127 Matching questions
- 25-50 breaths per minute
- hinged jawbone
- lower extremities
- DH Form 1896
- informed consent
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Airway, Breathing, and Circulation
- duty to act
- Hepatitis C
- Airborne Infection
- Red blood
health care provider needs patient information in order to continue medical care or you receive a request to
provide patient information as part of a criminal investigation.
- filter masks and CPR masks
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of
- The Division
of Emergency Medical Services and Community Health Resources
- 15-30 breaths per minute
- emancipated minor
- voluntary muscles
- Standard or scope of care
- 12-20 breaths per minute
- The Center for Disease Control & Prevention
- right; left
- First aid provider
- Emergency Medical Technicians
- spinal column
- patient identification device
- Hepatitis A
- central nervous
- Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order (DNRO) or an advanced directive
- Webster v. State
- Involuntary muscles
- United States Department of
- left; right
- universal precautions
- cardiac muscles
- A, B, and C
- peripheral nervous
- Law enforcement Officer
- Implied Consent
- Breach of duty
- implied consent
- Breach of standard of care
- Good Samaritan Act
- Do Not Resuscitate Order
- expressed consent
- 1959; California
- medic alert
- advanced directive
- breastbone (sternum) and ribs
- Health insurance portability and
accountability act of 1996
- Black's Law Dictionary
- Peace Officer
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Blood Vessels
- Duty to act
Breach of standard of care
- competent and the consent informed
- White blood
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- Criminal justice first aid providers
- EMS system
- windpipe (trachea)
- First Responder
- collarbone and shoulder blades
- Do Not Resuscitate
- Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
- Body Substance Isolation
- Duty to act
- a Do not release patient health information without a signature unless ___ or ___.
- b What you did caused the injury.
- c "Consent inferred from one's conduct rather than from one's direct expression"
- d In Florida, children under age ___ are minors.
- e unhappy, but resigned to reality
- f Florida law mandates that all patients have ___ access to the EMS system.
- g • airway care
• patient assessment
• cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
• bleeding control
• stabilization of injuries to the spine and extremities or limbs
• care for medical and trauma emergencies
• use of limited amount of equipment
• assistance to other EMS providers
• cannot administer medications
- h Of all persons infected with the hepatitis C virus in America, approximately ___ pass through jails and prisons each year.
- i An ___ documents the patient's request to withhold specific medical care.
- j major artery in the lower arm, felt at the thumb side of the wrist
- k According to CDC reports, ___ is the most common chronic bloodborne infection in the United States
- l A ___ adult is one who can make an informed
decision about medical care.
- m The ___ houses and protects the brain. It also gives shape and function to the face.
- n An ___ is one
who is married, an active member of the military, or financially independent or lives away from home with
- o CDC stands for ___.
- p ___ is a healthy, well-balanced diet helps prevent and reduce stress. Maintaining
regular meal schedules and having healthy food available improves eating habits. Certain foods, such as sugar, caffeine, and alcohol, elevate the body's response to stress. Alcohol, tobacco products, and other kinds of self-medication actually increase stress levels.
- q cells fight infection and
destroy bacteria and other disease organisms.
- r The system regulates body systems by secreting hormones directly into the
bloodstream from glands.
- s ___ provide leadership to local jurisdictions and municipalities.
- t A ___ mask can provide protection
against airborne diseases.
- u ___ is technically not a bloodborne disease; it is found in food and waste, and is passed on when a person swallows infected matter.
- v cells carry oxygen
from the lungs to the body and bring carbon dioxide back to the lungs.
- w is a clear, straw-colored fluid.
- x At the upper end of this passageway is a small leaf-shaped flap, called the ___, that keeps food and other foreign objects from entering the windpipe.
- y The serves as the protective covering for the inside of the body. It provides a barrier
against bacteria and other harmful substances and organisms.
- z You may have a patient who wears an identification bracelet or necklace or carries a card in his or her wallet
that alerts you to a specific medical condition such as an allergy, epilepsy, or diabetes. On the jewelry or card,
you may find a telephone number to call for detailed information about the patient. This bracelet, necklace, or card is known as a ___.
- aa "Consent that is clearly and unmistakably stated" (Garner, 1999).
- ab MRSA stands for ___.
- ac There are two different types of masks: ___ and ___.
- ad ___ means any person who
is elected, appointed, or employed full time by any municipality or the state or any political subdivision
thereof; who is vested with authority to bear arms and make arrests; and whose primary responsibility is the
prevention and detection of crime or the enforcement of the penal, criminal, traffic, or highway laws of the state. This definition includes all certified supervisory and command personnel whose duties include, in whole or in part, the supervision, training, guidance, and management responsibilities of full-time law enforcement officers, part-time law enforcement officers, or auxiliary law enforcement officers but does not include support personnel employed by the employing agency.
- ae is care that you are expected to provide to the same patient under the same conditions as would any criminal justice first aid provider who received the same level of training.
- af The body contains ___ different types of muscles.
- ag For consent to be valid, the
patient must be ___ and ___.
