You have a patient with a weak carotid pulse and an absent femoral and radial pulse. Which organ/organs can you suspect is/are still being perfused?
Heart and brain.
Heart, brain, and kidneys.
You have a pediatric patient with a first degree sunburn involving 40% of his body surface area. Assuming no other complications, what would the severity rating for this burn injury be?
What is the actual chemical process that damages the body tissue in a burn situation?
Evaporation and denaturing.
Combustion and evaporation.
Combustion and denaturing.
Which of the following would be the MOST appropriate treatment for a patient with a moderate diffuse axonal injury?
Orientation and assurance.
Supplemental oxygen, orientation, and assurance.
Advanced airway, assisted ventilations, and possibly a sedative.
Rapid transport to a trauma facility with the patient in a head-elevated position.
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