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WHO MAY PARAMEDICS FUNCTION UNDER
EMS MEDICAL DIRECTOR
RESPONSIBILITIES OF EMT-P INCLUDE
PUBLIC EDUCATION, HEALTH PROMOTION, PARTIPITION IN INJURY AND ILNESS PROGRAM
EXPANDED SCOPE OF PRACTICE INCLUDE
CRITICAL CARE TRANSPORT, PRIMARY CARE, TACTICAL EMS, INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, SPORTS MEDICINE
OUT OF HOSPITAL CARE INCLUDES
COMUNITY TRAINED IN FIRST AID AND CPR, DISPATCH, EMT'S, FIRE RESCUE AND HAZ-MAT, PUBLIC UTILITIES, RECORSE CENTERS
IN HOSPITAL CARE INCLUDES
NURSE, PHYSITIONS, ANCILLARY SURVICES, SPECIALTY PHYSITIANS, REHAB SERVICES
WHAT CAN ALS DO OVER BLS
GIVE IV THERAPY,DRUG THERAPY, INTUBATION AND DEFIBRILLATION
DESCRIBE ON AND OFF LINE DIRECTION
ON LINE IS ORDERS GIVEN OVER RADIO OR PHONE, OFF LINE ORDERS ARE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES SET UP IN ADVANCE
WHEN ARE CARDIAC ARREST CALLED SUDDEN DEATH
WHEN THEY HAPEN WITH IN TWO HOURS OF ONSET OF SYMPTONS
NAME FOUR T'S IN EMERGENCY CARE
TRIAGE, TREATMENT, TRANSPORT, TRANSFER
DEFINE COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE, PSYCHMOTOR
COGNITIVE IS FACTS OR INFO, AFFECTIVE IS EMOTIONS OR VALUE TO THAT INFO, PSYCHOMOTOR IS HANDS ON SKILLS
WHAT ARE FOUR CERTIFICATION LEVELS
FIRST RESPONDER, EMT-B, EMT-I AND EMT-P
WHO ADMINISTERS STANDERD TEST FOR EMT'S
NATIONAL REGESTERY OF EMT'S
TYPE 1 AMBULANCE HAS
MODULE AMBULANCE BODY WITH NO PASSAGE
TYPE 2 AMBULANCE HAS
STANDARD VAN BODY
TYPE 3 AMBULANCE HAS
VAN CAB, INTIGRAL BODY, PASSAGE TO DRIVERS COMPARTMENT
DESCRIBE LEVEL 1 HOSPITAL
HAS HIGHEST LEVEL OF TRAUMA CARE
DESCRIBE LEVEL 2 HOSPITAL
MAY NOT HAVE SPECIALITY PEDIATRICS OR NEUROSERGIONS ON SITE
DESCRIBE LEVEL 3 HOSPITAL
DOES NOT HAVE IMMEDIATE SERGICAL FACILITIES
QUALITY ASSURANCE
MONITERS AND MEASURES QUALITY OF CARE
WHAT ARE 4 RULES OF EVIDENCE FOR NEW MEDICAL PROCESS
MUST BE THEORETICAL BASIS FOR CHANGE, MUST BE AMPLE RESEARCH, MUST BE CLINICALLY IMPORTANT, MUST BE PRACTICAL, AFFORDABLE, AND TEACHABLE
WHAT ARE PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES OF EMT
PREPERATION, RESPONSE, PATIENT ASSESMENT AND MANAGEMENT, DISPOSITION, TRANSFER, DOCUMENTATION, RETURN TO SERVICE
NAME SOME PERSONAL ATRIBUTES
LEADERSHIP INTEGRITY EMPATHY SELF MOTIVATION APPEARANCE HYGIENE SELF CONFIDENCE COMUNICATIONS TIME MANAGEMENT TEAMWORK PATIENT ADVOCACY CAREFUL DELIVERY OF SERVICE
ISOMETRIC EXCERSISE
ACTIVE EXCERSISE PERFORMED AGAINST STABLE RESISTANCE, MUSCLES ARE EXCERSISED IN MOTIONLESS MANNER
ISOTONIC EXCERSISE
ACTIVE EXCERSISE WHERE MUSCLES ARE WORKED THROUGH THERE FULL RANGE OF MOTION
WHAT FOODS SHOULD BE AVOIDED
FAT SALT SUGAR CHOLESTEROL CAFFINE
WHAT ARE MAJOR FOOD GROUPS
GRAINS/BREADS, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, DAIRY, MAET/FISH
WHAT MUSCLE IS CRUCIAL TO BACK STRENGTH
