BLS Optional – Expanded Skills Quiz

BLS Optional-Expanded Skills Quiz

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Which of the following patients is a candidate for IN naloxone administration?

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What are common reasons that a nasally administered drug might not be effective?

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When should you administer the IN medication?

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When using a naloxone 2 mg preloaded syringe with a separate mucosal atomizer device (MAD), the entire dose should be administered in one nostril.

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When using the 4 mg NARCANĀ® Nasal Spray prepackaged device, the entire dose should be administered in one nostril.

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What is the usual onset of action (temporary blockage of opioid effects resulting in improved respiratory and neurological status) after administration of IN naloxone?

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Indications for the use of auto-injector epinephrine include:

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Which of the following signs are common to an allergic reaction?

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A patient presenting with only itching, tearing and minor swelling around the eyes after exposure to a potential allergen should:

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Which of the following foods is a common cause of severe allergic reaction?

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Epinephrine should be used cautiously in patients greater than 35 years old, or who have a history of coronary artery disease or hypertension.

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The most significant medical condition/presentation for the administration of auto-injector epinephrine is:

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Which of the following is not a life-threatening condition of anaphylaxis?

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Patients suffering from a severe allergic reaction may initially present in respiratory distress, or respiratory distress may develop/worsen as the allergic reaction progresses.

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The recommended site for auto-injector epinephrine administration is:

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Side effects of epinephrine administration include:

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What % of diabetic patients have Type 2 Diabetes (the pancreas secretes insulin, but the body is partially or completely unable to use it)?

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What are the indications for finger stick blood glucose testing with a glucometer?

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What is the normal serum (blood) glucose level range?

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Which of the following may result in glucometer device failures?

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The finger stick should be performed off to the side of the center of the patient's finger.

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The patient's 2nd and 5th fingers are the best for blood glucose finger sticks.

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Following a finger stick, you should wipe away the first drop of blood and use a subsequent drop of blood for a blood glucose sample.

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A patient with a blood glucose level equal to or less than ______ (or slightly above this number with a history/clinical picture that fits hypoglycemia) should be treated with oral glucose if they are conscious and able to swallow.

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