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  • What is the most common cause of airway obstruction in unconscious patients?
    What is the most common cause of airway obstruction in unconscious patients?
    Though in the case of this test, the answer might be the tongue, in reality this is not the case. A study was conducted in 1985 by Dr M.P.Boidin to determine the causes of upper airway obstructions in unconcious patients. "In the cadaveric preparations it was obseved thatthe tongue did not usually reach to the posteriorpharyngeal wall, because it was attached mainly tothe posterior aspect of the mandible at the chin.When the tongue of the cadaver was pushed forciblyinto the mouth, obstruction occurred mainly at thelevel of t he soft palate—by closure of the natural oralairway. When more pressure was exerted, thenatural nasal airway was occluded also, the softpalate being pushed against the posterior pharyngealwall. In the lower pharynx, two mechanisms ofobstruction occurred—which were independent ofmanipulation of the tongue. The base of t he epiglot-tis closed over the trachea and the rims of t he epi-glottis came into contact with the posteriorpharyngeal wall and could close the respiratorytract. The visible part of t he epiglottis, the pars glot-tica, could extend into the oesophagus and so protectthe interarytenoid fold from contamination withforeign material."Boidin, M. (1985). Airway Patency In The Unconscious Patient.British Journal of Anaesthesia,57(3), 306-310. doi:10.1093/bja/57.3.306 In essence, it is not the tongue(at least not alone) that causes airway obstructions in unconncious patients, but rather the epiglottis.

  • How many milliliters will you give? You are ordered to administer 0.5 mg of atropine sulfate to a patient. The atropine comes 2mg in 1 ml.
    How many milliliters will you give? You are ordered to administer 0.5 mg of atropine sulfate to a patient. The atropine comes 2mg in 1 ml.
    The anwer is 0.25mlIf you have 2mg in 1ml, you are ordered to give 0.5 mg, and you give 1mg then you would give 0.5 mls. Half of that would be 0.5mg would be 0.25ml.

  • How long will it take the fluid to run out of the IV bag? You have an IV containing 500 ml of fluid. You are using a 10 gtt administration set. You are running the rate at 20 gtts/min.
    How long will it take the fluid to run out of the IV bag? You have an IV containing 500 ml of fluid. You are using a 10 gtt administration set. You are running the rate at 20 gtts/min.
    I got 4 hours and 10 mins.20gtts=2ml (because of 10 drop set) v2ml=1min v500ml/2ml(per 1 min)= 250ml v250ml - 60mins=190ml v190ml - 60mins=130ml v130ml - 60mins=70ml v70ml - 60mins=10ml v10ml - 5mins=0ml vThe answer should be 4 hours and 5 mins

  • Which layer of skin contains the sweat and sebaceous(oil) glands, hair follicles, nerveendings, and some blood vessels?
    Which layer of skin contains the sweat and sebaceous(oil) glands, hair follicles, nerveendings, and some blood vessels?
    This is incorrect. The DERMIS is the layer that houses the hair folcile and glands etc. The epidermis is the outer layer of the skin which is basically just comprised of the stratum corneum and the pigment layer.

  • What can you say about this reading? When testing a patients blood glucose level, you obtain a reading of 12 mg/dL.
    What can you say about this reading? When testing a patients blood glucose level, you obtain a reading of 12 mg/dL.
    My answer is abnormally low. According to ADA guidelines, normal random glucose test levels in an average adult range from 79-160 mg/dLor 4.4-7.8 mmol/L. A blood glucose level of 12 mg/dL is definitely not the high end of normal, it is dangerously low.

  • What does the left atrium do?
    What does the left atrium do?
    This answer is incorrect! the left atrium receives blood from the pulmonary veins. the left VENTRICLE pumps blood to the body!

  • What is the drip rate if A patient is to be given 450 ml of Sodium Chloride IV and The set has a drop factor of 15 drops/min?
    What is the drip rate if A patient is to be given 450 ml of Sodium Chloride IV and The set has a drop factor of 15 drops/min?
    I cant figure out how you came to 38. Seems to be some missing information.

  • What is the proper way to dress most burn injuries in the pre-hospital setting ?
    What is the proper way to dress most burn injuries in the pre-hospital setting ?
    The question should be more specific of what percentage of the body is burned. If its let's than 10%, moist dressings would be allowed.

  • Can you solve this? All patients found pulseless and apneic are to be resuscitated except, those patients found in the following condition
    Can you solve this? All patients found pulseless and apneic are to be resuscitated except, those patients found in the following condition
    I agreewith john​A valid CPR Directive present with the patient

  • Can you fill in the blank?The two major events that occur to cause a stroke are____
    Can you fill in the blank?The two major events that occur to cause a stroke are____
    Isn't the answer occlusion and hemorrhage? These are the two major events that cause cerebrovascular accidents or strokes.

  • What does VF stand for?
    What does VF stand for?
    Ventricular Fibrillation The spelling on the original answer is incorrect, therefore marking the answer wrong since the spelling is not matched.

  • Which of the following is the highest priority patient?
    Which of the following is the highest priority patient?
    The correct answer to this question is B, a 57 year old male with chest pain and systolic BP of 80. Chest pains can be caused by a number of issues including a heart attack, panic attack, or cancer.Along with chest pain, the patient could have a number of other symptoms, including pain in the neck, shoulder, back, and jaw. Over 5% of emergency room visits are complaints of chest pains, but only 2% of these patients are sent home, which is why they have priority. Blood pressure is the strength used to push blood against moving arteries. When blood pressure is high, it can damage the heart, kidneys, and blood vessels. This damage can lead to a heart attack or stroke.

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