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  1. The most common medical emergency in a dental office is:
  1. Adequate preparation to manage medical emergencies include _______________.
  1. A duty of the first person on the scene of an emergency is _______________.
  1. Essential emergency equipment includes:
  1. Epinephrine is recommended for managing _______________.
  1. Glucagon is used in the management of _______________.
  1. Flumazenil is used in the management of _______________.
  1. Syncope would most likely occur in a _______________.
  1. A non-psychogenic predisposing factor for syncope is _______________.
  1. The physiological mechanism for the onset of syncope is _______________.
  1. A symptom during the early stage of syncope is:
  1. A patient experiencing syncope should be positioned _______________.
  1. The definitive care for syncope includes:
  1. Anaphylactic reactions are caused by _______________.
  1. The appropriate dose of epinephrine to a 5 year old child experiencing anaphylaxis is _______________.
  1. Mild allergic reaction in a 5 year old child is treated by administering _______________.
  1. The position for managing a patient experiencing an acute asthmatic episode is _______________.
  1. If a five year old patient experiencing an acute asthmatic attack does not show improvement after three doses of a bronchodilator, _______________.
  1. Anesthetic toxicity may be a result of _______________.
  1. Emergency management of local anesthesia toxicity in a five year old includes:
  1. Diabetic mellitus patients may experience:
  1. An initial dose 0.5cc of glucagon IM is the drug of choice for treating _______________.
  1. During the ictal phase of a seizure, _______________.
  1. The etiology of cardiac arrest in children and adults _______________.
  1. The proper sequence of BLS for a child in cardiac arrest, witnessed by 2 rescuers, is: