Resus. & Anaes. 2 ~ Extended Matching

Question 1.

Options List

A. 1 handed technique + ratio 3:1

B. 1 handed technique + ratio 15:2

C. 1 handed technique = ratio 30:2

D. 2 finger technique + ratio 3:1

E. 2 finger technique + ratio 15:2

F. 2 finger technique + ratio 30:2

G. 2 handed technique + ratio 3:1

H. 2 handed technique + ratio 15:2

I. 2 handed technique + ratio 30:2

 

Lead-in Statement

For each advanced life support scenario select the most appropriate combination of hand placement and ratio

Stems

  1. A 4 year old child has had an asthma attack at school and been brought into ED in cardiac arrest.

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Answer: B
  1. There has just been an emergency delivery in ED and the baby is unresponsive, blue with no cardiac output.

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Answer: D
  1. A 17 year old boy has had an anaphylactic reaction at school and has been brought into ED in cardiac arrest.

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Answer: I
  1. A 6 month old has been brought into ED after being found at home with no cardiac output.

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Answer: E

Author: J Haire

Ref: ARC Advanced Life Support Guidelines 2010


Question  2.

Options List

A. Deep peroneal nerve block

B. Median nerve block

C. Posterior tibial nerve block

D. Radial nerve block

E. Saphenous nerve block

F. Superficial peroneal nerve block

G. Sural nerve block

H. Ulnar nerve block

 

Lead-in statement

For each anatomical area that needs to be anaesthetised select the appropriate nerve block

Stems

  1. A laceration to the plantar aspect of the heal

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Answer: C
  1. A laceration to the dorsum of the proximal thumb

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Answer: D
  1. A laceration to the web space in between the great and 2nd toe

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Answer: A
  1. A laceration to the volar aspect of the little finger

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Answer: H
  1. A laceration over the lateral malleolus

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Answer: G

Author: J Haire

Ref: Tintinalli p. 273-8


 

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