support the circulation. control scalp hemorrhage.
determine the Glasgow Coma Scale Score.
A&E ATLS TEST – answers at the end 1-1. A 22-year-old man sustains a shotgun wound to the left shoulder. His blood pressure is initially 80/40. After two liters of Ringer'slactate solution his blood pressure increases to 122/84. His pulse rate is now 100 beats per minute and his respiratory rate is 28 breaths per minute. His breath sounds are decreased in the left hemithorax, and a closed tube thoracostomy is performed with the return of a small amount of blood with no air leak. The most appropriate
1-2. A four-year-old girl, weighing approximately 20 kg (44 pounds), is admitted in shock after an automobile crash. The initial fluid challenge or bolus should consist of Ringer's lactate solution in the volume of
1-3. All of the following are considered minimal precautions for the prevention of the spread of communicable diseases during resuscitation EXCEPT
a. goggles. b. face mask. c. water-impervious gown. d. water-impervious leggings.