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ChiroBoards2: EMG

ChiroBoards2: Emergency Procedures

Emergency Assessment Check responsiveness, open airway check breathing, give breaths, check pulse
battle sign: indicates indicates possible basilar skull fx
Raccoon sign injury producing black and blue spots around the eyes
Cardiogenic shock: positioning Supine with feet higher than head
Anaphylactic shock: positioning upright
Lower extremity or pelvic injury: positioning spine
CPR ABC's Airway, breathing, circulation
Chest Compression times for an adult Give two breaths, compress 1.5-2 inch deep, compress 30 times, Give 2 breaths, compress 30 times; repeat
CPR recovery position side lying with bottom arm extended over head/upper leg bent
Choking infant procedure 5 back blows and 5 chest thrusts
Burns: 1st degree redness; epidermis
Burns: 2nd degree blisters; epidermis and dermis (except dermal base)
Burns: 3rd degree charring of skin
Epidural hematoma result of trauma with a faster bleeding rate
Epidural hematoma causes intracranial pressure increase
Subdural hematoma caused by serious head injury
Deadliest of all head injuries subdural hematoma
Subdural vs Epidural: which has slower symptom onset? subdural hematoma
Subarachnoid hematoma caused by cerebral aneurysm
Subarachnoid hematoma considered a form of stroke
Created by: bglasman