READ ME Do NOT delete or add ANY slides in this game. You will need to edit the question slides (11-25) to add your questions and answers, and edit the opening slide to change the name of the game. Save the file and your ready to play. Not all of the slides in this file will play during a slideshow. The first few slides are instructional and therefore hidden from slideshow viewing.
READ ME Creating new questions: Starting on the Question #1 slide (10), enter your question and answer in the labeled textboxes. Questions can be entered in open-ended, multiple choice and true/false formats. See the slides 6, 7, & 8 for examples of how to type these formats.
READ ME Suggested Game Rules: The game objective is to reach the Empire State Building by answering 12 questions correctly. You and/or your group play for higher and higher prize dollars as you answer questions correctly. If you answer a question incorrectly your taxi does not advance and you and/or your team receive an X. Three incorrect answers (Xs) and the game is over. Operating the Game Buttons: From the opening screen press Play the Game. Now on the main game screen click the first of 15 questions to begin your taxi ride. After providing your answer, press Show Answer. Click Return to Game, and if you answered correctly, click the Correct button to advance your taxi and collect the prize money indicated. If you answered incorrectly press the Wrong button which will generate an X. Continue through the questions until you reach the Empire State Building or accumulate three Xs.
What is the third planet from the sun? Earth Sample Open-Ended Question Format
What is the third planet from the sun? A. Mercury B. Venus C. Mars D. Earth E. Saturn D. Earth Sample Multiple Choice Question Formats
The third planet from the sun is Earth. TRUE OR FALSE TRUE Sample True/False Question Formats
Play the Game Take me to the Empire State Building, please.
3 Strikes Wrong Three Strikes – You have to get out of the taxi $25 $50$75$100$250 $300 $200$150 $700 $600 $500 $400 X Correct Congratulations – you win. Here is the Empire State Building. Exit Stop Music
Signs of a partial airway obstruction are all of the following EXCEPT: Return to Game d) No sounds when attempting to speak Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X a) Snoring b) Coughing with blue, gray or ashen skin c) Wheezing d) No sounds when attempting to speak
True or False Adequate blood flow to all cells of the body is called perfusion. Return to Game True Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
True or False The typical adult has about 12 pints of blood. Return to Game True Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
When taking a patients pulse, you must assess for three characteristics. Which one does not apply? a) Rate b) Duration c) Strength d) Rhythm Return to Game b) Duration Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
If bleeding from the lower leg is not controlled with direct pressure and no fracture is suspected, you should also: a) Utilize a pressure point b) Elevate the extremity c) Use a tourniquet d) Rapidly apply an air splint Return to Game b) Elevate the extremity Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Which is not a sign or symptom of heat stroke? a) Full and rapid pulse b) Hot, dry skin c) Moist, pale skin d) Altered mental status Return to Game c) Moist, pale skin Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Which is not a recommended emergency move? a) Clothes drag b) Foot drag c) Belt drag d) Blanket drag Return to Game d) Belt drag Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Which method of emergency care should be administered to a victim of heat exhaustion? a) Avoid giving all forms of liquids b) Treat the victim in the position found c) Move patient to a cool place and watch for shivering d) Avoid any effort to manually massage muscle cramps Return to Game c) Move patient to a cool place and watch for shivering Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
When treating victims of electrical shock, your first priority is to: a) Check for breathing b) Check for a pulse c) Avoid placing yourself in danger d) Call for help Return to Game c) Avoid placing yourself in danger Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
True or False A patient is suffering an anaphylactic reaction from a yellow jacket bite. The route that the venom entered the body was by absorption: Return to Game False Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
The term proximal means: a) Closer to the leg b) Away from the heart c) Closer to the torso d) Away from the head Return to Game c) Closer to the torso Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Chest pain, dizziness, and nausea are called _______________. a) Symptoms b) Signs c) Patient history d) All of the above Return to Game a) Symptoms Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Which symptom is typically not associated with a stroke? a) Equal pupil sizes in both eyes b) Headache c) Numbness d) Impaired speech Return to Game a)Equal pupil sizes in both eyes Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Which type of dressing should be used to treat an open chest wound? a) Water soaked gauze b) Plastic wrap or occlusive c) 4 X 4 sterile dressing d) Large abdominal pad Return to Game b) Plastic wrap or occlusive Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
The 2005 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR say that in adult CPR; the compression to ventilation ratio is: a) 5 compressions to 1 ventilation b) 15 compressions to 2 ventilations c) 30 compressions to 1 ventilation d) 30 compressions to 2 ventilations Return to Game d) 30 compressions to 2 ventilations Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X
Return to Game
Exit Exiting this slideshow will reset all of the current scores. If you want to exit and later resume this game, go to the Scoreboard and record all of the scores so they can be restored when the slideshow is restarted. Return Exit