bleeding oozes rather than flows
capillary
partial thickness classified as
second degree burns
type of shock treated with epinepherine
anaphylactic
referred to as syncope
fainting
type of injury necessary to flush with water/call EMS
chemical burns
bleeding flows more and is darker in color
venous
bleeding flows more rapidly/bright red and spurts
arterial
estimating body surface burned
rule of nines
this condition requires immobilization
musculoskeletal
heat related emergency displays moist pale skin, headaches and weakness
heat exhaustion
condition that occurs due to exposure to cold
hypothermia
shock resulted from hypoglycemia, requires giving sugar
insulin
sharp pain in the middle of the chest/pain down left arm
myocardial infarction
condition where you lie the patient down and open an airway
shock
bandage-injury at the elbow
figure eight
bandage-wound to lower leg
spiral
fracture to the long bone
splint
bandage-injury to finger
tubular
shock respiratory-treatment?
intubation
shock-cardiogenic/treatment?
ivdopamine
shock-septic/treatment?
iv norepinephrine
shock-hemorrhagic/treatment?
stop bleeding
shock-hypovolemic/treatment?
replace fluids
shock-anaphylactic/treatment?
epinephrine