DMTR Final Exam 14-09-2022 Quiz

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  1. Which of these answers are most reasonable ?1

    ATLS

  2. What is the function of the pleural cavity?1

    ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

  3. Symptoms of CNS oxygen toxicity include;1

    GAS TOXICITY

  4. A strong smell of rotten eggs that disappears quickly whilst well head diving is of no concern.1

    GAS TOXICITY

  5. Finger tingling may be symptoms of hyperventilation1

    DMT Immediate Care

  6. When is Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity likely1

    GAS TOXICITY

  7. What is the correct Ratio for CPR.1

    Intermediate Life Support

  8. How long is it safe to administer oxygen for ?1

    Oxygen Therapy

  9. When should a B.M.V. (Bag & Mask Valve) be used ?1

    Oxygen Therapy

  10. Is it safe to use the iGEL airway in a Hyperbaric environment.1

    AIRWAY CARE

  11. The iGEL is a popular choice in pre-hospital emergency care. Which of these statement is correct:1

    AIRWAY CARE

  12. Why is Pre-oxygenation used prior to intubation ?1

    AIRWAY CARE

  13. Is sedation always necessary when intubating a casualty ?1

    AIRWAY CARE

  14. What will you have to do with an ET tube in a DDC / Sat chamber1

    AIRWAY CARE

  15. What is the correct procedure for administering an Intra-Muscular Injection ?1

    INJECTIONS

  16. The management of a compressible bleed is:1

    HAEMORRHAGE CONTROL

  17. What is the appearance of an arterial bleed ?1

    HAEMORRHAGE CONTROL

  18. The casualty has a catastrophic large limb haemorrhage1

    HAEMORRHAGE CONTROL

  19. What is most likely to kill a casualty ?1

    ATLS

  20. What cannula choice is most appropriate in an emergency1

    VASCULAR ACCESS

  21. What veins are preferred when obtaining a blood sample.1

    VASCULAR ACCESS

  22. Who can the Fast1 I.O. Device be used on ?1

    VASCULAR ACCESS

  23. Where would you place a FAST1 I.O. Device ?1

    VASCULAR ACCESS

  24. How an you distinguish between Syncope and shock?1

    ATLS

  25. Which electrical shock injury may be more dangerous1

    ATLS

  26. Neurogenic shock may be caused by:1

    ATLS

  27. Category 3 shock will present when the casualty has lost how much blood?1

    ATLS

  28. What thing might NOT cause hypovolaemic shock1

    ATLS

  29. You discover a casualty. He has been working on a clothes dryer .A) His airway is compromised. B) His breathing rate is 3 BPM, agnolial pattern C) He has no radial pulse. He has no pulse. He is very clammy to the touch. D) He is not responding. Pupils are both size 8, unreactive e) No other injures.1

    ATLS

  30. Which of the following are symptoms of neurological DCI ?1

    DIVE MEDICINE

  31. You discover a casualty. He has been working on deck as a standby Diver for the last 6 hours.A) His airway is partially compromised. B) His breathing rat is 40 BPM. C) He has no radial pulse. His femoral pulse is 160 BPM. He is very hot & dry to the touch. D) He is responding to voice, but is confused & incomprehensible. Pupils Normal. e) No other injures. His whole body is hot & dry. What are your Immediate actions ?1

    ATLS

  32. Following successful treatment for DCI, a diver should not fly above 8000 ft1

    DIVE MEDICINE

  33. The most common type of DCI is:1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  34. What percentage of DCI symptoms present within 3 hours?1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  35. You are a standby diver helping in Sat Control on a DSV. You suspect a diver decompressing in the chamber from a bounce dive has a pneumothorax, would you ?1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  36. A pneumothorax is caused by :1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  37. Where would you place a needle to treat a tension pneumothorax?1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  38. After a pulmonary barotrauma, a diver may not return to diving before…?1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  39. What is barotrauma?1

    DIVING MEDICINE

  40. Choose the correct statement about Intra-Osseous Devices1

    VASCULAR ACCESS

  41. The casualty is in the middle of an intubation using RSI Drugs. The Circulation Team member declares that the patients B/P has dropped to 70/45 mmHg. What do you do?1

    ATLS

  42. You are treating this diver who has a weeping wound under his arm pit. He deteriorates. Refer to the Obs Chart. What is happening?1

    CONTINUING CARE

  43. Complications of a rapid I.V. fluid resuscitation include:1

    ATLS

  44. What Vital Sign will alert you first in a casualty suffering from shock ?1

    ATLS

  45. What are the signs of a tension pneumothorax ?1

    TENSION PNEUMOTHORAX

  46. The diver has suffered a over expansion injury to his Right Lung after a dive. It was a Simple Pneumothorax. He was ABCDE treated. He has Oxygen via a Face Mask & has vascular access. He deteriorates suddenly. Refer to the Obs Chart. What is happening ?1

    CONTINUING CARE

  47. An air diver has rapidly ascended to the surface from 28m following a lift bag incident. He collapses shortly after exiting water. He has a seizure flops around on ground. What is he probably suffering from ?1

    ATLS

  48. What is the purpose of a venous tourniquet when cannulating or taking blood?1

    VASCULAR ACCESS

  49. the iGEL tube has a Naso-Gastric port. What would you use this for ?1

    AIRWAY CARE

  50. Why would you want to feed a shocked casualty via an NG tube WITHIN 4 hours of their incident ?1

    IMMEDIATE CARE

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