1. Rapid breathing is first seen in what stage of shock?
2. A man has both legs burned on the front and back, along with the fronts of both arms. Approximately what percentage of his body was burned?
3. Dispatch has called you to the scene of a U.S. mail truck that slid out of control on a dirt road and rolled over. Bystanders reported the truck has caught on fire and the driver is outside the truck trying to gather the dumped mail. As you arrive on scene the fire department is just getting the fire out and the driver of the truck is standing back watching the smoldering mess. You should:
4. If a trauma patient is unconscious and you do not know the mechanism of injury, you should always assume the patient?
5. Your patient is a 41 year old female who was found lying prone in the kitchen. She does not appear to be conscious and there is a pool of saliva next to her head. You and your partner log roll her into a supine position while maintaining c-spine stabilization. Just as you get the woman rolled over her husband tells you that she has a previous history of heart attacks. What would be the most appropriate course of action to take next?
6. You arrive on scene to find a 34-year-old male lying on the ground in a pool of blood. Bright, red blood is spurting from a large cut in his shirt sleeve and he is clutching a knife between his teeth. What should you do first?
7. Which of the following is considered a sign?
8. Signs and symptoms of Cushing's phenomenon include all of the following except:
9. Signs and symptoms of concussion include all of the following except:
10. Of the following, where shouldn't attention be focused during secondary assessment of the arms?
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