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1. Atropine is an example of a/n?

2. Which drug usually controls Epileptic Seizures?

3. You are dispatched to a residence of a 59 y/o male patient who is complaining of substernal chest pain. Upon assessment of this patient, he is conscious, alert, and oriented. His skin is pale and diaphoretic. He is complaining of 9/10 chest pressure in which he notes that it radiates to his jaw and left arm. He states that it started roughly one hour ago while watching television. Your initial treatment of this patient should include?

4. You and your partner Leonard arrive on scene to assist paramedics who have just intubated a man in his 20's. One of the paramedics puts an end tidal CO2 monitor on the ET tube to verify that?

5. Morphine sulfate is used to ___________.

6. You are dispatched to a boat fire with multiple victims in the water. You are the only provider on scene. Upon arrival you find patient #1 shivering uncontrollably, but able to answer questions appropriately. Patient #2 is on a boat across the bay with another EMS unit. That unit relates that the patient is mildly hypothermic and doesn't want to be transported. Both patients indicate that a third person was with them and that he was burned badly. On scene command confirms that this patient is still in the water. Which is the most critical patient, and why?

7. After a long shift, EMT Huerta and Paramedic Yamaka are transporting an intoxicated man who was beat up at a party. The patient is cussing EMT Huerta for putting the oxygen mask on him when Paramedic Yamaka says, "Listen drunk, if you don't shut up I am going to knock you out!" This patient could make a case for ______________________ against Yamaka.

8. What is your interpretation of the ECG strip above?

9. A paramedic is performing a transcutaneous pacing. What should they increase until mechanical capture is achieved?

10. The environment that paramedics should strive to maintain while delivering prehospital care is?