EMT INTERMEDIATE ONLINE ASSESSMENT MODULE 2

Instructions
1. Attempt on your own.
2. Do not refer any text material for the assessment
3. If you fail on the first attempt, you have second attempt.
4. Failure to pass total of 3rd assessment , will have to retake the whole module.

5 Sample Questions

A patient complains of shortness of breath and crushing chest pain. These are referred to as:

  • A. Signs and symptoms
  • B. Patient symptoms
  • C. Observed signs
  • D. Patient signs

Ensuring a reasonably safe environment for rescuers and calling for extra help if needed are activities included in the:

  • A. Scene size-up phase
  • B. Safety evaluation phase
  • C. Initial assessment phase
  • D. Dispatch phase

The decision regarding taking body substance isolation precautions should occur during the:

  • A. Resuscitation phase
  • B. Patient initial assessment phase
  • C. Scene size-up phase
  • D. Dispatch information phase

The decision regarding taking body substance isolation precautions should occur during the:

  • A. Resuscitation phase
  • B. Patient initial assessment phase
  • C. Scene size-up phase
  • D. Dispatch information phase

You are called to a local bar for an unconscious person. When you arrive, you find a 24-year-old male lying on the floor near the end of the bar. He has a large laceration on his right forearm and is bleeding profusely from the site. He is conscious and responds to your questions appropriately. You begin to assess the patient’s injuries when he suddenly becomes violent, picking a knife up off the floor and attempting to stab you. The most appropriate action is to:

  • A. Get other patrons in the bar to help you restrain him
  • B. Step away from the patient and retreat to the rescue vehicle
  • C. Have your partner distract the patient while you attempt to restrain him
  • D. Talk to him and help him understand that he needs to be treated for blood loss