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What does AVPU stand for? Alert-can carry on a convo with you and is aware of the person's surroundings Verbal- reponds to you when you gibe command Pain- Only reponds to you when you give the person mild pain Unreponsive- does not repond to you at all.
If someone reponds to a command you give them, where would you place on the them on the AVPU scale? Alert- the person is able to answer questions of where they are and what happened.
What does ABC stand for? Airway Breathing Circulastion
What do you do for the A in ABC? You tilt the head back with your two fingers under the chin (Chin lift technique).
What do you do for the B in ABC? Breathing- look and Listen for breathing .
What is the the physiology of the technique used for the A in ABC? You tilt the head back with your two fingers under the chin.
What is the anatomy of the technique used for the A in ABC? It opens up the airway.
what is agonal breath Agonal breath is usually the bodies last attempt to take in air.
What are the sections of t spine, in order from top to bottom? Cervial Thoracic Lumbar Sacrum Coccy
If someone lost function from the chest down, they most likely injured what section of the spine Cervical
What is Quadriplegic?
What is the number one cause of spinal injury? Car wrecks
What position do you put a person in if they vomit or if you have to leave them unnattended for any reason? Recovery Position
Created by: brownce