* 1. First and Last Name

* 2. NYS EMT Number

* 3. Mountain Lakes Region ALS Technician Number

* 4. Primary Agency in Mountain Lakes Region

* 5. Your patient has been successfully resuscitated from a VF cardiac arrest. Pulse is 100 BPM and BP is 64/38. Which intervention is NOT indicated in management of this patient?

* 6. When treating a patient for severe vertigo / nausea, a CCT may utilize Diphenhydramine 25mg IV or IM on standing orders.

* 7. You are dispatched to a 70-year-old male patient complaining of difficulty breathing. During your assessment you auscultate rales lung sounds and note that his BP is elevated. Your differential diagnosis is Pulmonary Edema. What is the appropriate dose of Nitroglycerin for this patient?

* 8. What is the appropriate criteria for determining that you should follow the adult Septic Shock- Suspected protocol?

* 9. Which medication used in cardiac arrest should be diluted in a minimum 20 cc of Normal Saline to minimize post ROSC hypotension and phlebitis?

* 10. Which of the following advanced directives can be followed by EMS providers without contacting Medical Control?

* 11. All of the following requirements must be met for termination of resuscitation in the field without an online medical order EXCEPT

* 12. Solumedrol has been replaced by Dexamethasone in all indications for use of a steroid.

* 13. Under the Agitated Patient protocol, CCT's have a standing order for

* 14. Which of the following is true regarding the Patella Dislocation protocol?

* 15. What is the standing order dose of Magnesium in a pregnant seizure patient?

* 16. Under the Acute Asthma protocol, the standing order for Dexamethasone (Decadron) is

* 17. The Pulmonary Edema - Acute Cardiogenic protocol calls for "aggressive Nitroglycerin 0.4 mg SL or equivalent, as needed". List the 3 bullet points / doses with MAP criteria for this.

* 18. In the Hyperkalemia protocol, after obtaining vascular access, AEMT's and CCT's can administer

* 19. What is the pediatric dose for Hydroxocobalamin (Cyanokit) in a symptomatic smoke inhalation patient?

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