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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Antivenom, Visual Impairment, Hobo

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Scrape away with a card or use tweezers. Use gloved hand to grasp it with tweezers. Do not use petroleum jelly or nail polish to remove it. Place tick
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Itch, Anaphylaxis, Hypotension

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Any substance that causes injury, illness, or death when introduced into. Poisoning the body: severity of poison has three factors. Perso(cid:374)"s ag
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-3: Personal Protective Equipment, Bloodborne, Implied Consent

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Emergency action steps: check the scene and person, call 9-1-1, care for the person. If you are alone: call before giving care if: Witness sudden colla
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Biological System, Shallow Breathing, Heat Cramps

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Chapter 19: heat and cold related illnesses and emergencies. Control center of body temperature in the brain. Normal body temperature: 98. 6of: how bod
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Avulsed, Pneumothorax, Occlusive Dressing

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Chapter 14: injuries to the chest, abdomen, and pelvis. Protects vital organs: second leading cause of trauma deaths in united states every year, open
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Integumentary System, Endocrine System, Rib Cage

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Any part toward the front of the body: posterior. Any part toward the back of the body: superior. A(cid:374)y part to(cid:449)ard the perso(cid:374)"s
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Humerus, Clavicle, Scapula

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Skin is cold: purpose of immobilizing. Reduce risk of serious bleeding or loss of circulation. Prevent a closed fracture from becoming open. Includes s
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Thrombus, Cardiovascular Disease, Somnolence

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Develops over a long period of time: signals. Persistent abdominal pain or pressure: care. Rest the person comfortably and provide specific care as nee
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Ligament, Paper Cup, Foreign Body

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Chapter 13: injuries to the head, neck, and spine. Swelling and bleeding occurs when a vessel is ruptured. Other names: spinal column or vertebral colu
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Abdominal Thrusts, Epiglottis, Anaphylaxis

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Airway is blocked by tongue or swollen tissues of mouth and throat: mechanical airway obstruction. Airway is partially of completely blocked by a forei
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sprain, Wound, Human Musculoskeletal System

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Bones that form a canal that protect the spinal cord. Have a supply of blood and nerves. Gradual, progressive weakening of bone: joints. Formed by ends
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ED-3220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Edial, Unconsciousness, Shortness Of Breath

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Include layers of skin, fat, and muscle: epidermis. Contains nerves, glands, and blood vessels: hypodermis. Contains fat, blood vessels, and connective
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