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1. Your top priority during cardiac arrest is to:Correct
Perform high quality CPR and early defibrillation.Incorrect
2. Your patient is awake and oriented and denies any discomfort. Her respirations are even and non-labored with a 96% oxygen saturation.Correct
Verify that the monitor leads are connected.Incorrect
3. Your patient is connected to the monitor and you see a slow, regular rhythm at a rate of 48 beats per minute on the monitor. This rhythm is probably:Correct
4. You are caring for a patient in cardiac arrest who has an advanced airway in place. The correct ventilation pattern for this patient is:Correct
One ventilation every 6-8 seconds.Incorrect
5. Signs and symptoms associated with symptomatic bradycardia may include all of the following EXCEPT:Correct
6. The ratio of compressions to breaths is:Correct
7. Therapeutic hypothermia may be recommended for:Correct
For comatose patients with Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC) after cardiac arrest.Incorrect
8. Hypotension in the post cardiac arrest phase can be treated with all of the following EXCEPT:Correct
9. When caring for a patient with acute coronary syndrome, ibuprofen and naproxen are:Correct
10. The cardiac rhythm that is characterized by progressive prolongation of the PR interval until a QRS complex is "dropped" is called:Correct
Second Degree AV Block Mobitz Type 1.Incorrect