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Paramedic Test - Random
1. You and your partner Lenny arrive on scene to find a 50 year old man complaining of shortness of breath. He is lying in bed with his eyes closed and opens them when you call, "Sir". He is oriented to person, place, and time but has no response to your command or to pain. This man has a GCS of...?
2. Epinephrine can be administered by all of the following routes EXCEPT:
  ET tube
  IV therapy and High flow O2
3. The correct pediatric dosage for adenosine is _________.
  0.1 mg/kg
  0.01 mg/kg
  0.05 mg/kg
  1 mg
4. An expected mean systolic BP in newborns, infants, toddlers, and preschool aged children is?
  50 mm Hg
  60 mm Hg
  70 mm Hg
  100 mm Hg
5. Fractures of the femur typically cause how much blood loss?
  None of the above
6. The primary use for flumazenil is______________.
  To reverse effects of benzodiazepines
  To reverse CNS depression associated with the use of fentanyl
  As a premedication for RSI
  To treat drug overdose
7. During anaphylaxis the vessels of the circulatory system __________________ while the passages of the airway _______________.
  Constrict / dilate
  Get smaller / get bigger
  Collapse / expand
  Dilate /swell
8. The kidneys are part of the_______________ and help_____________.
  Lymphatic system / regulate hormone levels
  Endocrine system / metabolize carbohydrates
  Digestive system / digest food
  Urinary system / filter waste
9. An avulsion occurs when?
  Skin and tissue are pulled back
  A laceration is very deep
  The abrasion covers more than 10% of the body
  None of the above
10. What is your interpretation of the ECG strip above?
  Second Degree Type II Heart Block
  Atrial Fibrillation
  Third Degree Heart Block
  Sinus Arrhythmia
11. You and your partner Wendy have just arrived on scene to a report of a woman having a seizure. When you enter the room you witness the patient's muscles tensing down where they remain rigid. This period of the seizure is called?
12. When administering medications via the ETT, the dosage route should be how much greater than the IV route?
  1 to 1.5 times the amount
  3 times the amount
  2 to 2.5 times
  There is no change
13. Bigeminy refers to?
  A PAC every other beat
  A PJC every other beat
  Three or more PVC's in a row
  A PVC every other beat
14. You are assessing a possible stroke patient. What scale would you use?
  1 through 10
15. What is your interpretation of the ECG strip above?
  Normal Sinus Rhythm
  Sinus Arrhythmia
  Junctional Rhythm
  Atrial Fibrillation

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