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Which of the following is the highest priority to the EMT in delivery of an infant with meconium-stained amniotic fluid? Question 5 answers Checking for fever Vigorously rubbing the infant's back immediately upon delivery to stimulate breathing Being prepared to suction the infant immediately before he takes a breath None of the above
Weegy: The amniotic fluid is a clear, watery fluid that is filtered out of the maternal blood via the amniotic epithelium into the amniotic cavity. [ [ A large portion stems also from the fetus itself (from the skin, the umbilical cord, the lungs and the kidneys). The makeup of the amniotic fluid is thus quite complex, with many maternal and fetal constituents. The main constituents are water and electrolytes (99%) together with glucose, lipids from the fetal lungs, proteins with bactericide properties and flaked-off fetal epithelium cells (they make a prenatal diagnosis of the infantile karyotype possible). Its quantity changes over the course of the pregnancy (20 ml in the 7th week, 600 ml in the 25th week, 1000 ml in the 30th to 34th week and 800 ml at birth). ] ] (More)
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Which of the following is the highest priority to the EMT in delivery of an infant with meconium-stained amniotic fluid? Question 5 answers Checking for fever Vigorously rubbing the infant's back immediately upon delivery to stimulate breathing Being prepared to suction the infant immediately before he takes a breath None of the above
Weegy: The highest priority to the EMT in delivery of an infant with meconium-stained amniotic fluid is: Being prepared to suction the infant immediately before he takes a breath. (More)
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When transporting a patient who is morbidly obese to the hospital, it is important to monitor which of the following vital signs? Pulse rate Oxygen saturation Blood pressure Blood glucose level
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Your patient was working on a car when it fell off the jack and trapped him between the tire and ground. His face is very blue and his eyes are bloodshot. Which of the following has the patient most likely suffered? a. Hemothorax b. Traumatic asphyxia c. Pneumothorax d. Flail chest
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