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    Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction: Certification Examination and Tips for Preparation -- Pass Guarantee -- Part I: Practice Questions and Answers with Rationales -- Chapter 1: Cardiovascular Emergencies -- 1. C) Furosemide 40 mg intravenous push -- 2. B) Severe headache -- 3. C) Prepare for synchronized cardioversion starting at 50 J -- 4. D) Initiate fibrinolytic therapy -- 5. B) History of cerebral vascular disease/stroke -- 6. A) Epinephrine 1 mg every 4 minutes -- 7. D) 190/120 mmHg with elevated creatinine -- 8. B) Take manual blood pressures in both arms 9. D) Resynchronize in preparation for the next attempt -- 10. B) Check for mechanical capture by observing that each pacing spike-QRS complex grouping produces a palpable femoral pulse -- 11. D) Administer furosemide via slow IV push -- 12. C) Initiate a crystalloid fluid bolus -- 13. C) Peripheral edema decreases -- 14. C) Reestablish blood flow through an occluded coronary artery -- 15. C) Thrill -- 16. D) Minimizing the time to revascularization of the occluded coronary vessels -- 17. A) Commotio cordis -- 18. B) Needle pericardiocentesis 19. C) The patient reports sharp pain in the chest on inspiration -- 20. A) Bring down the blood pressure cautiously -- 21. D) Anterolateral myocardial infarction -- 22. D) A 59-year-old male with supraventricular tachycardia -- 23. A) Pericarditis -- 24. C) Quantitative end-tidal carbon dioxide -- 25. C) Initiate continuous cardiac monitoring with defibrillation capability -- Chapter 2: Respiratory Emergencies -- 1. B) Administer racemic epinephrine -- 2. D) Hypoxemia -- 3. B) Spontaneous pneumothorax 4. D) Aspiration of water can interfere with surfactant function and cause collapse of the alveoli -- 5. B) Assist with advanced airway management -- 6. A) Streptococcus pneumoniae -- 7. A) Provide supplemental oxygen -- 8. C) May have a pulmonary embolus due to hypercoagulability in the postpartum period -- 9. C) Provide supplemental oxygen -- 10. B) Pulsus paradoxus -- 11. B) Decrease FiO -- 12. A) Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale -- 13. D) Hyperventilation syndrome -- 14. C) Moderate-persistent -- 15. A) Transudate -- 16. A) Chest radiograph -- 17. A) Uncompensated respiratory acidosis 18. A) Wheezing upon auscultation -- 19. A) Elevated D-dimer -- 20. D) Obtain supplies for provider to perform needle decompression -- Chapter 3: Neurological Emergencies -- 1. C) Open the airway and apply oxygen -- 2. A) Respiratory -- 3. B) Brown-Séquard syndrome -- 4. A) Complete a full neurological assessment -- 5. D) "I will change the drainage bag with clean gloves." -- 6. C) Gag -- 7. A) Hyperextension -- 8. D) Meningeal irritation -- 9. D) Methylprednisolone -- 10. A) Hydromorphone -- 11. A) Dysphagia protocol -- 12. A) Guillain-Barré syndrome -- 13. B) Pseudo seizures
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