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A complete cranial nerve exam encompasses all of the following nerves except:
A Medical Intelligence Assessment (MIA) should assess:
A serious complication that may result from vascular access of the external jugular vein is:
Acetazolamide is a drug best used for:
After reduction of a dislocated distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint, which of the following should be done?
At 3,000 meters elevation, a member of your climbing group appears confused, very unsteady on his feet, and has begun vomiting. What condition does this patient most likely have?
Besides a straight elevator and extraction forceps, what other instrument would most assist in the extraction of a tooth?
Fill in the blank: A vital nursing intervention in Prolonged Field Care is “turn/cough/_______________.”
The Eldon card is used for:
The EZ-IO drill can be placed into all of the following bones, except:
The ideal lubricant for a urinary catheter is:
The ideal needle type for suturing skin is:
The organism most commonly responsible for pneumonia in an immunocompetent patient is:
The shoulder joint most commonly dislocates in which direction?
The tuberculosis organism is a member of what genus?
What are some of the characteristics of vipers?
What concentration of epinephrine would you inject into the vastus lateralus muscle of your anaphylactic patient?
When bringing antibiotics into a foreign country, you must always ensure:
Which of the following bones is included in the Ottawa Ankle Rules assessment?
Which of the following is considered good medical planning in remote settings?
Which of the following is considered the most severe diving injury?
Which of the following is not a desirable property of an IV site during prolonged field care?
Which of the following principles applies to the usual placement of a simple interrupted suture?
Which of the following vascular access options has the highest risk of localized infection?
Which of the following vectors is responsible for the spread of Chagas disease (American trypanosomiasis)?
Which vector is responsible for the spread of the dengue virus?
While on clinical rotation at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre in Tanzania, you run a malaria Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT) on a febrile patient. How would you interpret these test results?
While on deployment to Uganda, one of your teammates falls ill with fever, chills, cough, and abdominal pain. You note that he has been regularly swimming in the nearby lakes, despite your warnings not to do so. He is most likely afflicted with:
Your patient’s urine output during prolonged field care should be in what range?