When approaching a scene, what is the first thing you do?
Scene Safety
When does scene size-up begin?
Dispatch
What is the last thing Gayle had thrown up on her in the back of an ambulance?
Chinese Noodles
After scene safety, what comes next?
BSI
When carrying a patient downstairs on a Reeves, what goes down first, head or feet?
Feet
Which of the following will deliver a medium velocity impact? Bullet, knife or ice pick,
Bullet
A male appears in distress and is clutching at his chest, what might he be suffering from?
cardiac problem
Vital signs are reevaluated every ______ minutes for an unstable patient?
five
Where does Jim go to get away from the class?
Florida
When assessing an unconscious patient, what is the first thing you assess?
abc's
What does V stand for in AVPU?
Voice
A fall of greater than _____ feet is considered severe in an adult?
twenty
During the primary assessment of an unresponsive adult, where is the pulse checked?
carotid
The method of using a stethoscope to take a blood pressure is called?
auscultatation
What is the normal response of pupils when exposed to bright light?
Constriction
The term cyanosis is used when the patients skin is ____-_____ in color
blue-gray
During the primary assessment of an unresponsive infant, where is the pulse checked?
brachial
What class was snowed out on January 23, 24
Hazmat
What is the sound of the soft tissue of the upper airway creating impedance or partial obstruction to the flow of air?
snoring
The trachea branches off at the ___________ and forms two mainstem bronchi
carina
The high-pitched sound caused by an upper airway obstruction is known as
Stridor
When suctioning the airwa, suction should never be applied for longer than __________ seconds?
ten
Which of the following structures is found in the lower airway?
Bronchi
What did Shannon want the class to bring on he rlast night teaching?
cake
The jaw-thrust maneuver is the only __________ airway procedure for an unconscious patient with possible head, neck, or spine injury or unknown mechanism of injury?
recommended
How many hours are you allowed to miss during class time?
fifteen
What does the S stand for in BSI?
substance
What does the A stand for in SAMPLE?
Allergies
What does the P stand for in OPQRST
Provication
What is a contraindication for giving nitro?
EDdrugs
What does the M stand for in PMS
motor
What is the name of the position when a patient is laying on his back?
supine
What is the term for towards the midline of the body
Medial
Can a stair chair be used to move an unconscious patient
no
How many calls are you required to complete in this class?
twelve
The term for the back of the body is?
posterior
What is the pressure exerted by circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels?
Bloodpressure
What is a Sphygmomanometer?
B\p cuff
What certification will you recieve at the end of the class?
emt
It is considered implied consent when a patient is?
unconscious