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1.  What’s the first intervention for a patient experiencing chest pain and an 5p02 of 89%?
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2.  Which of the following signs and symptoms usually signifies rapid expansion and impending rupture of an abdominal aortic aneurysm? 
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3.  In which of the following types of cardiomyopathy does cardiac output remain normal? 
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4.  Which of the following interventions should be your first priority when treating a patient experiencing chest pain while walking? 
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5.  Which of the following positions would best aid breathing for a patient with acute pulmonary edema? 
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6.  A pregnant woman arrives at the emergency department (ED) with abruptio placentae at 34 weeks’ gestation. She’s at risk for which of the following blood dyscrasias? 
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7.  A 16-year-old patient involved in a motor vehicle accident arrives in the ED unconscious and severely hypotensive. He’s suspected to have several fractures of his pelvis and legs. Which of the following parenteral fluids is the best choice for his current condition? 
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8.  Corticosteroids are potent suppressors of the body’s inflammatory response. Which of the following conditions or actions do they suppress? 
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9.  A patient infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) begins zidovudine therapy. Which of the following statements best describes this drug’s action?
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