- Undesignated Stock Albuterol in Schools
Knowledge Check: Undesignated Stock Albuterol in Schools training
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Some common signs and symptoms of asthma include:
Which of the following can lead to common signs and symptoms of asthma?
Asthma is a chronic condition characterized by all EXCEPT:
A student enters the school health room in respiratory distress. Following the Stock Albuterol Inhaler Protocol and Action Plan, your first step is to:
You would follow the action steps in the Red Zone for severe respiratory distress, when:
To ensure as much medication as possible reaches the lungs, a valved holding chamber should be used when administering a metered dose inhaler (MDI)
When using the stoplight metaphor, the Red stands for:
A student enters the school health room assisted by a friend. The friend tells you the student is feeling “sick”. The student leans forward using arms for support and is answering Yes or No questions by shaking of the head, is breathing very fast and shallowly and is having difficulty speaking. The student is likely experiencing:
Prior to administering the stock albuterol inhaler, you should:
A new albuterol stock inhaler should be ordered when:
Which of the following is NOT a correct technique for administering a metered dose inhaler (MDI)?
The stock albuterol inhaler should be cleaned: