EMR Quiz 7

Question 1 of 20

Mr. Green was caught between a truck and a loading dock. He was removed by co-workers. You determine that his chief complaint is breathing difficulty due to a crushing chest and abdominal injury. When should you update EMS?





Question 2 of 20

A firefighter has suffered a burn that affects the joints of this left hand. This burn would be considered:





Question 3 of 20

A patient has a burn to her right forearm. It is moist, blistered, and painful. This burn would best be described as a _____ burn.





Question 4 of 20

Your patient was injured while installing an electric light. During your secondary assessment, what should you look for?





Question 5 of 20

You are providing emergency care to a farmer who was burned on his arms by an unknown white powder. The first thing you should do is:





Question 6 of 20

Your top priority in managing a burn patient is to:





Question 7 of 20

The severity of an inhalation injury is determined by all of the following EXCEPT:





Question 8 of 20

For a patient with a compaint of abdominal pain, the EMR should first:





Question 9 of 20

To treat a patient with an abdominal injury and signs of shock, the EMR must do all of the following EXCEPT:





Question 10 of 20

The term_____ refers to the left or right of the midline of the body.





Question 11 of 20

The diaphragm belongs to the ______ system.





Question 12 of 20

The chest is ______ to the abdomen.





Question 13 of 20

The structure that helps prevent foreign objects from entering the trachea is called the:





Question 14 of 20

The body system that removes carbon dioxide from the body is called the _____ system.





Question 15 of 20

After air passes through the mouth and nose, it passes through the:





Question 16 of 20

The lowest portion of the sternum is called the:





Question 17 of 20

You examine a small burn that is dry, leathery, and charred. This burn would best be described as a ______ burn.





Question 18 of 20

Burns ar classified according to:





Question 19 of 20

If your patient was burned by an electrical source, monitor the patient closely for:





Question 20 of 20

BSI precautions are necessary during emergency care of burn patients because: