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What are the three emergency action steps(in order)? check,call,care.
When would you not follow the action steps in order? care before you call-unconscious adult,sudden collapse of child, and a child with a known heart condition.
What is the big"D" and why is it important? d is danger and it is important because you might walk into it.
Never be a second what? victim.
What is triage? treatment to more than one patient.
What is the difference between calling 911 and calling #77? 911 is dispatcher and #77 is state police.
What is the phone number for poison control? 1800-222-1222
What protects you from being sued when responding to an emergency? good Samaritan law.
What could you do to lose this this protection? walk away.
When there is a crowd, everyone waiting on someone to do someone else to do something is called what? bystander effect.
What does ppe stand for and what is an example of PPE? personal protective equipment and gloves.
A bio hazard is? something that is harmful.
How do you make you own bio hazard container? put everything in a pile (dirty gloves and other materials).
what is the difference between direct contact diseases and indirect diseases? direct spreads faster.
Hepatitis B and C are both diseases that effect what? the liver.
Your eyes nose and mouth are examples what? mucas membranes.
What is implied consent? has permission when not responsive.
How do you gain expressed consent? ask permission.
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