KNR 180 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tourniquet, Perfusion, Sunburn

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Chapter 7
Perfusion vs hypoperfusion
Sides of the perfusion triangle
Stages of shock compensated, decompensated, irreversible shock
General care for victims in shock what position they should be placed in, when to
move a victim and when not to move a victim.
Chapter 8
Amount of blood loss that can lead to shock or death when lost rapidly both child and
adult
What is hemorrhaging?
Difference between arterial, venous, and capillary bleeding
What effects clotting time (i.e. what can slow clotting time)
Care for external bleeding what PPE to wear, how type of dressing, how to apply
pressure, how to apply a tourniquet
Difference between internal and external bleeding
Chapter 9
Types of open wounds (including the types of amputations)
Care and cleaning of open wounds
What is tetanus, what causes it and when shot is most effective following injury
The exception for removing impaled objects (when is the only time that an object
should be removed?)
Care for objects impaled in the eye
Chapter 10
How to apply dressings
Bandaging technique used for wrapping an injury (spiral method, figure 8 method, etc.)
Chapter 11
Difference between first-, second-, and third-degree burns
BSA value (%) when to seek medical care for small second-degree burns
Care for large-second degree burns
When to seek medical care for burns
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