EMR Quiz 1 Question 1 of 20The Emergency Medical Services system may best be defined as a:trauma system for people who have no medical insurancecommunication network for fire, police and rescue unitsgroup of publicly owned amulances that serve an areanetwork of resources that provide care to the ill or injuredQuestion 2 of 20The EMR is one link in the chain of services that forms the:Emergency Medical Services (EMS) systemCommunity Emergency Outreach (CEO) systemHealth and Welfare System (HWS)Patient Emergency Care Response (PCR) systemQuestion 3 of 20One of your most important roles as an EMR is:performing advanced techniques such as cardiac monitoringprotecting yourself and your crewadministering medication to patients who need itrestraining violent or threatening patientsQuestion 4 of 20Maintaining a professional appearance as an EMR is important because it: instills confidence in patients and their familiesis a local, provincial, and federal requirementallows other rescuers to recognize you from your dresslets bystanders know that you are importantQuestion 5 of 20Kris, your partner, has just returned from a call involving the severe injury of a child. Kris is nauseous and irritable. You recognize:an emotional response to the stress of the callthe warning signs of a mental disorderan abnormal response to the child's injuryindicative of an infectious diseaseQuestion 6 of 20Returning to the station after the death of a patient, you observe that your partner is "not himself". Your have the same perception the next day and also notice that he is having a hard time making decisions and concentrating. A likely cause is:alcoholismcritical incident stresspossible mental illnesshead traumaQuestion 7 of 20EMRs may contract infectious diseases by way of:contaminated objectsdroplets coughed or sneezed into mouth, nose, or eyesall of the aboveblood-to-blood contactQuestion 8 of 20The term"body substance isolation: may best be defined as:assuming that all body fluids are potentially infectiouswarning other rescuers when a patient has a diseaseasking the patient if she has a disease that is contagioustaking precautions around a patient who is bleedingQuestion 9 of 20Which one of the following statements is true?It is not necessary to remove jewelry is order to wash your hands effectively.Water and plenty of friction is all you need for effective hand washing.Handwashing is not always necessary, especiallly if you wear gloves.Handwashing is the most effective means of preventing spread of disease.Question 10 of 20An EMR's scope of practice is defined by:verbal consent of the patient's familythe duty to actmastery of skills and a refreder couresprovincial law and local regulationsQuestion 11 of 20It is acceptable for EMRs to go beyond their scope of practice:alwaysonly with childernneversometimesQuestion 12 of 20The patient and her family do not want CPR performed in the event that she becomes breathless and pulseless. What would permit an EMS responder to follow those wishes?a Do Not Resuscitate orderoff-line medical controlan implied consent forma Good Samaritan orderQuestion 13 of 20A competent adult may refuse treatment:after getting permission from the policewhen the EMR agreesonly if there is a physician on scenefor any reason whatsoeverQuestion 14 of 20An EMR provides emergency care to an adult male who is unconscious and seriously injured. This is an example of:expressed consentadvance directivesubstituted consentimplied consentQuestion 15 of 20During which phase of an EMS response will you first hear details of a call?preparationdispatchpost-run dutiesen route to sceneQuestion 16 of 20Your have just reported that you are on your way to the scene of a vehicle collision at the intersection of W Hastings and Cambie Streets. What phase of an EMS response are you in?transfer of carearrival on sceneen route to the scenepost-run duriesQuestion 17 of 20In which phase of a response would you check and ready your equipment for service?dispatchpreparationpost-run dutiesen route to sceneQuestion 18 of 20You report your patient findings to the arriving Paramedics during which phase of a call?transfer of carearrival on sceneen route to the scenepost-run dutiesQuestion 19 of 20Which of the following would be considered Student Misconduct?Telling jokes during lunch and coffee breaks.Harassing a fellow student about their obesity.Organizing a "beer and pizza" night for your fellow students.Forming a student study group to prpoare for an evaluation.Question 20 of 20According to the Worker Compensation Board regulations, which of the folloing is not a First Aid Attendant's responsibility?Promptly provide injured workers with a level of care within the scope of the attendant's training.Refer all serious injuries to Medical Aid.Record signs and symptoms on an injured worker only if you feel the worker will be off work more than two days.The care of the injured worker until the responsibility for treatment is accepted by an ambulance serve acceptable to the Workers Compensation Board.