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What are the 5 Vital Signs? Level of Responsiveness, Breathing, Pulse, Temperature, Blood Pressure
What are the key parts of an Assessment? First Impression, Urgent Survey, Non-Urgent Survey, Ongoing Survey.
What does AVPU stand for? Alert, Verbal Stimuli, Pain Stimuli, Unresponsive
What does ABCD's stand for? Airway, Breating, Circulation, Discomfort
What does SAMPLE stand for? Signs and Symptoms, Allergies, Medications, Pertinent Past History, Last Oral Intake, Event Leading Up To.
What does DCAP-BTLS stand for? Deformities, Contusions, Abrasions, Punctures/Penetrations, Burns/Bleeding, Tenderness, Lacerations, Swelling.
What does RICE stand for? Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
What does OPQRST stand for? Onset, Provocation, Quality, Radiation, Severity, Time
What does CMS stand for? Circulation, Motion, Sensation
What does PERRL stand for? Pupils Equal, Round, Reactive to Light
What does SAILOR stand for? sex, age, incident/cc, location, equipment needed, resources needed, info protocol
What does START stand for? Simple, Triage, and Rapid Treatment
What does LOR stand for? Level Of Responsiveness
What does MOI stand for? Mechanism Of Injury
What does NOI stand for? Nature Of Illness
What does AEIOU-TIPS stand for? alcohol/acidosis, epilepsy/environment, insulin, O2/overdose, uremia, trauma/tumors, infection, poisoning/psych, seizures/stroke/syncope
What does HAPE stand for? High Altitude Pulmonary edema
What does HACE stand for? High Altitude Cerebral edema
What does CHEATED stand for? Chief complaint, History, Exam, Assessment, Treatment, Evaluation, Disposition
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