- ah The ___ consist of the upper leg, lower leg, ankle, and foot.
- ai ___
is when a patient chooses a treatment or a procedure, he or she makes
this choice after a physician or other healthcare provider discloses
information a reasonably prudent provider in the medical community would provide to a patient about
the risks involved in the proposed treatment.
- aj The upper leg consists of the longest, strongest bone in the human body, the thighbone (or ____).
- ak major artery in the thigh, felt in the groin area
- al PPE stands for ___.
- am The ___ is a network of trained professionals linked to provide advanced, out-of-hospital care for victims of sudden traumatic injury or illness.
- an The new CDC standard instructs providers to assume that all blood and body fluids are ___.
- ao major artery in the neck, felt on either side of the neck
- ap Your primary concern as a first aid provider is the ___.
- aq When washing your hands with soap and water, first wet them with water. Then apply soap and rub your hands together vigorously for at least ___ seconds.
- ar USDOT stands for ___.
- as As a law enforcement officer, you have a duty to act ___ within your
- at ___ are a system of tubes through which blood flows.
- au ___ communication such as offering a tissue or a warm blanket or placing your hand on the patient's shoulder comforts patients and families.
- av The passage that connects the upper airway with the lower airway is the
- aw feeling that the death is not happening or did not happen; refusing to
- ax Called ___ , the new standard requires using a form of infection control with all
patients. Isolating body substances from yourself and other patients is critical in preventing disease and infection
transmission. It includes two basic behaviors: use of medical personal protection equipment and personal
behaviors that reduce risk.
- ay ___ is one of the most helpful tools you can use to deal with a crisis.
- az ___ is "What you did was wrong."
- ba The
___ system is located in the brain and in the spinal cord. Its
components are the body's mainframe computer. This is where all
communication and control
- bb The skeletal system has ___ main components.
- bc The spinal column consists of separate bones called ___ that stack one on top of each other and are held together by muscles.
- bd Good Samaritan Act was enacted in ___ in the state of ___.
- be Normal breathing rates:
- bf If the parent or legal guardian is not available in life-threatening or disabling emergencies, provide emergency care based on the principle of ___.
- bg The ___ system gives the body shape, protects internal organs, and provides body movement.
- bh "Agreement, approval, or permission as to some act of purpose, especially given voluntarily by a competent person" (Garner, 1999)
- bi Normal breathing rates:
- bj acting out, perhaps in ways that endangers others
- bk Vessels called ___ carry blood back to the heart.
- bl Although each state regulates its EMS system, the ___ and ___ sets the standard.
- bm The Do Not Resuscitate Order form shall be printed on ___ paper and have the words "DO NOT RESUSCITATE
ORDER" printed in black and displayed across the top of the form.
- bn DNR stands for ___.
- bo ___ masks are barrier devices with one-way valves used when performing
- bp ____, or smooth muscles, carry out many automatic body functions. They are in the walls of the tube-like organs, such as ducts, blood vessels, and the intestinal wall. The individual does not normally control these muscles.
- bq A ___ is a miniature version of DH Form 1896 and is incorporated by reference as part of the DNRO form. It is voluntary and is intended to provide a convenient and portable DNRO which travels with the patient.
- br Each ___ regulates its EMS system.
- bs major artery in the upper arm, felt on the inside of the upper arm
- bt A terminally ill patient may have a directive in place, written in advance, and signed by both the patient and
a physician. Commonly known as a ___, ___, or ___.
- bu trying to make a deal to postpone the inevitable
- bv protects the rights of patients and
the release of patient information.
- bw Positioned behind the sternum, slightly to the left in the chest cavity, the ___ is a hollow, muscular organ about the size of your fist. It functions like a two-sided pump.
- bx feeling and acting unusually silent, distant, and withdrawn
- by The ___ attached to the skull permits the jaw to move.
- bz EMTs stands for ___.
- ca The ___ system controls voluntary and involuntary body activity. It also supports higher mental functions, such as thought and emotion. It lets the individual be aware of and react to the environment and keeps the rest of the body's systems working together.
- cb Negligence occurs if all these conditions are present:
- cc OSHA stands for ___.
- cd The ___ system pumps blood throughout the body. It functions to deliver oxygen and nutrients to and remove waste from the body's tissues.
- ce Basic parts of the circulatory system are the ___.
- cf The ___ system has two main functions: ingesting and digesting food and
nutrients. Mainly in the abdomen, this system's organs include the stomach, pancreas,
liver, gallbladder, and small and large intestines.
- cg ___ occurs when you either fail to act or act inappropriately.
- ch ___ is a set of procedures designed to prevent transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus, and other bloodborne pathogens to first aid or health care providers.
- ci Any person, including those licensed to practice medicine, who gratuitously and in good faith renders emergency care or treatment at the scene of an emergency outside of a hospital, doctor's office, or other place having proper medical equipment, without objection of the injured victim or victims thereof, shall not be held liable for any civil damages as a result of such care or treatment or as a result of any act or failure to act in providing or arranging further medical treatment where the person acts as an ordinary reasonably prudent man would have acted under the same or similar circumstances.
