
4 (scene survey)
I'm # 1
What happened to you?... -mechanism of injury
Don't get any on me... -body substance isolation (BSI)
Are there more?... -number of patients
1 (scene survey)
I'm # 1
2 (scene survey)
What happened to you?... -mechanism of injury
125 terms
WFR
Wilderness Def
Primary Assessment Steps
ABCDE
3 Sections of Secondary Assessment
1 hr from definitive medical care
SS, BSI, General Impression (MOI/LOC), ABCDE
A - Approach and Assess . Airway (No? Rescue breathing or CPR…
Vitals, DPE (CSMsx4, CYA!, Open & expose) & AMPLE/OPQRST
Wilderness Def
1 hr from definitive medical care
Primary Assessment Steps
SS, BSI, General Impression (MOI/LOC), ABCDE
144 terms
WFR
Scene Size Up
ABCDE
SAMPLE
OPQRST
1.) I'm #1... 2.) What happened to you? (MOI)... 3.) None of that o…
Airway... Breathing (expose chest injuries)... Circulation (control…
Symptoms (OPQRST)... Allergies... Medications (Food, Meds, Environm…
Onset... Provokes/Palliates... Quality... Radiates... Severity... Time
Scene Size Up
1.) I'm #1... 2.) What happened to you? (MOI)... 3.) None of that o…
ABCDE
Airway... Breathing (expose chest injuries)... Circulation (control…
99 terms
WFR
Oxygenation and perfusion
the three major systems and the major…
Why is important to recognize patterns…
evolutionary onion
oxy: act of delivering oxygen to the red blood cells... per: the…
cardiovascular system------ shock, cannot deliver blood to bo…
vitals such as pulse, body temp, urine output, blood pressure…
the Brain is very sensitive when it is deprived of oxygen and…
Oxygenation and perfusion
oxy: act of delivering oxygen to the red blood cells... per: the…
the three major systems and the major…
cardiovascular system------ shock, cannot deliver blood to bo…
77 terms
WFR
what dose ICP stand for?
what is perfusion?
what is AVPU?
What is Edema?
Internal Cranial Pressure
movement of oxygenated blood under pressure
Alert, verbal, painful, unresponsive
fluid leakage of the cells over a 24 hour window
what dose ICP stand for?
Internal Cranial Pressure
what is perfusion?
movement of oxygenated blood under pressure
WFR
What is there a lot of in the wilderne…
Order of PT Assessment for Trauma PTs?
Order of PT Assessment for Medical PTs?
Five steps for Scene Size up
Time
Scene Size up, Life Threats, Head-Toe, Vitals, Hx, Problems a…
Scene Size up, Life Threats, Hx, Vitals, Head-Toe, Problems a…
1) Im #1 (Safety for me, group, PT)... 2) What happened to you (…
What is there a lot of in the wilderne…
Time
Order of PT Assessment for Trauma PTs?
Scene Size up, Life Threats, Head-Toe, Vitals, Hx, Problems a…
9 terms
WFR
What are the steps for a scene size up…
Steps for ABC's (second part of PAS)
What do you do after the scene size up?
What is the after ABC's?
1. I'm number 1, 2. What happened (MOI)? 3. Not on me (put on…
Airway, Breathing, Circulation (pulse and check for blood), D…
Ask for consent if the patient is responsive and stabilize th…
Head to Toe
What are the steps for a scene size up…
1. I'm number 1, 2. What happened (MOI)? 3. Not on me (put on…
Steps for ABC's (second part of PAS)
Airway, Breathing, Circulation (pulse and check for blood), D…
330 terms
WFR Recert
Survey the scene. What are 4 questions…
Initial Survey - List 8 things checked…
What causes shock? List 4 situations (…
Your patient fell 15feet and is found…
Is it safe?... How many patients?... What is the Mode Of Injury?... Wh…
Do I have consent to help?... What is your name and age?... What ha…
burns (amount of fluid)... heart attack (pump)... Anaphylactic shoc…
a) direct pressure... b) elevate the legs... c) lay down with spi…
Survey the scene. What are 4 questions…
Is it safe?... How many patients?... What is the Mode Of Injury?... Wh…
Initial Survey - List 8 things checked…
Do I have consent to help?... What is your name and age?... What ha…
98 terms
WFR Final
*Differences between wilderness medica…
4 Types of consent
The 10 Essentials (HEFFIRNNIS)
1. Hydration
1. Distance & Time ... 2. The Environment ... 3. Unique Situations…
1. Verbal/ expressed... 2. Implied (cannot ask, i.e. patient unc…
Minimum list of equipment required to handle most emergencies
Extra water
*Differences between wilderness medica…
1. Distance & Time ... 2. The Environment ... 3. Unique Situations…
4 Types of consent
1. Verbal/ expressed... 2. Implied (cannot ask, i.e. patient unc…
58 terms
WFR Review
Types of wounds
General course of action with wounds
How to stop bleeding
Tourniquets - do you ever release?
