EMR Quiz 3

Question 1 of 20

To manage a foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious child:





Question 2 of 20

Consider the use of a nasal cannula for your patient if:





Question 3 of 20

The jaw-thrust manoeuvre opens the airway by:





Question 4 of 20

When using an oxygen tank, the EMR:





Question 5 of 20

An infant, who is awake and having difficulty breathing, is suspected of having a foreign body airway abstruction. The EMR should first:





Question 6 of 20

Your patient is NOT injured but is unresponsive. To open the airway:





Question 7 of 20

In preparing to suction an adult, the EMR must:





Question 8 of 20

Ways that an EMR can clear an airway of secretions include all of the following EXCEPT:





Question 9 of 20

Inserting an oropharyngeal airway involves all of the following EXCEPT:





Question 10 of 20

The most common cause of a foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious adult is:





Question 11 of 20

To manage the airway of a child who has inhaled an object and is coughing forcefully, the EMR should:





Question 12 of 20

The principle organs of respiration are the:





Question 13 of 20

a normal rate of breathing for a 40-year-old man would be __________ breaths per minute.





Question 14 of 20

A patient who is having chest pains should receive:





Question 15 of 20

To find the oropharyngeal airway that fits your patient, measure from the:





Question 16 of 20

The patient is disorented, drowsy, and confused. The EMR should suspect:





Question 17 of 20

Your patient is unresponsive after falling from a ladder. The best way to open this patient's air way is to use a _________ manoeuvre.





Question 18 of 20

When ventilating a non-breathing 3-year old child, the correct rate would be?





Question 19 of 20

The appropriate size BVM for using on a patient that weighs 20 kilograms would be:




Question 20 of 20

When using an Infant BVM on a 4-month old baby the EMR should ensure the patient is in neutral position by?