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Which of the following clinical presentations warrants immediate transport?
Which of the following actions will provide the BEST personal protection when caring for a patient on uneven terrain?
Upon arriving at the scene of a patient with difficulty breathing, you find the patient, a 25-stone man, sitting on the couch in his living room. The patient is conscious and alert and tells you that he is chronically short of breath, but feels worse today and wishes to be transported to the hospital. As you begin your assessment, your colleague should:
Which of the following tasks should you assign to another provider as you perform a rapid trauma assessment while your colleague maintains c-spine control and manages the patient’s airway?
When assessing the head and face during the detailed physical examination, you should:
Whether your patient’s problem is medical or traumatic in origin, you must:
A responsive patient who is talking or crying:
When the blood vessels supplying the skin are fully dilated, the skin becomes:
The rapid trauma assessment is usually performed:
Which of the following terms is MOST descriptive of an abnormal mental status?
A patient with a blood pressure of 210/100 mm Hg would be expected to have a pulse that is:
Which of the following actions would you likely NOT perform at the scene of a fall before engaging in the care of a conscious patient?
When assessing an injured patient’s mental status, the patient knows his name but is unable to recall the events that preceded the injury. From this, you can conclude that:
Which of the following mechanisms of injury would be the LEAST likely to cause life-threatening injuries?
The presence of crackles during auscultation of the chest indicates all of the following conditions, EXCEPT:
After performing your initial assessment of a patient, your next action should be to:
The history of present illness is MOST accurately described as:
A multi-systems-trauma patient opens his eyes in response to pain, moans when you ask him his name, and withdraws from painful stimuli. From this information, you should:
Which of the following significant mechanisms of injury is unique to the infant and child?
Snoring sounds during respirations are MOST likely caused by:
For a responsive patient with a medical complaint, you will MOST likely form your working diagnosis based on information gathered during the:
What type of pain has its origin in a particular location, but is described by the patient as pain in a different location?
When assessing a trauma patient’s chest, you should remember that:
Which of the following assessment findings is MOST significant in a patient with penetrating chest trauma?