RMA 23

  1. What % of the body is involved in a burn that covers one arm and the head of an adult?





    A
  2. The good samaritan law explicity allows medical assistants?





    C
  3. In emergency childbirth, at what point should the umbilical cord be tied and cut?





    E
  4. To treat frostbite, a medical assistant can





    C
  5. Which of the following are symptoms of heat-stroke?





    B
  6. When treating a second degree burn a medical assistant should





    A
  7. When Bill Williams scraped his skin, he most likely got a





    B
  8. Irreversible brain damage can be caused by tissue anoxia lasting





    C
  9. Which of the following is a correct way to treat a snakebite?





    C
  10. If a patient is bleeding from the lower arm and direct pressure and elevation do not srop the bleeding, where should pressure be applied?





    E
  11. One possible cause of stroke is





    B
  12. White, waxy, or grayish yellow skin that also feels crusty and softness in tissue beneath the skin could indicate





    B
  13. WHich of the following is a possible treatment of syncope:





    E
  14. The Heimlich maneuver is used for which of the following?





    C
  15. Anaphylactic shock occurs following





    B
  16. Which of the following should not be done by a patient with a concussion?





    C
  17. The most severe and major complication for burn victims is





    C
  18. Which of the following should not be done when a patient complains of abdominal pain?





    E
  19. Closed wound are called





    A
  20. When administering CPR, how many compressions should you do?





    C
  21. According to Good Samaritan laws,





    C
  22. Chest pain might indicate





    E
  23. When you suspect neck injury, what action should you take to open the patient's airway before administering rescue breathing?





    C
  24. Treat hypoglycemia by





    A
  25. What is the best location to check the pulse of a 48-year old male who is unconscious and not breathing?





    A
  26. An adult is in sudden cardiac arrest. Which of the follwoing gives the victim the best chance of survival?





    A
  27. WHich of the following describes the best way to deliver rescue breaths with a pocket mask, but without additional oxygen?





    B
  28. You are babysitting your infant nephew. You are alone and find the infant unresponsive. WHich of the following is the best action?





    A
  29. A 26-year-old woman has swallowed an overdose of prescribed sleeping pills. She is now unresponsive. When you open her airway, you find that she is gasping for breath and is not breathing normally at all. Using a pocket mask, you provide 2 rescue breaths and check for signs of circulation, including her pulse, which is rapid but weak. What should you do next?





    A
  30. Which of the following statemtents best describes the problems that are most commonly present in children or infants whose condition deteriorates to cardiac arrest?





    E
  31. You are providing rescue breathing to an unresponsive, nonbreathing child who shows signs of circulation. How often should you provide rescue breaths for this child?





    D
  32. You are alone, providing CPR for a 3-year-old child. Which fo the following describes the correct technique you should follow in performing chest conmpressions on this child?





    B
  33. Which of the following is the correct ratio of compressions to ventialtions for child or infant CPR?





    E
Author
KimJ
ID
29622
Card Set
RMA 23
Description
RMA 23
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