EMR Quiz 3 Question 1 of 20To manage a foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious child:perform chest thrusts, back blows, and finger sweepsturn the child up side down to enable gravity to help dislodge the objectperform abdominal thrusts in the same way you would on an adultperform abdominal thrusts, back blows, and fingers sweepsQuestion 2 of 20Consider the use of a nasal cannula for your patient if:the patient is too anxious to tolerate a maskthe patient is cyanoticthe patient is having difficulty breathinghigh-concentration oxygen is neededQuestion 3 of 20The jaw-thrust manoeuvre opens the airway by:pulling the jaw away from the throatopening the larynx and closing the epiglottislifting the tongue away from th back of the throatseparating the upper and lower jawsQuestion 4 of 20When using an oxygen tank, the EMR:can lean over the tank to adjust the fittingscan use a regulator from any gas tank provided it fits securelyshould not allow combustible materials to touch the regulatorshould stand the tank up right next to the patientQuestion 5 of 20An infant, who is awake and having difficulty breathing, is suspected of having a foreign body airway abstruction. The EMR should first:perform abdominal thrusts, chest thrusts, and back blowsdeliver five abdominal thrusts followed by five finger sweepsopen the mouth and perform a blind finger sweepstraddle her over one arm, support her head, and deliver back blowsQuestion 6 of 20Your patient is NOT injured but is unresponsive. To open the airway:put one hand on the forehead, the other on the bony part of chin, and liftplace one hand under the jaw, the other on the neck, and lift upplace both hands at the angle of the jaw and gently push up and outpuill the upper jaw up and the lower jaw downQuestion 7 of 20In preparing to suction an adult, the EMR must:tilt the patient's chin onto her chestplace the patient in the recovery positiontake body substance isolation precautionsinsert an oropharyngeal airwayQuestion 8 of 20Ways that an EMR can clear an airway of secretions include all of the following EXCEPT:jaw-thrust manoeuvrefinger sweepssuctioningrecovery positionQuestion 9 of 20Inserting an oropharyngeal airway involves all of the following EXCEPT:place the tip of the airway into the nostrilpoint the tip of the airway toward the roof of the mouthgently rotate the airway until it is in proper positionlet the flange of the airway rest on the patient"s lipsQuestion 10 of 20The most common cause of a foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious adult is:denturesthe tonguevomitusfoodQuestion 11 of 20To manage the airway of a child who has inhaled an object and is coughing forcefully, the EMR should:immediately perfrom back blows and chest thrustleave the child with his parents. Staying will only scare him.stay with the child and encourage him to caugh out the objectimmediately perform the abdominal thrustsQuestion 12 of 20The principle organs of respiration are the:bronchus and alveolilobes and brainlungsnose and mouthQuestion 13 of 20a normal rate of breathing for a 40-year-old man would be __________ breaths per minute.15-3012-2025-508-16Question 14 of 20A patient who is having chest pains should receive:oxygen by nasal cannulaoxygen by nonrebreather maskoxygen by bag-valve-maskno supplemental oxygenQuestion 15 of 20To find the oropharyngeal airway that fits your patient, measure from the:tip of the nose to the tip of the earlobetip of the patient's nose to corner of the mouthcorner of the mouth to the tip of the earlobemiddle of the patient's lips to the angle of the jawQuestion 16 of 20The patient is disorented, drowsy, and confused. The EMR should suspect:leg fractureinadequate breathingspine injuryinfected woundQuestion 17 of 20Your patient is unresponsive after falling from a ladder. The best way to open this patient's air way is to use a _________ manoeuvre.jaw-thrustchin-tilt/jaw-liftadjusted rolled towelhead-tilt/chin-liftQuestion 18 of 20When ventilating a non-breathing 3-year old child, the correct rate would be?8 times a minute30 times a minute18 times a minute20 times a minuteQuestion 19 of 20The appropriate size BVM for using on a patient that weighs 20 kilograms would be:infant BVMAdult BVMChild BVMQuestion 20 of 20When using an Infant BVM on a 4-month old baby the EMR should ensure the patient is in neutral position by?Placing the infant on a firm surface before opening the airway.Placing a roll or pad underneath the baby's head.Placing a roll or pad underneath the baby's neck.Using a Head-tilt/Chin-lift and placing a roll or pad underneath the baby's shoulders.