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58 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
Number of ribs
12
Bone between shoulder and elbow
Humerus
Radius has the
Radial Pulse
Medial forearm bone
Ulna
Five bones of the hand
Metacarpals
Fourteen finger bones
Phalanges
Largest sesamoid bone
Patella (kneecap)
largest bone in lower leg
Tibia
smaller bone in lower leg
Fibula
Lateral malleolus
outside
Medial malleolus
Inside
Heel bone
Calcaneus
Motion in two planes at right angles
Condyloid
Carpal metacarpal joint
saddle
Limited motion for gliding
gliding
how much blood can we lose
1 to 2 l
Most common place for a bone dislocation
Shoulder
Injury to ligaments
Sprains
Injury to muscles
Strains
Caused by blunt trauma
Contusions.
How to control bleed
D, PD, PP, E, T, Hemostatic agents
where do you place a sprint
Above and below a wound
Treatment for sprains and strains
RICE
treating amputations
First apply pressure, then a tourniquet
Below the diaphram
Thoracic abdomen
Contains the sm. intestines bladder etc
True abdoment
Lies behind the thoracic and true abdomen
Retroperitoneal ab.
LLQ has what organs
Sm. Intestine, large intest portion of the bladder
Abdominal contents caused by bacteria and can cause severe intra ab. infections
Peritonitis
Most common trauma
Blunt Mechanisms
Low velisity wounds
Knife ice pick
Medium velocity wound
shotgun
high velocity wound
High power rifles
The diaphram rises to the lvl of ?
the 4th ICS posteriorly during exhalation.
Medical sorting of pts
Triage
Triage is the responsibility of the
Sr. Medical perosn present
Triage Categories
Delayed, Immediate, Moderate, Expantant
urgent Priority 1
2 hours
Priority 1A
2 hours
Priority II
Within 4 hours
Priority 3
Within 24 hours
Convenience 4
Whenever
how long do you have to transmit a medevac request
25 seconds
opening statement
I have a medevac request
line 1
location
2
Freq & call sign
3
# of pts in order of precedence
4
Special equip
5
litter and ambulatory
line 6
enemy in area
line 7
method of pickup site
line 8
pt nationality status
line 9
NBC
Side effect of morphine
Phenergan 25 to 50
Overdose of morphine
Narcan .4 repeat 3 to 4 times
Antibiotic
Cefotetan
Dose for Gatifloxxacin
400 mg orally once a day
Morphine dose
4 to 10 mg.