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Charles’ law is best defined as:CorrectIncorrect
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If the atmospheric pressure at 18,000 ft. MSL is 380 torr, what is the partial pressure of oxygen at that altitude?CorrectIncorrect
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A patient suffering from decompression sickness is an example of which gas law?CorrectIncorrect
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Which statement best describes Henry’s law?CorrectIncorrect
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When administering high concentrations of oxygen to alleviate hypoxic hypoxia, you are altering which component of which gas law?CorrectIncorrect
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Flicker vertigo can cause seizures to occur at what Hertz (Hz) range?CorrectIncorrect
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You are scuba diving in a local lake and descend to 132 ft below the surface. At this point in the descent, you are experiencing how many atmospheres?CorrectIncorrect
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The indifferent stage of hypoxia causes a reduction in night vision at what altitude?CorrectIncorrect
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An ARDS patient with a current SpO2 of 85% is being transferred. The current FiO2 via the mechanical ventilator is set at 50%. The current referring hospital’s elevation is 500 ft. The pilot advises the highest altitude you’ll be flying at will be 5,000 ft. Using the following information, calculate the required FiO2 change needed based on the desired FiO2 by altitude formula.
- Sea level barometric pressure: 29.92 inHg
- 2,000 ft altitude barometric pressure: 27.82 inHg
- 4,000 ft altitude barometric pressure: 25.84 inHg
- 5,000 ft altitude barometric pressure: 24.90 inHg
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Identify the time of useful consciousness in an explosive decompression at an altitude of 43,000 ft?CorrectIncorrect