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Rosa Sloan
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Healthcare Chapter 17: 1 Providing First Aid – Flashcards 15 terms
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Gracie Stone
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Emergency Medical Services First Aid Full Thickness Burns Health Science Life Threatening Emergency
Health- First Aid all Notes – Flashcards 111 terms
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CPR/AED Exam Chapters 1-7 – Flashcards 202 terms
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First Aid and Emergency Care – Flashcards 140 terms
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Candace Young
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Emergency Medical Care – Flashcards 41 terms
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Marie Florence
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Emergency Medical Services Low Blood Sugar Medical/Clerical Assisting
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Emergency Medical Services Nursing
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List five (5) kinds of information that should be reported when calling emergency medical services (EMS).
Describe the situation, exact location, telephone from which you are calling, number of people involved, and condition of the victim(s).
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A nurse is in a public building when someone cries out, “Help! I think he’s having a heart attack!” The nurse responds to the scene and finds an unconscious adult lying on the floor. Another bystander has obtained an automated external defibrillator (AED). The nurse’s first action, after making certain someone has called for emergency medical services (EMS), should be to
administer cardiac compressions.
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A 27-year-old has been brought to the emergency department by emergency medical services following a violent sexual assault that took place in the parking garage of the client’s building. Which task would fall most clearly within the scope of practice of a forensic nurse?
Collecting specimens from the client for use as evidence
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(undocumented or illegal aliens) may have crossed the border illegally or legal permission expired; eligible only for emergency medical services
What is an unauthorized immigrant?
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EMS System (Emergency Medical Services System)
A network of trained professionals linked to provide advanced out-of-hospital care for victims of sudden traumatic injuries or illness.
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Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
A network of community resources & medical personnel providing emergency car.
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3 The judicious use of telephone triage has decreased the number of unnecessary visits, allowing time for improved care. Health care costs have decreased because of fewer visits to emergency departments. Based on the response to screening questions, the triage nurse determines whether the child needs to be referred to emergency medical services. The nurse can then initiate the call if needed. Home care is recommended only when indicated on the basis of the screening questions.
Which statement is true concerning the increased use of telephone triage by nurses? 1 Telephone triage has led to an increase in health care costs. 2 Emergency department visits are not recommended by nurses and thus are not a Perry component of telephone triage. 3 Access to high-quality health care services has increased through telephone triage. 4 Home care is often recommended when it is not appropriate.
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Who is a vital link between emergency medical services and the victim?
bystanders
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