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Epi for anaphylaxis IV .1mg of 1:10,000
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a shift in intracellular water to the extracellular space leads to dehydration, increased intracellular osmolarity, and intracellular ice crystal formation. Frostbite
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NFPA 704 Color Coded Hazmat Placards, What do the numbers represent, 0-4 inside the Good rule of thumb, 0 is no risk, 4 is the worst risk.
NFPA 704 Color Coded Hazmat Placards, What does the blue area represent? Think EMS wears BLUE uniforms HEALTH. 0 no hazard.1 exposure = irritation. 2 intense, continued,not chronic exposure = temp incapacitation,possible residual injury.3 short exposure = serious temp or residual injury. 4 very short exposure = death or major residual injury.
NFPA 704 Color Coded Hazmat Placards, What does the red area represent? Think RED fire trucks Flammability
NFPA 704 Color Coded Hazmat Placards, What does the Yellow area represent? Think Yellow roses on your coffin if this shit blows up. Reactivity
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