AMLS Pretest II questions and answers (All Correct) 1. A 19-year-old female is flushed, itchy, and wheezing after eating crab legs. Her vital signs are BP 90/64 mm Hg, P 128 bpm, R 24 breaths/min. Which intervention is indicated first?: Epinephrine intramuscular 2. A 2-year-old male is found chewing on berries from a lily of the valley plant. Predict his vital signs.: BP 70/50 P 70 bpm 3. A 22-year-old female is found at a party unresponsive and breathing approximately 8 breaths/min. Her skin is gray. Which of the following signs or symptoms will confirm your suspicion that the opioid toxidrome is causing her emergency?: Pupils 2 mm and equal 4. A 22-year-old male complains of a 2-day history of abdominal pain. His skin is flushed, and he has a fruity odor on his breath. Assessment reveals BP 106/54 mm Hg, P 128, R 28, glucose 568 mg/dL. Your highest priority intervention would be to:: Infuse normal saline rapid IV 5. A 22-year-old patient at a restaurant is complaining of abdominal pain and diarrhea. Her skin is flushed, and she feels faint. Her vital signs are: BP 98/50, P 124, R 24. Which finding in her SAMPLER history is most likely to guide your

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