From what age is the adult dose of Glucose Gel given?
What is the preferred position for a patient in hypovolemic shock?
You are an EMT in Ireland you are examining a pregnant patient and you see a limb presentation, which is the next MOST appropriate action you should do?
The larger bone in the lower leg is the:
The patella is another name for
In a healthy patient, an increase of carbon dioxide in the blood will?
How many coccygeal vertebrae in the spinal column?
The largest blood vessel in the body is the:
The smooth glistening internal layer of the heart in which blood flows is called:
The inner channel of a blood vessel which blood flows is called the?
What is the correct dose of Glucose Gel for a male patient aged 55 with a Blood Glucose of 5.5 mmol/L?
A sample history should be taken for ________ Patients
The Scapula is located near the?
In a paediatric patient at what level SP02 is oxygen indicated for use?
As an EMT the correct dose of Asprin to administer to a 65 year old patient with chest pain and or suspected MI is ?
The TOTAL maximum dosage of nitroglycerin an EMT can assist in administering is:
The correct point for checking an infant’s pulse is
How many Cervical Vertebrae are in the spinal column?
Approximately how many ventilations are given to an adult with an advanced airway in situ?
What is considered the normal acceptable ranges for Blood glucose in all adult patients?
As a practitioner it is appropriate to ask casualties to walk in a multiple casualties incident
How have many lobes have both lungs?
In anatomical terms Dorsal means:
How many pairs of ribs are connected to the sternum?
How many bones in the human body?
A side effect not normally associated with the use of Epinephrine is
How many Thoracic Vertebrae are in the spinal column?
Which of the following is not normally a Contra-indication of Entonox?
How many pairs of nerves pair off the spinal cord.
The Brachial Artery is located in the:
In Ireland at what age can a patient refuse consent for medical treatment?
The muscle part of the heart is called:
The spleen is located in:
The liver for the most part is situated:
Tachycardia is any pulse above:
How many Lumbar vertebrae are in the spinal column?
In a COPD patient at what level SP02 is oxygen indicated for use?
As an EMT you are treating a patient with a penetrating eye injury you should
The transfer of heat when heat waves, or rays, are dispersed from an object is called
The Paediatric dose for a 7 year old patient using an Epi Pen Junior Auto injector is :
You should assume that all unresponsive trauma patients have a
Excessive cooling of a burn could result in which of the following?
You respond to a 999 call to a road traffic accident with 2 casualties, you can visibly see both of them bleeding as you approach, what should be your first concern?
How many types of muscle are there?
Hypoxia usually results in what colour skin?
The normal body temp in degrees Celsius is
The normal route for Glyceryl Trinitrate is:
Nitroglycerin will cause which of the following?
What is the normal heart rate range you would expect to find in a healthy adult?
The Maxillae is located in
How many Sacral vertebrae are in the spinal column?
How many pairs of ribs are in the human body?
As an EMT from what age is the adult dose of Epinephrine presented in 1:1000 Auto Injector Epi Pen used?
The Carina is located in the
In an adult patient at what level SP02 is oxygen indicated for use?
What is the name of the thigh bone?
The phalanges are located in the
Choose the most correct Abduction means:
Capillary refill on a patient with good circulation and perfusion should be
What is the correct dose of Glucose Gel for a 5-year-old patient with Blood Glucose of 3.1mmolL?
Bradycardia is any pulse under:
The calcaneus is a bone in the:
The appendix is situated in the:
The max dosage of salbutamol an EMT can assist in administering to an adult is
The breastbone is called the :
This is considered the Normal Heart beat range for a healthy neonate
In anatomical terms Distal means:
The air sacs in the lungs in which the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place:
Which of the following would you consider during an initial assessment of a newborn?
The normal ranges of respirations on an Adult is
You are attending a call as an EMT your patient is a 4 year old male in moderate pain what is the appropriate intervention?
A person is in supine when:
Choose the most correct Adduction means:
A person is in the prone position when:
Epinephrine is presented in 1:1000 Auto Injector Epi Pens indicated for use in Severe anaphylaxis. As an Emt what is the usual Adult Dose?
Where should you park in a hazardous chemical incident?
At what rate is an unconscious paediatric patient ventilated per min?
The lateral malleolus is located near the
In Ireland at a major incident which agency has the responsibility for the welfare of the victims?
A Sphygmomanometer is used to measure:
What is a contra-indication of Glucagon?