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1. Question<p style=”margin-bottom: 0.14in;”>You and another new EMT are studying your local protocols. The other EMT notices that you may give oral glucose without utilizing on-line medical control, but you must get an on-line order from a physician before assisting a patient in taking his nitroglycerin for chest pain. The EMT asks you why some drugs require on-line medical control while others do not. What is the best answer to give him?</p>CorrectIncorrect
2. Question<p style=”margin-bottom: 0.14in;”>You have just come on duty. The EMT on the previous shift complains to you that the QI manager was giving him grief because he did not document three sets of vital signs on the patient record. The EMT is angry and does not understand why documenting three sets of vital signs is so important. What is the best answer you could give him?</p>CorrectIncorrect
3. Question<p style=”margin-bottom: 0.14in;”>You and your EMT partner are assigned to spend a day at the senior center where you are to provide free blood pressure screenings for the community. Your partner is upset that he is not in the ambulance where the "action is." He complains that taking blood pressures is a waste of his time. What would be the best response to his complaints?</p>CorrectIncorrect
4. Question<p style=”margin-bottom: 0.14in;”>During the new employee orientation, the training officer meets with the new EMTs and explains to them the monthly training schedule and the classes they must attend for EMT recertification. One of the new EMTs asks the training officer why they have to keep taking EMT courses if they already passed the EMT examination. What is the best answer?</p>CorrectIncorrect
5. QuestionA fellow EMT is talking with the Medical Director at a staff meeting. The EMT states that the neighboring ambulance service is carrying special clotting bandages for serious bleeding wounds. The special bandages cost five times as much as the regular bandages, but the EMT claims they work ten times better. The EMT wants the Medical Director to approve the bandages for use in their ambulances. The Medical Director responds to the EMT by saying he will not approve the bandages until he can prove they are worth the additional cost. How can the EMT best do this?CorrectIncorrect