- cj The patient suffered an injury; the injury is additional to the original injury.
- ck Found only in the heart, the ___ work constantly to expand and contract the heart.
- cl ___ is "a duty to take some action to prevent harm to another and for the failure
of which one may be liable depending on the relationship of the parties and
the circumstances." (Garner, 1999)
- cm The ___ side delivers the oxygenated blood throughout the body and returns the blood to the ___ side of the heart.
- cn The ___ protects the spinal cord
and is the primary support for the entire body.
- co initiate the blood-clotting process.
- cp The ___ is a large muscle below the lungs at the bottom of the chest cavity assists in moving air in and out of the lungs.
- cq • performs all functions of previous two levels
• administers medications
• performs advanced techniques, including cardiac monitoring
- cr The ___ side pumps blood to the
lungs, which pick up oxygen, and returns the oxygenated blood to the ___ side of the heart.
- cs • performs all techniques of a first aid provider and a first responder
• performs complex immobilization procedures
• restrains patients
• staffs and drives ambulance
- ct DNRO stands for ___.
- cu ___ is a great stress reliever. Its many benefits include a release for pentup
emotions. Criminal justice officers should incorporate regular ____ programs in
their daily schedules.
- cv The
___ system includes nerves that connect to the spinal cord and branch
out to every other part of the body. These nerves serve as a two-way
communication system. Some carry information from the brain and spinal
cord to the body. Others carry information from the body back to
- cw ___ is when "You were supposed to be there."
- cx The shoulder girdle consists of the ___ and ___.
- cy The system is responsible for reproduction and waste removal.
- cz Muscles used for deliberate acts, such as chewing, bending, lifting, and running, are ___. These are muscles attached to the skeleton and under the control of the nervous system and brain. The individual can contract and relax these muscles.
- da There are multiple strains of hepatitis; the most common ones are hepatitis _, _, and _ that can all cause liver
- db ___ is: "The relinquishing of a right or interest with the intention of never again claiming it." (Garner, 1999) You abandon the patient when you stop providing care without ensuring that the patient continues or begins to receive the same or better care. You must continue providing emergency first aid until another medical professional with the same or higher-level training replaces you, or you are unable to continue.
- dc A ___ is generally defined to "include[s] sheriffs and their deputies, constables, marshals, members of the police force of cities, and other officers whose duty is to enforce and preserve the public peace."
- dd ABCs stands for ___.
- de In ___, the district court held that the right of officers of the sheriff's department to enter and to investigate in an emergency situation, without an accompanying intent to seize or arrest, "is inherent in the very nature of their duties as peace officers and derives from the common law."
- df • airway care with use of adjunctive equipment
• patient assessment
• bleeding control
• stabilization of injuries to the spine and extremities
• care for medical and trauma emergencies
• use of limited amount of equipment
• assistance to other EMS providers
• other skills or procedures as local or state regulations permit
- dg Who do not have authorization to honor a DNR Order or an advanced directive?
- dh Small vessels called ___ connect
arteries to veins.
- di CPR stands for ___.
- dj Florida Do Not
Resuscitate Order Forms is a commonly named form for a ___
- dk ____ takes many forms: meditation, religion, sports, hobbies, or other activities. Your schedule should also allow for adequate sleep and rest.
- dl Enacted in 1959 in California, the first Good Samaritan Act provides protection from civil suits to ___ who render emergency care.
- dm ___ defines standard or scope of care as the following:
"In the law of negligence, the degree of care that a reasonable person should exercise; under the law
of negligence, the conduct demanded of a person in a given situation. Typically, this involves a
person's giving attention both to possible dangers, mistakes, and pitfalls and to ways of ensuring that
these risks do not materialize." (Garner, 1999)
- dn Any infection spread from person to person through the air is an ___
- do Consider
an adult ___ if he or she is under the influence of alcohol or drugs
and meets the criteria for a Marchman Act, Baker Act or if he or she is
has an injury that affects judgment, or is mentally ill or mentally challenged.
- dp is: "The use of force against another resulting in harmful or offensive contact; an intentional and offensive
touching of another without lawful justification—also termed tortuous battery" (Garner, 1999)
- dq The ___ system delivers oxygen to and removes carbon dioxide from the blood.
- dr The
___ system is the supporting framework for the body, giving it shape
and protecting vital organs. It attains mobility from the attached
muscles and manufactures
red blood cells.
- ds The chest consists of the
___ and ___. It protects the heart, lungs, liver, and spleen.
- dt ___ is a virus that attacks the immune system.
- du Normal breathing rates:
- dv ___ is: "The failure to exercise the standard of care that a reasonably prudent person would have exercised
in a similar situation; any conduct that falls below the legal standard established to protect others
against unreasonable risk of harm, except for conduct that is intentionally, wantonly, or willfully
disregardful of other's rights." (Garner, 1999)
- dw The ___ protects the reproductive organs and supports the organs in the lower abdominal cavity.