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Which of the following options show a goal of resuscitation in patients with sepsis?
Which of the following is the best objective measure for monitoring fluid resuscitation in patients with significant burns?
Chance fractures most commonly occur at what region of the spine?
Which of the following management options is NOT used in the treatment of patients with sepsis?
A 30-year-old patient is stabbed in the back. The patient is alert but complains of difficulty breathing. The patient is intubated en route to the hospital. When this patient presents to you in the trauma bay, what are your next steps in management?
What is the best time for administering vaccination in a trauma patient who had a splenic injury requiring splenectomy?
A patient presents with pneumoperitoneum on the abdominal x-ray. However, the location of the perforated bowel is not identified. What is your next step in management?
A patient is stabbed in the back and presents to you in the trauma bay. How would you quickly assess if the patient has an intact airway?
After splenectomy, a vaccine against which of the following organisms is required?
Which of the following is the correct sequence of lactic acid fermentation?
What is the first step in management after a diagnosis of tension pneumothorax is made?
A patient is stabbed in the left flank with a butcher knife. Which of the following is NOT a potential organ that could be damaged?
Which of the following trauma patients are at an increased risk of airway compromise?
Which of the following most commonly leads to further complications as a result of rib fractures?
A patient presents with penetrating colon injury resulting in significant contamination. Which of the following management options is MOST likely to be pursued?
Which of the following is the first step in the management of a trauma patient?
Pericardiocentesis is performed through which of the following areas of the body?
Which of the following are associated with pelvic fractures?
What is the quickest way to assess a patient’s airway, breathing, and circulation in a patient who is alert?
What is the classic triad of symptoms associated with cardiac tamponade?
An examination revealing a high riding prostate and blood at the meatus are indications of which of the following?
Which of the following motor responses is considered a 3 on the GCS?
Which of the following conditions is most difficult to diagnose on plain radiographs and CT scans?
A trauma patient presents in the trauma bay with hypotension, tachycardia, and altered mental status. After completing your ABCs, what is your next step?
A trauma patient in the emergency department opens his eyes to pain, speaks inappropriate words, and has no motor responses. What is his GCS?
A trauma patient presents with a widened mediastinum seen on a chest x-ray. What are you concerned about?
What is the minimum GCS score that a patient can have?
In cases of esophageal injury, which of the following diagnostic methods are NOT utilized?
Which of the following is NOT seen in a case of subdural hematoma?
What is the GCS score of a patient without eye-opening who is intubated but localizes to pain?
A mastoid fracture has which of the following signs?
A 20-year-old woman is crossing the road and is struck by oncoming traffic. When the patient arrives in the trauma bay, she had already been intubated. What are the next steps in management?
Which of the following is NOT a sign of elevated ICP?
Which of the following diagnostic modalities is the best for assessing the thorax in hemodynamically unstable trauma patients?
Which of the following best describes Cushing’s triad?
Which of the following is an appropriate therapy for a trauma patient who has fluid in the pericardial space on eFAST, hypotension, and no history of chronic pericardial effusion?
Which of the following is NOT a criterion for the diagnosis of Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS)?
Which of the following is Parkland’s formula for burn resuscitation?
On the eFAST lung view, lack of apposition of the two layers of pleura may be suggestive of which of the following conditions?
Which of the following symptoms are present in septic shock?
What type of malignancy is a potential long-term complication of burn wounds?
Which of the following describes a Chance fracture?