EMS Operations Module

  1. You respond to an MCI. Your first patient states that he can't feel his hands.  Respirations at 30 breaths per minute. Pulse is rapid with delayed cap refill. He is alert but unable to walk. What is his priority level?
    Immediate/Red
  2. You respond to an MCI. Your first patient is an apneic middle-aged male.  You open his airway with a head-tilt-chin-lift and he begins gurgling respirations. He becomes apneic once you let go of his head. This patient's treatment priority is:
    deceased
  3. Your unit is the first to arrive at the scene of a semi-trailer that overturned in high winds. During your scene size-up you should check for:
    a. NFPA 704 building placards indicating hazardous materials.
    b. Shipping papers indicating hazardous materials.
    c. Placards or labels indicating hazardous materials.
    d. All of the above
    c. Placards or labels indicating hazardous materials.
  4. Which of the following areas should personnel and equipment decontamination should take place?
    a. Cool zone
    b. Cold zone
    c. Hot zone
    d. Warm zone
    a. Cool zone
  5. While arriving at the scene of a motor vehicle collision you should:
    a. Park at least 100 feet away from the wreckage if there is no fire or escaping liquids.
    b. Park downwind and downhill to avoid fire or escaping hazardous liquids.
    c. Park behind the wreckage if you are the first on the scene to warn motorists from behind.
    d. Leave all emergency revolving beacons, headlights, and flashers on for visibility.
    c. Park behind the wreckage if you are the first on the scene to warn motorists from behind.
  6. The area surrounding the contamination zone is called the:
    Warm Zone
Author
hiker0001
ID
275016
Card Set
EMS Operations Module
Description
EMS Operations Module
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