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CPAP

1 CE

CPAP

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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CPAP

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You have started a lethargic patient with history of CHF & COPD on 5 cm of CPAP due to low oxygen saturation. Her SpO2 improves slightly but her LOC deteriorates and she is no longer arousable. What is the most appropriate action?

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Which of the following is/are risks of CPAP therapy?

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Which of the following is/are contraindication(s) of CPAP?

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CPAP may be indicated in the management of which of the following?

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Epi Auto-Injector

1 CE

Epi Auto-Injector

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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An allergic reaction may be immediate or progress more slowly, up to hours.

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The adult dose for a patient is based upon them weighing equal to or greater than 30 kg or 66 lbs.?

3 / 5

The best site for using the Epinephrine Autoinjector is the upper, outer lateral thigh in a pediatric patient?

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You should administer epinephrine to a patient who was stung by a bee no matter what their signs and symptoms just in case they have an anaphylactic reaction?

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You use the pediatric Autoinjector for patients that weigh less than 30 kg or 66 lbs.?

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Pit Crew/ High Performance CPR

3 CEs

Objectives: Review the Science off High Performance CPR
Review the Mechanics of HPCPR
Review the Pit Crew Approach to Cardiac Arrest
Learn new HPCPR Algorithms

Pit Crew/High Performance CPR

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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OHCA is a:

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During HP CPR, switch compressors every:

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When doing HP CPR:

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HP CPR requires agreement and understanding of method by:

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HP CPR is best done with:

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Continuous chest compressions (CCR)and chest compression depth (CCD) correlate with:

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Which is NOT a barrier to implementing or maintaining a cardiac resuscitation system of care in a community:

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Without ROSC before hospital arrival, survival to hospital discharge is:

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Key components to effective HPCPR are:

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The delegation of tasks should be done:

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Stop the Bleed

1 CE

Objectives:
Review and teach the concepts and basic skills required to keep patients with life-threatening bleeding injuries alive until professional assistance or additional resources arrive.

Stop the Bleed

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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You should remove the gauze if the wound bleeds through, and apply clean gauze instead.

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Direct pressure is often the most appropriate first step in stopping the bleed.

3 / 5

Tourniquets can be used on the trunk.

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Tourniquets are best used for severe bleeding from the extremities.

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Hemostatic dressing is best used for extreme core bleeding

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Stroke

4 CEs

LEARNING OUTCOME: Upon completion of this continuing education course, you will demonstrate an understanding of the anatomical alterations, pathophysiology, and emergency care.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

 Identify some risk factors for stroke.

 Discuss the major classifications of stroke.

 Describe the structural anatomy of the normal brain and the alterations in function resulting from stroke.

 Outline the pathophysiology and etiology of stroke.

 Describe the components of prehospital care and evaluation of stroke

Stroke

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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Because of the broader window of treatment time and therapies available, EMS needs to reconsider:

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In one study in a suburban/urban, it indicated that EMS system planners may anticipate that approximately 1 in 10 patients (including 1 in 4 with acute ICH) will deteriorate between the scene and the ED arrival.

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Many interventions for treatment of acute stroke are most effective when initiated as soon as possible after stroke onset.

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Signs can alert the doctors to where the stroke occurred. Signs of stroke are important for EMS to document because it can provide a pre-notification report to the receiving hospital.

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Right hemispheric incidents typically show on the left side of the body.

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TIAs must be considered a medical emergency because approximately 15% of strokes occur after a TIA.

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Physiological and neurological differences present depending on where a stroke occurs.

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The Circle of Willis is a joining of arteries:

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RACE stroke assessment includes Facial Palsy, arm strength, leg strength, gaze or head deviation, and:

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What percentage of stroke patients call EMS over one hour after symptoms began?

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In trials, the increase in successful recovery was attributed to faster treatment times.

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Stroke can affect: memory, senses, emotions, physical body.

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How a stroke affects a person’s physiology depends on where the stroke occurred in the brain.

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The majority of strokes are Ischemic.

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Hemorrhagic stroke:

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Ischemic stroke:

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The types of stroke are:

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There are ten causes of stroke.

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Stroke is a sudden impairment in brain:

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