puncture, abrasion, incision, laceration, avulsion
1. Stop bleeding, 2. Clean wound, 3. Promote healing, 4. redu…
DIRECT PRESSURE w/ dressing, apply pressure bandange if unabl…
NO, apply continualy until patient reaches surgical care UNLE…
Types of wounds
puncture, abrasion, incision, laceration, avulsion
General course of action with wounds
1. Stop bleeding, 2. Clean wound, 3. Promote healing, 4. redu…
5 terms
WFR lightning
3 types
lightning Tx
cardiac arrest s/s
types of lightning injuries
splash... direct hit... ground current... contact... blast (air)
scene safety... treat ABCs... monitor vitals... evac
change in LOR... trauma ... burns
cardiopulmonary failure... neurological compromise... burns... eye inj…
3 types
splash... direct hit... ground current... contact... blast (air)
lightning Tx
scene safety... treat ABCs... monitor vitals... evac
10 terms
WFR diabetes
normal glucose/insulin processes
normal blood sugar
hypoglycemic
hyperglycemic
1. eat and digest... 2. + glucose=+ insulin... 3. insulin lets gluc…
80 to 120
40 to 80
120+
normal glucose/insulin processes
1. eat and digest... 2. + glucose=+ insulin... 3. insulin lets gluc…
normal blood sugar
80 to 120
18 terms
WFR 8
昨天
今天
明天
上星期
zuó tiān, yesterday
jīn tiān, today
míng tiān, tomorrow
shàng xīngqī, last week
昨天
zuó tiān, yesterday
今天
jīn tiān, today
18 terms
WFR1
wǒ - I
nǐ - you
tā - he
tā - she
wǒ - I
nǐ - you
8 terms
WFR 2
shuí, who
dǎ, to hit
yě, also, too
qiú, ball
shuí, who
dǎ, to hit
21 terms
WFR 7
现在
xiànzài, now
diǎn, o'clock
fēn, (points) minute
bàn, half
现在
xiànzài, now
diǎn, o'clock
18 terms
WFR 11
喜欢
还是
xǐhuān, to like
háishì, or (used in questions)
gāi, should
xiǎng, to think
喜欢
xǐhuān, to like
还是
háishì, or (used in questions)
18 terms
WFR 5
māo, cat
gǒu, dog
yǘ, fish
niǎo, bird
māo, cat
gǒu, dog
16 terms
WFR 9
天气
怎么样
但是
可能
tiānqì, weather
zěnmeyàng, how
dànshì, but
kěnéng, possibly/might/probably
天气
tiānqì, weather
怎么样
zěnmeyàng, how
23 terms
WFR 3
哪里
住在
cóng, from
lái, to come
nǎlǐ, where
zhùzài, to live (at)
cóng, from
lái, to come
20 terms
WFR 4
爸爸
妈妈
jiā, family
zhè, this
bàba, father
māma, mother
jiā, family
zhè, this
23 terms
WFR3
哪里
住在
cóng - from
lái - come
nǎlǐ - where
zhùzài - live in
cóng - from
lái - come
18 terms
WFR 1
她们
hǎo, good
shì, to be
ma, yes/no question word
tāmen, they (female)
hǎo, good
shì, to be
40 terms
WFR TRAINING
Patient Assessment
PPE
MOI
NOI
1. scene size up... 2. Primary Assessment... 3. Secondary Assessmen…
personal protective equipment
mechanism of injury
nature of illness
Patient Assessment
1. scene size up... 2. Primary Assessment... 3. Secondary Assessmen…
PPE
personal protective equipment
8 terms
WFR2
朋友
shuí - who
péngyou - friend
dǎ - to play
tī - to kick
shuí - who
朋友
péngyou - friend
28 terms
WFR NOLS
entire patient assessment triangle
crepitus
vital signs order
patient history
scene size up 1-5... 2 steps + life threats A-E... head to toe... vita…
bone to bone noises, cracking, popping noises
LOR... HR... RR... SCTM... BP... P ... T
age, sex, C/C, SAMPLE
entire patient assessment triangle
scene size up 1-5... 2 steps + life threats A-E... head to toe... vita…
crepitus
bone to bone noises, cracking, popping noises
90 terms
WFR Vocab
perfusion
shock
edema
ischemia
passing through of fluid to oxygenate organs
inadequate systemic perfusion in circulatory system
build up of serum from damaged or inflamed capillaries
inadequate local tissue perfusion as a result of swelling in…
perfusion
passing through of fluid to oxygenate organs
shock
