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Author(s): Richard E. Draper
 
 
No. of items: 2400
Rating: 2.5 (out of 5)
Last updated: Jun 22, 2003
 
 
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Questions relating to the evaluation, diagnosis, and resuscitation of the acutely ill medical or trauma patient. Attention is multifactorial, addressing signs of the acutely ill patient, diagnosis strategies, differential diagnoses, laboratory tests, imaging modalities, stabilization, definitive treatment, and disposition from the emergency department.
 
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Q: What is the mean average rise of carbon dioxide in the apneic patient?
A: 3 mm Hg/min

Q: What is the maximum safe dose of topical lidocaine in anesthetizing the airway?
A: 3 mg/kg

Q: In females, the optimal distance from the corner of the mouth to the tip of the ET tube = [...]
A: 21 cm

Q: Inflammatory mediators are called [...]
A: cytokines

Q: Patients in neurogenic shock have a slow and regular pulse, whereas hemorrhagic shock patients have [...]
A: rapid, somewhat irregular pulse

Q: In neurogenic shock, most of the patient's vascular supply is on the venous, or [...] side.
A: capacitance

Q: Doses of less than 0.5 mg of atropine may be vagotonic and actually [...] the heart rate.
A: decrease

Q: An rSR pattern in V1 increases the likelihood that a rapid rhythm is [...]
A: supraventricular

Q: The most common cause of CHF is [...]
A: Underlying ischemic heart disease

Q: The safest method for opening airway while maintaining integrity of the c-spine is [...]
A: jaw thrust

 
 
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