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EMT-Basic Test - OB/Ped
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1. You assess a young man who has yellow colored sclera. You would suspect he is suffering from?
  Kidney disease
  Hepatic failure
  Pancreatic maltosis
  Liver failure
 
2. If a woman in labor is having contractions and says that she has to use the bathroom feeling the need to have a bowel movement you should?
  Assist her to the bathroom and tell her not to push very hard
  Not let her go
  Have her hold one hand over her vagina while having the bowel movement
  Have her hold her legs together to until the baby is crowning
 
3. You and your partner Norm arrive on scene to and unknown injury illness of a child who is 4 years old. Which of the following choices of vital signs would you hope the child to have?
  33 breaths a minute - pulse of 75 and Systolic BP of 90
  20 breaths a minute - pulse of 100 and Systolic BP of 110
  15 breaths a minute - pulse of 145 and Systolic BP of 90
  24 breaths a minute - pulse of 120 and Systolic BP of 95
 
4. A child of 6 has a sunburn over both arms. What percentage of the child's body is burned according to the rule of 9's?
  0.09
  0.18
  0.36
  0.1
 
5. You arrive on scene with your partner Giovanni to find a 84 year old woman who tells you a long colorful story about how she twisted her ankle while walking around the block. The first thing you should do is?
  Do a rapid trauma assessment
  Ask her if she is experiencing pain anywhere else
  Do a detailed physical exam of the ankle
  Make sure she has a patent airway
 
6. Which of the following may a cause a patient to have a seizure?
  Medications
  Head injury
  Epilepsy
  All of the Above
 
7. A woman's obstetrical history can be displayed using P and G. A woman who has had 3 pregnancies and 2 live births would be expressed as?
  P-3 - G-2
  P3G-2
  G3P3
  G3P2
 
8. Which of the following is NOT indicated in an 9 year old child who has suffered a skull fracture after being thrown from a horse?
  Nasopharyngeal airway
  C-spine stabilization
  Airway assessment
  Palpation of the extremities
 
9. Which laryngoscope blade would you choose when intubating a child?
  Miller
  Mickblade
  McIntosh
  Martin
 
10. If during delivery the umbilical cord presents first this is called?
  Placenta abruptio
  Relapsed cord
  Breech
  Prolapsed cord
 
11. You arrive on scene with your partner Abe to find a 64 year old woman who is very obese. Her son tells you she has a heart condition. She is unconscious with a baggie of what appears to be street drugs next to her. She is breathing at 18 a minute and regular - her pulse is 99 and her BP is 90/50. What is likely the cause for the low blood pressure?
  The heart condition
  The obesity
  The drugs
  Her age
 
12. Which of these items should you use during resuscitation of a child while using a BVM?
  AED
  BIRQ
  A folded towel under the child's shoulders
  Nasal canula at 12 lpm
 
13. You arrive on scene with your partner Ruben to a multiple car accident where you are the 3rd ambulance to arrive on the scene. You are told that there are 6 patients in 4 cars all requiring extrication. In the first car is a 21 year old woman who is 37 weeks pregnant - conscious and crying - a 16 year old boy who is crying and complaining of back pain - a 6 year old girl who has a abrasions on her face and open fracture of the ulna. She is conscious but her breathing is shallow and appears labored. In the second car is a 67 year old woman who is pinned against the steering wheel with visible brain matter. She has no pulse. In the third car are 2 teenagers. They are complaining of neck pain and appear to have an altered LOC. Neither was wearing a seatbelt and both have lacerations about their faces and on their heads. Who should be receiving treatment first?
  The pregnant woman
  The 6 year old girl
  The 67 year old man
  None
 
14. If your patient is a pregnant women with contractions 15 minutes apart who does not feel as though she needs to have a bowel movement you should?
  Prepare for delivery right there
  Transport to the hospital
  Puncture the amniotic sac
  Encourage her to push
 
15. The vocal cords of a child sit more_________________ and _________________superior on the cervical spine than an adult
  Superior / anterior
  Inferior / superior
  Inferior / anterior
  Lateral / anterior
 

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