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What can Murphy’s sign signify?
In a COPD patient with a hypoxic respiratory drive, it can be normal for O2 saturations to be as low as
What is classed as moderate hypothermia?
In the treatment of anaphylaxis, what drug should be administered first?
What manoeuvre can be used to treat SVT?
What severity of asthma would a Peak Expiratory Flow (PEF) of 40% compared to the patients’ best be?
Which of the following are indications for Diazepam within the Ambulance pre-hospital setting?
In what percentage of children is a non-blanching rash seen in children with meningitis?
How deep should chest compressions be on an adult patient?
What can Murphy’s sign signify
What mnemonic can be used to identify the severity of pneumonia?
TIA is defined as stroke symptoms and signs that resolve within what period of time?
Which of the following can be a sign of an Aortic Abdominal Aneurysm?
Oxygen is indicated for a patient suffering from a Sickle cell crisis, True or False
In an unconscious choking patient who still has a pulse and a severe airway obstruction, should chest compressions be commenced?
There are 3 features suggestive of an uncomplicated faint (the 3 P’s), what are they
What is the normal respiratory rate for a child aged between 1-2 years old?
What is the dosage of GTN spray for an adult patient?
Under what age can aspirin not be given?
Many ambulance services carry antidote pens for potential nerve agent poisoning, what are the medications commonly within the antidote pens