chapter 37 transport operations

  1. what type of ambulance is this?
    -conventional, truck cab chassis with a modular ambulance body that can be transferred to a newer chassis as needed
    type 1
  2. what type of ambulance is this?
    -standard van, forward-control cab body ambulance
    type 2
  3. what type of ambulance is this?
    specialty van cab with modular ambulance body that is mounted on a cut awayvan chassis
    type 3
  4. medic logo is called what
    star of life
  5. when should you inspect your rig?
  6. who operates dispatch?
    EMS or shared service
  7. who should get the following info?
    -nature of call
    -name of caller,location,call back number
    -number of patients
    -other pertinent info
  8. what is the most dangerous phase for an EMT?
    en route to the scene
  9. during a MCI the first most qualified person becomes the what?
    incident commander
  10. if an IC(incident commander) is established the job of the first ambulance is what?
  11. every ambulance after the triage ambulance job is what?
    treat and transport
  12. how far away should you park from a crash
  13. what info should yoy tell dispatch when youre ready to leave with patient
    • number of patient
    • name of recieving patient
    • beginning milage of ambulance
  14. ____:process of removing dirt, dust, blood, or other visible contaminants from a surface or equipment
  15. ____: the killing of pathogenic agents by directly applying a chemical made for that purpose to a surface or equipment
  16. ____: the killing of pathogenic agents by the use of potent means of disinfection
    high level disinfection
  17. ____: a process, such as the use of heat, that removes all microbial contamination
  18. what course do they require you to take before you drive?
    emergency vehicle operations course
  19. what should assume when you are driving with lights and sirens
    that they dont hear you
  20. what is this?
    causes drivers to driver faster in the presence of sirens, due to increase anxiety
    siren syndrome
  21. you are allowed to pass a school bus that is loading or unloading
  22. when can you use escorts and guides?
    when in unfamiliar territory
  23. what should you when responding and driving on the highway
    leave lights and sirens off until you have reached the far left lane
  24. you care allowed to exceed school zone speed limits
  25. how big should your landing one be for a helicopter minimum
    60 x 60 feet minimum
  26. what is the maximum landing zone size for helicopter
    100 x 100 ft
  27. the surface of the landign zone should be what
    hard or grassy level
  28. when loading a patient into a helicopter on uneven surface which side of the aircraft should you approach?
    lower side of the aircraft
  29. most helicopters are limited to what altitude?
  30. what speed to helicopters usually fly at?
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chapter 37 transport operations
chapter 37 transportation operations emergency care and transportation of the sick and injured 11th edition