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Emergency and intensive care for electric shock, drowning and mechanical asphyxia



1. The severity and outcome of electric shock depend on internal and external factors:

1) Fatigue

2) Alcohol intoxication

3) Chronic diseases

4) Thyroid overproduction

5) Overheating and excessive sweating

Answer: a) correct 2,3,5; b) correctly 1,2,4; c) correctly 3,4,5; d) everything is correct.

2. The severity and outcome of electric shock depends on the loop of its passage. The most dangerous loop is:

1) Hand - hand

2) Leg - leg

3) Right hand - right foot

4) Left hand - left foot

Answer: a) correctly 1,2; b) correctly 2,3; c) correctly 3.4; d) 2.4 is correct; e) 1.4 is correct.

3. A lethal outcome with electric shock may occur as a result of:

1) Hypoxia

2) Hypercapnia

3) Reflex spasm of the coronary vessels

4) Ventricular fibrillation

5) Paralysis of the respiratory centers

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3; d) correctly 4; e) correctly 5; e) everything is correct

4. Is it possible hemolysis of red blood cells with electric shock:

1) Yes

2) No

5. The distribution of electric current in the body occurs:

1) By blood vessels

2) muscle tissue

3) By nerve trunks

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3.

6. The electric current on the body has the following effect:

1) Thermal

2) Mechanical

3) Electrochemical

4) Biological

Answer: a) correct 1, b) correct 2; c) everything is correct, except 4; d) everything is correct

7. The most pathogenic under the action of electric current is a lesion:

1) Central nervous system

2) Cardiovascular system

3) respiratory function

4) blood coagulation system

5) Endocrine system

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3; d) correctly 4; e) correctly 5; e) everything is correct

8. Electrical injury may be accompanied by necrosis:

1) Gastrointestinal necrosis

2) Focal necrosis of the liver, gallbladder

3) Focal necrosis of the pancreas

4) kidney necrosis

5) Lung necrosis

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3; d) correctly 4; d) all right

9. In clinical practice, the following types of drowning are distinguished, except:

1) Primary, true, wet

2) Asphyctic dry

3) Aspiration

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3.

ten.
The immediate cause of death when drowning in fresh water are:

1) Ventricular fibrillation

2) Hypoxia

3) Violations of KHS

4) Hyperkalemia

Answer: a) everything is correct; b) correctly 2; c) correct 1; d) correctly 3,4; e) correctly 1,2,3.

11. Drowning in sea water is accompanied by:

1) Violation of water and electrolyte balance

2) The development of hypovolemia

3) Hyperosmolar pulmonary edema

4) Arterial hypoxia

5) Metabolic acidosis

6) lung atelectasis

Answer: a) correct 3; b) correct 1; c) correctly 4,5, 6; d) everything is correct

12. The sequence of emergency care for drowning includes:

1) Conducting a closed heart massage

2) Carrying out IVL

3) Restoration of the airway

4) Defibrillation

5) Drug-induced respiratory stimulation.

Answer: a) correctly 2,5,1,4,3; b) correctly 3,5,2,4; c) correctly 3,2,1,5,4; d) correctly 3,2,1.

13. The degree of hemolysis of red blood cells when drowning in fresh water is determined by laboratory content:

1) Total Protein

2) Total bilirubin

3) Free hemoglobin

4) Nitrous toxins

5) Free myoglobin

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3; d) correctly 4; e) correctly 5.

14. Impaired blood oxygenation in the lungs when drowning due to:

1) Damage to the pulmonary parenchyma

2) Violation of the product and stability of the surfactant system

3) Violation of the mechanics of breathing

4) Increased perfusion pressure

5) Congestion of blood in the pulmonary circulation

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3; d) correctly 4; e) correctly 5.

15. The severity of the condition of patients with interrupted mechanical asphyxia due to the predominant development:

1) Acute cardiovascular insufficiency

2) Acute respiratory failure

3) Metabolic acidosis

4) Acute renal failure

5) Posthypoxic brain edema

Answer: a) correct 1; b) correctly 2; c) correctly 3; d) correctly 4; e) correctly 5.

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