10/26 eShadowing Attendance Quiz
Successful completion of this quiz (80%) and 45 minutes of combined attendance (Live and/or Replay) of the eShadowing session will earn you 1 (one) hour of eShadowing credit. If you are unsure of the below answers you can watch the replay of the webinar at eShadowing.com/replay.
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The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) says that anyone coming to an emergency department must be stabilized and treated, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
What is the reason given for rolling the patient on their side in the first case study?
To ensure the patient does not swallow any of the secretions that may follow a seizure.
To prevent neck injury from rapid muscle contractions associated with violent seizures.
To accelerate the absorption of lorazepam.
To check for lacerations and/or contusions.
What is the FIRST thing a student shadower should do in a situation that appears unsafe?
Ask the attending as many questions as possible to make sure you thoroughly understand the patient's diagnosis.
Stabilize the patient until help arrives.
Stand against the wall or leave the room — safety comes first for student/shadower.
What was the probable cause of the female patient's tremors and tachycardia (elevated heart rate) in the second case study?
Spinal cord lesion
What approach did the medical student take in the second case study to ascertain the patient's alcohol and/or drug use?
Stated he was using a survey that he uses for all of his patients.
He was direct and asked her if she thought she drank too much.
He didn't have to ask — he knew based on her symptoms.
He forgot to ask but was reminded by his attending.
What is your preferred FULL NAME for your shadowing certificate? Please make sure this is accurate since this will be what is on your certificate.
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