WVEMS Protocols 2019 - Roll Out Quiz
Instructions: Take this quiz as many times as necessary by yourself while using the new WVEMS Protocols 2019 (open-book). After submission, click "View Score". Once you achieve 25/25, print this page (Ctrl-P) and turn it in to your training officer. You must obtain permission from your training officer and your OMD to begin using the new protocols.
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The WVEMS Protocols 2019 - Roll Out Video is available at: http://bit.ly/WVEMS_Vid *
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The WVEMS Protocols 2019 are available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. They are also available for download at: http://bit.ly/WVEMS_Protocols *
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The new drug boxes will be rolling out to the area soon, but there will be a period of transition where both new and old boxes will be in circulation. The new list and layout is available for download at: http://bit.ly/WVEMS_Drugs *
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You have a patient with altered LOC and an intact gag reflex. Which Airway intervention would be most appropriate? *
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You are treating a patient with an asthma attack. Their pulse-ox is 92%. Should you give them Oxygen and Albuterol? *
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You have a sick elderly patient with hypotension. They have pale, cool, diaphoretic skin with dyspnea. Their pulse is normal. How severe is their Shock? *
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A 2-year-old child looks sick and has a very slow pulse. The babysitter indicates the child may have accidentally ingested "just one pill" of adult blood pressure medication. Which is the most appropriate action? *
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An 8-year-old child looks sick and has a fever of 105°F. Their mother asks about giving the child medication. Which of the following is true regarding Tylenol? *
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You have a patient with a sprained thumb after catching a baseball. They are sitting down, holding their thumb, and cursing. BP is elevated, but pulse is normal. Is this mild or moderate or severe pain? *
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You begin working an adult Medical CODE. Which is the most appropriate first step? *
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You have a patient with cardiac chest pain. Is a 12-Lead required before giving Aspirin? *
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You have a patient with wheezing from a mild allergic reaction. Albuterol and Atrovent provided a dramatic improvement. Should you also give Benadryl? *
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You have a very long transport with a patient who has overdosed on narcotics. You have already given the maximum dose of Narcan. Can you deviate from the protocol and give more? *
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A young child has a seizure. Their father tells you this usually happens when they get sick with a fever. Is it appropriate to use the Seizure protocol? *
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You note your patient has slurred speech and weakness in one hand. Which is true in Stroke? *
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You arrive at the scene of a large explosion. Your patient is pulseless and apneic after massive blunt force injury. Which is the most appropriate first step? *
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You respond for an elderly patient with a bleeding laceration. Should you wear gloves? *
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You respond for a patient who fell and struck their head. They are mildly confused. Should you check a blood glucose? *
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You respond for a broken ankle. There is obvious deformity and a thready distal pulse. Before you can apply a splint the pulse disappears. Should you attempt reduction? *
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You are treating a young patient with a hamster bite on their hand. Can you apply a band-aid? *
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Your partner is treating a patient with an active nose bleed on Coumadin. They cannot locate the Afrin in the new drug box. What's going on? *
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You are en route to a patient who has fallen. Which scenario would be appropriate to transport WITHOUT Immobilization (spinal motion restriction)? *
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During an attempted resuscitation you must decide if you will stay on scene or prioritize transport. Which of the following cases is appropriate to stay on scene? *
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You are called for a man injured at a factory. The patient indicates he sprained his ankle, and just needs help getting up. He does not want to go to the hospital. Should you complete a refusal? *
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You perform a 12-Lead on an elderly female with chest pain. The monitor reports *** ACUTE MI ***. Should you bypass the closest hospital? *
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