ABDOMEN
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
DISEASE CAUSED BY PATHOGENS THAT SPREAD FROM PERSON TO PERSON
AIDS
BODILY FLUIDS, SEVERAL MONTHS OR YEARS
HEPITITIS B,C
BLOOD, STOOL
TEBERCULOSIS
RESPIRATORY SECRETIONS, AIRBORN, 2 TO 6 WEEKS
MENINGITIS
ORAL OR NASAL SECRETIONS, 2 TO 10 DAYS
PMEUMONIA
ORAL OR NASAL SECRETIONS, SEVERAL DAYS
FLU
AIR BORN DIRECT CONTACT, 1 TO 3 DAYS
STAPH
OPEN WOUNDS, SEVERAL DAYS
CHICKEN POX
AIRBORN DROPLETS, OPEN SORES, 11 TO 21 DAYS
MEASLES
AIRBORN, MOM TO NEWBORN, 10 TO 12 DAYS
WHOOPING COUGH
AIRBORN DROPLETS, 6 TO 20 DAYS
NAME TYPES OF BSI
GLOVES, mask and eyewear, hepa respirator, gown, resuscitation equipment
what bsi used for child birth
gown glove mask eyewear
describe steps to hand washing
lather with soap, scrub fur 15 sec., rince, dry on clean towel, friction is key
disenfecting
using disinfecting agents, comercial cleaner, or 10 to 1 water and bleach
steralizing
use of chemical heat, steam, or radiation to kill microorganisms
name 5 stages of death
denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
name the three stress responses
alarm, resistance, exhaustion
circadian rythms
biological cycle that occures evry 24 hours
anchor time
hours when anite worker can expect to rest with out interruption
three techniques to manage stress
controlled breathing, reframe, attent to medical needs of the patient
CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS DEBRIEFING OCCURES WHEN
24 TO 72 HOURS AFTER INCIDENT
DEFUSING OCCURES WHEN
2 TO 4 HOURS AFTER INCIDENT
YEARS OF PRODUCTIVE LIFE
AGE AT DEATH SUBTRACTED FROM 65
TEACHABLE MOMENT
MOMENT SHORTLY AFTER INJURY
THREE TYPES OF PREVENTION ARE
PRIMARY, KEEPING INJURY FROM OCCURING, SECONDARY, CARE AFTER INJURYTO PREVENT FURTHER PROBLEMS, TERTIARY, REHAB AFTER INJURY
FIVE STEPS TO INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION
BSI, PHYSICAL FITNESS, STRESS MANAGEMENT, SEEK PROFESSIONAL CARE, DRIVE SAFELY
MOST FREQUENT INJURY UNDER SIX
FALLS
MOST FREQUENT PREVENTABLE INJURY TO PERSONS OVER 75
FALLS
WHAT % OF INJURIES ARE BACK INJURIES, WHAT% ARE TO EYES HANDS AND FINGERS
22 %
22 %
MORALS
SOCIAL RELIGIOUS OR PERSONAL STANDARDS
ETHICS
RULES OR STANDARDS THAT GOVERN COMDUCT OF MEMBERS IN A PROFESSION
WHAT IS THE BIG QUESTION
WHAT IS IN THE PATIENTS BEST INTREST
BENEFICENCE
DOING GOOD FOR THE PATIENT
NONMALEFICENCE
OBLIGATION NOT TO HARM THE PATIENT
AUTONOMY
COMPETENT ADULT PATIENTS RIGHT TO DETERMIN WHAT HAPPENS TO HIS OWN BODY
IMPARTIALITY TEST
WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO UNDERGO THIS PROCEDURE IF YOU WERE THE PATIENT
UNIVERSALIZABILITY TEST
WEATHER YOU WOULD WANT THIS ACTION IN ALL SIMILAR CIRCUMSTANCES
INTERPERSONAL JUSTIFIABILITY TEST
CAN YOU DEFENT OR JUSTIFY YOUR ACTIONS
NONMALFICENCE
DO NO HARM