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EMT Review

Flow Rate & O2%: Nasal Cannula 1-6 lmp, 24%-44%
Flow Rate & O2%: Nonrebreather Mask 15 lmp, 90%-100%
Flow Rate & O2: Bag-Valve-Mask 15 lmp, 90%-100%
Flow Rate & O2: Mouth to Mask 0-15 lmp, 16%-55%
What devices provide positive pressure ventilation? Bag-Valve-Mask, Mouth to Mask, Mouth to Mouth
List Manual Airway Techniques Head-Tilt, Chin-Lift
List Suction Options Rigid Suction Catheter, French Catheter
List Mechanical Airway Adjuncts Oropharyngeal Airway, Nasopharyngeal Airway
List Supplemental Oxygen Nasal Cannula, Simple Mask, Nonrebreather
Normal Breathing Rate for Adult 12-20
The reduction of breathing to a point where oxygen in not sufficient for life is called what? Respiratory Failure
The stopping of breathing is called what? Respiratory Arrest
Oxygen Tanks- ABCDE is increasing or decreasing in size? increasing
Does COPD matter in prehospital? no
Created by: nehemaut