Airway, Bronchi, Circulation, Dehydration
Airway, bronchi, Cricoid catilage, Diffusion
Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Defibrillation
Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Diffusion
Oxygen tanks, IV fluids
IV fluids, oxygen tanks, Alcohol prep pads, speculums
Oxygen tanks, Ambu bag, Cystoscope
Relief of urinary retention, the need for sterile sample, or to instill a medication into the bladder.
For heart disease
For bladder tumor
For testicular infection/tumor
Urinate the first stream into a nonsterile cup
Wipe the area around the urethra with towelettes, urinate in the toilet, and catch the mid-stream of the urine.
To urinate in a 24hour container, there no need to use sterile containers
Spleen, kidneys, ureter
Kidneys, ureter, bladder, urethra
Kidneys, ureter, bladder, urethra, prostate, vas deferens
Kidneys, bladder, 2 urethras, 1 ureter
Helium gas, ambu bag
Carbon monoxide antitoxin
Apply sterile wash across the eye or if not available running tap water
Apply bicarbonate to neutralize the irritating acid
Attempt to brush it off
Put it in ice immediately to preserve the finger
Wrap it in sterile gauze that has been soaked in saline solution, then place it in a plastic bag, then place the plastic bag in ice.
Wrap it in sterile gauze that has been soaked in saline solution, then place it in a plastic bag, then put ice in the bag
Throw it away, it is useless since it no longer has blood supply and the cells have died
Unilateral paralysis, impaired or slurred speech, confusion, facial droop, arm drift, loss of balance,coordination, LOC.
Unilateral paralysis, impaired or slurred speech, confusion, facial droop, arm drift, loss of balance,coordination, anhedonia, euphoria.
Unilateral paralysis, impaired or slurred speech, confusion, facial droop, arm drift, loss of balance,coordination, LOC, ringing in the ear, rhinorrhea
All of the above
Hypotension in cerebral tissue
Walk away to prevent injury to yourself and the seizing victim
Move them carefully to the floor, move any furniture or object out of the way, and remain with them.
Tell the person to calm down.
First call EMS, and tell the patient to calm down if he/she wants this episode to end faster.
Cellular destruction by cold (usually liquid nitrogen)
Electricution to burn off lesions
All of the above
None of the above
Folic acid levels
Vitamin B12 levels
Herpes simplex type II
Herpes Simplex Type I
Herpes Simplex Type II
Transitional cell carcinoma
Gestational seizure disorder