(answered)Relias ED RN A, Complete Test Fall 2023 Relias ED RN A (Fall 2023) _ 67 Questions With Complete Solutions What is the current recommended dose of intravenous or intraosseous epinephrine in adult patients with cardiac arrest? 10 mg every 10 minutes 1 mg every 3-5 minutes 1 mg every 7 minutes 0.1 mg every 2 minutes Correct Ans ➡ 1 mg every 3-5 minutes A patient with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is MOST likely to suffer from what condition? Diabetes mellitus Cerebral palsy Diabetes Insipidus Myxedema coma Correct Ans ➡ Diabetes Insipidus A patient presents after sustaining a roll-over motor vehicle accident. They are complaining of pain around the mid-upper back. On your initial triage assessment, you find that patient has preserved motor function below L5 but is suffering from a loss of sensory function. The assessment findings are consistent with: Posterior cord syndrome Central cord syndrome Anterior cord syndrome Autonomic syndrome Correct Ans ➡ Posterior cord syndrome A patient arrives with acute onset of central chest pain. The patient is tachycardic and tachypneic and appears very anxious and restless. What would be the MOST important initial intervention for this patient? Obtain electrocardiogram Administer nitroglycerin Administer oxygen Obtain venous blood gas Correct Ans ➡ IDK, but its not administer nitroglycerin or obtain electrocardiogram!! A patient who is 27 weeks pregnant presents with painless bright red vaginal bleeding. What condition correlates with the presenting symptoms? Abruptio placenta Placenta Previa Ectopic pregnancy Premature rupture of membranes (PROM) Correct Ans ➡ Placenta Previa What is a common assessment finding in a patient with a tension pneumothorax?
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