PCP Quiz 13

Question 1 of 12

The purpose of the Primary Survey is to identify:





Question 2 of 12

Which of the following steps are performed in the Primary Survey?
  1. Oxygen (O2)
  2. Rapid Body Survey (RBS)
  3. Vital Signs
  4. Breathing
  5. Decision Point (is the patient stable or unstable?)
  6. History-taking
  7. Level of consciousness (LOC)
  8. Airway
  9. Head to Toe Exam
  10. Delicate Spine
  11. Skin
  12. Circulation





Question 3 of 12

Which of the following are considered critical interventions when assessing the patient's circulation during a Primary Survey?
  1. Sealing open chest wounds.
  2. Positioning for hypotension.
  3. Performing external cardiac compressions.
  4. Cooling burns.





Question 4 of 12

Which of the following are considered critical interventions when assessing the patient's airway during a Primary Survey?
  1. Assisting inadequate ventilations.
  2. Performing airway maneuvers.
  3. Following obstructed airway procedures.
  4. Stabilizing the head and neck.





Question 5 of 12

Which of the following are considered critical interventions when performing a Rapid Body Survey (RBS) during a Primary Survey?
  1. Flushing chemical burns.
  2. Initiating cooling of major thermal burns.
  3. Ventilating the non-breathing patient.
  4. Stabilizing fractures.





Question 6 of 12

The Rapid Body Survey is normally performed using hands-on assessment.



Question 7 of 12

Physical assessment techniques include all of the following EXCEPT:





Question 8 of 12

Skin colour is best evaluated:





Question 9 of 12

A patient should be positioned in a ________ position and at a ________ degree angle to be assessed for JVD.





Question 10 of 12

A loud, harsh sound over the trachea suggests:





Question 11 of 12

Auscultation for bowel sounds should be done:





Question 12 of 12

Auscultation of blood pressure is dependent upon hearing the sounds of blood hitting the arterial walls, known as ________ sounds.