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First large scale use of chemical agents.
WW I
Chemical agents produce effects within.
Seconds
Biological agents produce effects within.
Hours to days
What type of material is more resistant to nerve gas.
Polyester/butyl rubber
Maximum amount of atropine that may be given by non medical personnel.
6mgm
Most frequent complication from exposure to mustard and nitrogen mustard.
Bronchopneumonia
Dimpercaprol is given by injection for systemic involvement.
Lewisite
Is somewhat toxic and more than 3mg/kg will cause severe symptoms.
BAL
If the eyes are affected by Lewisite.
Flush with copious amounts of water
Watering of the eyes, tightness in the chest, later Sx of rapid, shallow breathing, painful cough, frothy sputum, cyanosis, clammy skin, rapid feeble pulse and low blood pressure are Sx of what exposure.
Choking agents
Has the odor of new mown hay.
Phosgene CG
Sodium thiosulfate 100 to 200 mg/kg IV over a ten minute period is necessary after the initial Tx if exposed to.
Cyanogen chloride CK
Strong pepper like irritation in the upper respritory tract,irritation of the eyes,violent uncontrollable sneezing,coughing,nausea,vomiting,and malaise are Sx of exposure to.
Diphenyl's
facing the wind will aid in eliminating what agent.
Lacrimators
Chest discomfort may be relieved by talking after exposure to what.
Lacrimators
What is the specific therapy for a patient exposed to a psychochemical agent.
None
Flash blindness from a nuclear explosion normally persists for.
20 to 30 minutes
Type of clothing is best suited for protection during a nuclear explosion.
Loose fitting, light colored wool
What type of radiation has the greatest penetrating power.
Gamma
Type of diet should a radiation casualty be placed on.
Bland, non-residue
The substance contained in bone provides for its strength and hardness.
Calcium
Pelvic bones are classified as what type of bones.
Irregular
The vomer bone is located where.
Nose
What bone forms the forehead, contains the frontal sinuses and helps form the eye socket and nasal cavity.
Frontal
What is the first cervical vertebrae which supports the head.
Atlas
The three innominate bones are firmly united into one bone to form a cup like structure area called.
Acetabulum
The prominence at the distal end of the fibula forms the outer ankle and is called.
Lateral malleolus
Moving an extremity away from the body is called.
Abduction
one joint surface moving over another without any rotary or angular motion.
Gliding
Turning outward as in turning the sole of the foot to the outside would be termed.
Eversion
What gives muscles a certain firmness, or a continued state of partial contraction.
Tonicity
What is the longest muscle of the body.
Sartorius
What muscle is the site of choice for massive intramuscular injections.
Gluteus maximus
Clear,pale,yellow liquid portion of blood after coagulation.
Blood serum
How long do red blood cells live inside the body.
100 to 120 days