PALS Practice Test
glucose should be administered orally.
glucose should be given IM.
glucose should be given buccally.
glucose should be given IV.
the provider should look at the skin color.
the provider should look for skin color, assess for temperature, determine whether or not a pulse is present, and look for obvious bleeding.
the provider should look for skin color, assess for temperature, and look for obvious bleeding.
the provider should look at the skin color and for obvious bleeding.
a head injury with ICP.
a thoracic spine injury.
a cervical spine injury.
an intra-abdominal injury.
deliver 1 breath every 12 seconds.
deliver 1 breath every 3 seconds.
deliver 1 breath every 5 seconds.
deliver 1 breath every 8 seconds.
to allow for a stronger myocardial contraction.
to avoid throwing the rhythm into asystole.
to avoid triggering VF.
to limit the strength of the cardiac contraction.
Prolonged PR intervals.
Tall T waves.
A prolonged QT interval.
back of their hand.
palm of their hand.
It disallows rebreathing of expired air.
It helps to keep the mucus membranes moist.
It allows for talking and eating.
It can be used in mouth breathers.
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