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An adult patient comes into the ER after sustaining injuries from a fall from 20 feet. You notice bruising around their umbilicus. The patient refuses any further testing and says they want nothing else invasive performed. What is the next best thing for you to do?CorrectIncorrect
An aircraft has made an emergency landing in a dense mountainous area for an apparent chip light. The flight team pulls out their topographical maps in an attempt to identify landmarks and their current location. When using a topographical map, the crew knows that identifying any noticeable landmarks or mountain tops that could help them with navigation is essential. Based on this, how would they identify the altitude of the highest feature on the map?CorrectIncorrect
A “sterile cockpit” refers to which phase of flight?CorrectIncorrect
A patient is scuba diving in a local lake and descends to 132 feet below the surface. At this point in the descent, they are experiencing how many atmospheres?CorrectIncorrect
A proper verbal report must be provided when transferring or assuming care of a patient. To ensure an effective and concise report, the acronym SBAR is often utilized. What does SBAR stand for?CorrectIncorrect
Ambulance operators must have an emergency vehicle operations course (EVOC) how often?CorrectIncorrect
Driving records need to be checked on all emergency vehicle operators at what time interval?CorrectIncorrect
Halon fire extinguishers are rated for what type(s) of fires?CorrectIncorrect
How many live intubations in each age group does CAMTS require upon initial training?CorrectIncorrect
How should your flight suit fit to provide space of insulation per CAMTS standards?CorrectIncorrect
In 1985 Congress enacted COBRA; legislation requiring that the:CorrectIncorrect
The crew is traveling on a freeway during an interfacility transfer. The speed limit is currently 70 miles per hour. During the transfer, the vehicle gets a flat tire. The crew member can safely maneuver the ambulance to the shoulder of the freeway and stop. Dispatch is notified of the breakdown and the need for another ambulance to rendezvous with the crew to complete the transfer. While waiting for the other ambulance to arrive, one crew member begins to place emergency flares behind the vehicle. How many feet behind the ambulance should the first flare be placed?CorrectIncorrect
The four elements required to prove negligence include ________, breach, causation, and damages.CorrectIncorrect
The scene safety assessment includes monitoring all of the following elements EXCEPT?CorrectIncorrect
The standards governing patient care as a critical care transport team member are best described as what?CorrectIncorrect
The transport of two patients concurrently requires all the following except:CorrectIncorrect
What is the most common cause for a patient to file a complaint against the transport team?CorrectIncorrect
What type of radio system uses a single channel for transmission?CorrectIncorrect
When keying up a radio that has a repeater system, it is essential to:CorrectIncorrect
While transporting a patient in the back of an ambulance using lights and sirens, what is the biggest danger to the crew, and the patient, during the transport?CorrectIncorrect
With regards to the critical incident stress debriefing (CISD) process, it is essential to know that:CorrectIncorrect
You are transferring a 5-year-old pediatric trauma patient for emergent abdominal surgery. Which of the following would be considered an Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) violation?CorrectIncorrect