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Chapters 11,12,13,15, and Potpourri
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This ratio is for everyone with one rescuer CPR What is 30 to 2
If a patient drops in front of you and you have and AED do this Shock
Any deeper then this on grandma and you could break a rib What is 1 ½ to 2 inches
Do this when you have a fully obstructed airway in a conscious patient What are abdominal thrusts
The only difference in compression ratios What is the compression ratio for children and infant two rescuer CPR
Have a little of chest pain or discomfort and this is whats causing it What is ischemia
Close this up with lots of fatty foods and you could develop ACD What is the lumen
A chaotic disorganized heart rhythm What is V-Fib
The heart can suffer from this following and AMI What is cardiogenic shock
The Daily Double
This gives two shocks with one discharge of energy What is a biphasic AED
Use this little diddy to review causes of AMS What is Tips on the vowels
This can cause an interruption of cerbral blood flow What is a thrombosis
The most common type of stroke What is an Ischemic attack
If your patient has this they will have a difficult time speaking and understanding speech What is aphasia
If your patient experiences unconsciousness generalized severe twitching that last several minutes What is a grand mal seizure
Have this and you my find yourself going and going What is polyuria
The breathing pattern seen in DKA What are Kussmaul Respirations
Diabetics who dont eat and take their insulin could have this condition What is insulin shock
Get these on the breath and the Police could mistake you for a lush What are ketones
Also know as dextrose What is Glucose
A quote from this companys 1984 ground breaking commercial "Why 1984 won't be like '1984'" Who is Apple
An audio clue What is Charlie's Angels
Named for a vintage aircraft and known for their bouffants Who are the B52s
This 1986 movie had John Cusack and Demi Moore dropping lobsters in a pool What is one Crazy Summer
They sang Bring on the Dancing Horses in 1986s Pretty in Pink Who are Echo and the Bunnymen
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