Nt1310 Unit 1 Question Paper

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Unit 1 Test

Multiple Choice Questions

1.Who usually takes over the emergency medical care of a patient at the scene after an emergency medical responder has initiated care?


b.Emergency department staff


d.Treatment center specialists

2.Dressings, bandages and other equipment that have been used in emergency care should be replaced −

a.when you finish your work shift.

b.when you check equipment and supplies at the beginning of your shift.

c.as soon as possible.

d.whenever you have free time between calls.

3.Which of the following is typically NOT a responsibility of most emergency medical responder s?

a.Providing emergency medical care

b.Preparing for the arrival of an ambulance

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c.Documentation should always show that standards of care were met.

d.Be sure to document everything because the written report will have more validity later on than what you remember.

24. Which of the following is an active listening skill to use with a patient to ensure effective communication?

a.Paraphrase what the patient tells you, to ensure you understand.

b.Remain silent for 15 seconds each time the patient speaks, to ensure everything has been said.

c.Kneel down so that your face is below the patient’s, to demonstrate your willingness to listen.

d.Move your body as close as you can to the patient’s, to provide emotional support when the patient speaks.

25. Which of the following questions to a patient would likely produce the best information?

a.“I bet your arm really hurts, doesn’t it?”

b.“What one word would best describe how your arm feels?”

c.“Would you say your arm pain is more like crushing pain or a sharp stabbing pain?”

d.“How does your arm feel?”

26. Which of these is the medical word part that means “slow”?




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