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- Created on: 04-09-19 15:05
1. During shock cells produce energy by which method?
- Anaerobic metabolism
- Aerobic metabolism
- Cellular transport
- Simple diffusion
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2. How should a collapsed patient be managed by a health care professional?
- Shake and shout, call for help, check breathing and then circulation, perform rescue breaths.
- Check for safety, Shake and shout, call for help, open the airway, check breathing and circulation, perform chest compressions.
- Open the airway, check breathing, check circulation then shout for help, perform chest compressions
- Shake and shout, shout for help, open the airway, check breathing and circulation together, perform chest compressions.
3. You are responding to a call for help and you find a 68 year old man who is lying in bed, unresponsive, with no evidence of trauma. What is the best way to open this patient’s airway?
- Perform a head tilt-chin lift
- Insert a nasal airway
- Use a mask while performing ventilation's for the victim
- Give abdominal thrusts and then sweep out the mouth
4. What is the recommended treatment for someone with type 1 respiratory failure?
- Artificial ventilation
- Deep breathing
- Oxygen therapy
- Non-invasive ventilation
5. A patient with a chronic respiratory condition has a respiratory rate 28 of breaths a minute. His PO2 is below 8 kPa and the PCO2 is above 6.5 kPa. His C02 level is continuing to rise. What is the most appropriate therapy for this patient?
- Non invasive positive pressure ventilation using a face mask
- Ventilation using a bag valve mask
- Positive pressure ventilation using a ventilator
- No action is required: you should wait and see if the patient deteriorate further.