inadequate systemic perfusion in circulatory system
13 terms
WFR 10
颜色
黑色
橙色
绿色
yánsè, color
hēisè, black
chéngsè, orange
lǜsè, green
颜色
yánsè, color
黑色
hēisè, black
49 terms
WFR Midterm
Wilderness medicine
Differences between wilderness medical…
Wilderness First Responder
Duty to Act
Vital emergency care in remote, natural settings
1. Distance & Time (delayed VS rapid notification & respons…
First person on the scene of some isolated, natural area, wit…
An individual's responsibility to come to the aid of another…
Wilderness medicine
Vital emergency care in remote, natural settings
Differences between wilderness medical…
1. Distance & Time (delayed VS rapid notification & respons…
111 terms
WFR Course
What are the three goals of the patien…
What are the five elements of the scen…
What do you do when you first approach…
What are the five elements of the init…
1) Don't become part of the problem. 2) Survey for any immedi…
1) I'm #1! Safety. 2) What happened to you? MOI. 3) Don't get…
before beginning the initial assessment?, Introduce yourself…
Airway: check in mouth and remove foreign object if visible.…
What are the three goals of the patien…
1) Don't become part of the problem. 2) Survey for any immedi…
What are the five elements of the scen…
1) I'm #1! Safety. 2) What happened to you? MOI. 3) Don't get…
44 terms
WFR Midterm
Wilderness
First Responder
Emergency Medicine
Military Medicine
In isolation, dominated by natural systems
First person on the scene (with some level of training)
Austere, military, wilderness
Developed as part of the military, gained in a military setti…
Wilderness
In isolation, dominated by natural systems
First Responder
First person on the scene (with some level of training)
21 terms
WFR Review
Patient Assessment
Scene Size Up
Life Threats / ABCDE
Head to Toe (what to check)
1. Scene Size Up... 2. Life Threats / ABCDE... 3. Head to Toe, Vita…
1. I'm number one (is it safe for me?)... 2. What happened to yo…
A: Airway... B: Breathing... C: Circulation (pulse and blood check)…
Head, face, and neck; shoulders; chest; abdomen; pelvis; geni…
Patient Assessment
1. Scene Size Up... 2. Life Threats / ABCDE... 3. Head to Toe, Vita…
Scene Size Up
1. I'm number one (is it safe for me?)... 2. What happened to yo…
17 terms
WFR Final
wounds
fractures
biological hazards - ticks & lyme
biological hazards - spiders
Types of wounds... • Puncture ... • Abrasion... • Incision... • Laceratio…
• Open vs. Closed fractures ... • Traction splints... • Anatomical…
Lyme: Manifests in 3-30 days... S/S - Early ... • Rash - bulls eye…
Wasps - Sting repeatedly... Honey bees - barbed stinger continue…
wounds
Types of wounds... • Puncture ... • Abrasion... • Incision... • Laceratio…
fractures
• Open vs. Closed fractures ... • Traction splints... • Anatomical…
11 terms
WFR chapter 2
contract and tort law
contract
tort law
negligence
areas of law that are most important to the care provider
promises that are expressed or implied, written or oral
wrongs to people and property not usually involving contracts
branch of tort law... the careless, unintentional act that harms…
contract and tort law
areas of law that are most important to the care provider
contract
promises that are expressed or implied, written or oral
10 terms
WFR fabulae
ianuae
laudo
multi
nos
door
praise
many
we, us
ianuae
door
laudo
praise
18 terms
WFR 11
喜欢
还是
xǐhuān, to like
háishì, or (used in questions)
gāi, should
xiǎng, to think
喜欢
xǐhuān, to like
还是
háishì, or (used in questions)
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