Free EMT Practice Test
How many cervical vertebrae are there?
You are on the scene of a tanker truck versus passenger vehicle collision on a rural highway. The vehicles are just beyond a curve in the roadway and there is a distinct odor of diesel fuel. It is dark and there is little traffic. Which of the following should be used to alert oncoming traffic to the situation?
A patient with bilateral femur fractures would have which of the following?
The muscular organ in which a baby develops during pregnancy is called the:
Which of the following must be treated by the EMT if present in a patient with an apparent behavioral emergency?
When a person acts in a manner that is unacceptable to himself or those around him, this would be considered which of the following?
You are called to a farmhouse on a sunny spring afternoon. Upon arrival, a frantic mother tell you that her 4-year-old daughter was playing in the yard, stung repeatedly by several bees. The patient is alert, screaming and crying, and can follow her mother’s commands. Her arms and legs are swollen and show the marks of several stings. Her body is covered in hives. Her vital signs are blood pressure 90/40, pulse 110, respiratory rate 24, and oxygen saturation 99 percent. Her lungs sounds are clear and equal bilaterally. You decide to administer oxygen. What is the best method?
Which of the following BEST describes the purpose of the modern emergency medical services (EMS) system?
Which of the following describes the mid-line of the body?
An injury in which the epidermis remains intact, but blood vessels and cells in the dermis are injured, is called a(n):
Which of the following BEST describes the events that occur during the first stage of labor?
Which of the following is NOT a consideration that should be used by the EMT in establishing the size of the danger zone?
What is the temporary organ of pregnancy, which functions to supply the developing fetus with oxygen and nutrients?
Which of the following is a characteristic of referred pain?
You respond to a 75-year-old female who is complaining of epigastric pain that feels like heartburn and radiates to the right shoulder. Her vital signs are stable and she has a previous history of an myocardial infarction. She has prescription nitroglycerine tablets. An ALS unit is en route. After performing a physical examination and applying oxygen by nasal cannula, you should:
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