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Module 1 - Preparatory - Part 1 - Exam Review

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  • Q1
    During as EMS call, you should take standard precautions:
    immediately after completion of your primary assessment
    upon exiting the ambulance, but before actual patient contact
    any time before you load the patient into the ambulance
    after it has been determined that the patient is bleeding
  • Q2
    The ______ fills the entire anteroposterior depth of the right upper quadrant of the abdomen
  • Q3
    Which statement regarding the Good Samaritan law is correct?
    It will not protect the EMT in cases of gross negligence
    It guarantees that the EMT will not be held liable if he/she is sued.
    The law does not protect EMTs who are off duty.
    It provides the EMT immunity from a lawsuit.
  • Q4
    Which activity is a unique function of the emergency medical dispatcher (EMD)?
    Obtaining patient information from the caller
    Providing callers with life-saving instructions
    Relaying relevant information to the EMTs
    Directing the ambulance to the correct address
  • Q5
    Typical methods of assessing a patient's breathing DO NOT include:
    feeling for air movement at the nose and mouth
    observing the chest for adequate rise and fall
    observing for nasal flaring during inhalation
    listening to breath sounds with a stethoscope
  • Q6
    The proper technique for using the power grip is to:
    hold the handle with your fingers
    rotate your palms down
    position your hands about 6 inches apart
    lift with your palms up
  • Q7
    A patient has fractured both femurs. Anatomically, these injuries would be described as being:
  • Q8
    The _______ portion of the spinal column is joined to the iliac bones of the pelvis
  • Q9
    The _______ is made up of the maxilla and zygoma, as well as the frontal bone of the cranium.
  • Q10
    Upon arriving at the scene of a motor vehicle crash, you find a single patient still seated in his car. There are no scene hazards. As you approach the vehicle, you note that the patient is semiconscious and has a large laceration to his forehead. You should:
    slide a long backboard under his buttocks and lay him sideways on the board.
    direct your partner to apply manual in-line support of the patient's head
    apply a cervical collar and quickly remove the patient with a clothes drag
    apply a vest-style extrication device before attempting to move the patient
  • Q11
    Prescription glasses DO NOT provide adequate eye protection because they:
    are not secured with a strap
    have large rounded lenses
    offer little or no side protection
    do not have shatterproof lenses
  • Q12
    The carpal bones form the
  • Q13
    Which statement regarding HIV is correct?
    There is no vaccine against HIV infection
    It is easily transmittable in the EMS fieldl
    HIV is transmitted exclusively via blood
    It is far more contagious that hepatitis B
  • Q14
    The central nervous system is composed of the:
    brain and spinal cord
    brain and sensory nerves
    spinal cord and sensory nerves
    motor and sensory nerves
  • Q15
    At the scene of a mass-casualty incident, you identify a patient as an organ donor. When triaging the other patients, you:
    should transport the donor patient before critical patients
    must assign the donor the highest priority regardless of injuries
    may have to assign the donor patient a lower triage priority
    should use a separate ambulance to transport the donor patient

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