chapter 25 bleeding

  1. Blood Vessels and Blood:

    white blood cells are responsible for fighting
    infection
  2. Blood Vessels and Blood:

    platelets are responible for _____
    clotting
  3. Pathophysiology and Perfusion:

    the brain and spinal cord can last ___ to ___ mins without perfusion
    4-6mins
  4. Pathophysiology and Perfusion:

    lungs can survive ___ to ___ without perfusion
    15-20mins
  5. Pathophysiology and Perfusion:

    kidneys can survive ___ mins without perfusion
    45mins
  6. Pathophysiology and Perfusion:

    skeletal muscles can survive __ to ___ hours without perfusion
    2-3hours
  7. Pathophysiology and Perfusion:

    ___ temperatures can extend life of a body system
    colder
  8. external bleeding: 

    hemorrage means ____
    bleeding
  9. external bleeding:

    the body cant tolerate blood loss of more than ____%
    20%
  10. external bleeding:

    adult males have approx. ___mL of blood per kg of body weight
    70mL
  11. external bleeding:

    adult females have approx. ___ mL of blood per kg of body weight
    65mL
  12. Significance of External Bleeding:

    adults can comfortably donate ___mL of blood over 15-20mins
    500mL
  13. Clotting:

    bleeding stops within about ___mins
    10mins
  14. Clotting:

    ____ is when a patient lacks one or more of them blood clotting factors
    hemophilia
  15. Signs and Symptoms of Internal Bleeding:

    blood in the urine is called ___
    hematuria
  16. Signs and Symptoms of Internal Bleeding

    blood in vomit is called ___
    hematemesis
  17. Signs and Symptoms of Internal Bleeding

    what is the black, foul smelling, tarry stool with digested blood called ____
    melena
  18. direct pressure:

    hold direct pressure for at least ___ mins
    5mins
  19. Hemostatic Agents:

    a chemical that slows or stops bleeding by assisting with clot formation
    hemostatic agent
  20. Hemostatic Agents:

    hemostatic agents are experimental
    true/false
    true
  21. tourniquet:

    you should ____ when the tourniquet was apply
    mark
  22. splints:

    monitor _ _ _ after splinting
    PMS
  23. Bleeding From the Nose, Ears, and Mouth:

    bleeding from the nose is known as
    epitaxis
  24. Bleeding From the Nose, Ears, and Mouth:

    bleeding from the nose and ears may indicate a ____ fracture
    skull
  25. Bleeding From the Nose, Ears, and Mouth:

     a halo ring around a blood droplet on a gauze pad can indicate CSF
    true/false
    true
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chapter 25 bleeding
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emergency care aand trasportation ofthe sick and injured 11th edition
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