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Section 3 - Lesson 9


What is it called when a resident stops breathing? respiratory arrest
What is it called when a the heart stops beating? Cardiac arrest
Within how many minutes can damage to the brain and organs occur? Within 4 to 6 minutes
What is the chain of survival? 1. Early recognition & call the emergency # 2. CPR 3. use the AED 4. intervention by trained health care personnel
What color is the blood that comes from an artery? will spurt bright red
What color is the blood that comes from a vein ooze out a bluish tinge
What is an aura? it is a sensory disturbance; the person may hear a noise, smell something or see a certain pattern before a seizure happens.
First-degree burn involves..... only the epidermis
Second-degree burn involves.... both the epidermis and the dermis
Third-degree burn involves.... epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue
What does DNR mean it means Do Not Resuscitate
Created by: ambuhs