Paramedic Exam (Paramedic Certification Guide) by LearningExpress

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Now thoroughly revised and updated-the confirmed training that has already helped hundreds of thousands go their EMT-certification examination. With Paramedic's Licensing examination, 4th version you will achieve entry to: 5 whole perform exams in keeping with the most up-tp-date nationwide Registry examination up to date and revised evaluate classes on U.S. DOT/NHTSA curriculum hundreds of thousands of exam-style perform questions and a close resolution key Plus the acclaimed nine-step LearningExpress try coaching System-your key to the next rating whenever comprises loose on-line diagnostic pretest to figure out the place you want to up your learn time confirmed attempt suggestions that raise confidence-and effects very important recommendation on taking the sensible examination that assesses 12 key paramedic talents Appendices that comprise state-by-state requisites even if taking the try for the 1st time or simply in need of a brief brush up on wisdom, Paramedic's Licensing examination offers the perform that scholars desire. The Paramedic Licensing examination contains cognitive and psychomotor parts. The cognitive try is a working laptop or computer adaptive try out that takes approximately 2 12 hours. It covers themes akin to airway and respiring, cardiology, trauma, clinical, obstetrics and pediatrics, and EMS operations. The psychomotor component is an overview of the candidate's utilized skills and data of 12 confirmed talents, together with: sufferer assessment-trauma, ventilatory administration, cardiac administration, and intravenous and medicine abilities.

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A QRS complex is considered abnormal if it lasts longer than how many seconds? a. 04 seconds b. 08 seconds c. 12 seconds 73. Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome is characterized by which of the following waveform abnormalities? a. 12 seconds b. short P-R interval and long QRS complex c. inverted P waves and normal QRS complex 39 – Pa r ame d ic P ractic e E xam 1 – 74. In which situation would you consider having the patient perform a Valsalva maneuver to slow the heart rate? a. male, age 34, paroxysmal junctional tachycardia b.

Cherry-red skin. c. chest pain. hyperactivity. 56. Which of the following is a common source of CO? a. engine exhaust b. cellular respiration c. well-ventilated space heaters 52. What would account for the patient’s level of consciousness? a. She has a drug overdose resulting in ­unconsciousness. b. She has heat stroke from the hot ­environment. c. She is suffering from carbon monoxide ­poisoning. She is suffering from carbon dioxide ­poisoning. 57. You have arrived on scene to find a 75-year-old female in respiratory distress.

Hypervolemia is the underlying cause. The diagnosis of MI is incorrect. 81. In the care of a cardiac arrest patient, epinephrine is used to a. decrease the container size to increase BP. b. increase ventricular fibrillation amplitude. c. prevent anaphylaxis from lidocaine ­reactions. increase the effects of the other drugs. 77. How should you position the patient to check for jugular vein distention? a. lying flat on his or her back b. sitting upright near 90° c. seated at a 45° angle 82. A patient’s signs and symptoms include orthopnea, spasmodic coughing, agitation, cyanosis, rales, jugular vein distention, and elevated blood pressure, pulse, and respirations.

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