Responding to Emergencies
Quiz 1 (Preparation for EXAM I)
1. Which of the following comes first during a victim assessment?
a. Calling for help
b. Checking vitals
c. Call 911
d.Check level of consciousness
2. Which of the following is not part of the primary survey?
a. Check breathing
b. Survey the scene
c. Check level of consciousness
d. Assess airway
3. Breathing is an example of the interrelationship of body systems. Which of the following body systems is not involved in the breathing process?
a. Musculoskeletal
b. Respiratory
c. Nervous
d. Circulatory
4. Which abdominal quadrant is the liver in?
a. RUQ
b. LUQ
c. RLQ
d. LLQ
5. What bone comprises the upper arm?
a. radius
b. ulna
c. scapula
d. humerus
6. Whenever possible, begin your check of a conscious child at the toe rather than the head.
a. True
b. False
7. Which of the following statements regarding pulse is not true?
a. The pulse is created by the contractions of the heart.
b. The average adult pulse is 90-110/minute.
c. During adult CPR the pulse is taken at the radial pulse.
d. Shock causes the pulse to increase.
e. b and c are not true
8. The point at which the heart stops beating is called ________.
a. Clinical death
b. Cardiac distress
c. Biological death
d. Myocardial Infarction
9. Which of the following statements is not true regarding shock?
a. There is failure of the circulatory system to provide adequate oxygen-rich blood to all parts of the body.
b. In response to shock the body will reduce peripheral blood flow.
c. The heart rate usually decreases as a result of shock.
d. Shock results in diminished organ perfusion.
10. A condition that narrows the air passages, is more common in children than adults, and results in wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness is ___________.
a. hyperventilation
b. anaphylactic shock
c. asthma
d. airway obstruction

Quiz 2 (Preparation for EXAM II)

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