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1

The first step in assessing a seizure patient is determining ______.

A. ABCs
B. BGL
C. 12-lead ECG

A. ABCs

2

After assessing a seizure patient's ABCs, what is evaluated next?

A. BGL
B. 12-lead ECG
C. Pregnancy

A. BGL

3

The minimum BGL of a seizure patient should be ____.

50 mg/dL

4

If a patient is experiencing an active seizure, or recurrent seizures without a lucid interval, what is evaluated next?

Whether or not the patient is in third trimester of pregnancy with signs of eclampsia.

5

IV Midazolam for adult seizure patient weight between 50-74 kg.

A. 2.5 mg
B. 5 mg

A. 2.5 mg

6

IV Midazolam for adult seizure patient weight over 75 kg.

A. 2.5 mg
B. 5 mg

B. 5 mg

7

IV Midazolam for adult seizure geriatric patient.

A. 2.5 mg
B. 5 mg

A. 2.5 mg

8

IM/IN Midazolam for adult seizure geriatric patient.

A. 5 mg
B. 10 mg

A. 5 mg

9

IM/IN Midazolam for adult seizure patient weight over 75 kg.

A. 5 mg
B. 10 mg

B. 10 mg

10

IM/IN Midazolam for adult seizure patient weighing 50-74 kg.

A. 5 mg
B. 10 mg

A. 5 mg

11

T/F: The adult, non-pregnant patient with recurrent seizure may receive magnesium sulfate.

True

12

Signs/symptoms of eclampsia

Review

13

Magnesium sulfate for seizure patient 50-74 kg.

A. 2 g
B. 1 g

A. 2 g

14

Magnesium sulfate for a geriatric patient.

A. 2 g
B. 1 g

B. 1 g

15

Magnesium sulfate for seizure patient over 75 kg.

A. 2 g
B. 1 g

A. 2 g

16

Medical control may be contacted for orders if a patient experiences another seizure following ____ dose(s) of benzodiazepines.

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