Flashcards in Rehab Manual Deck (32)
The recommended ratio of rehab personnel to members currently assigned to rehab should be?
What are the different levels of Rehab?
Level 1, Level 2, Level 3
NFPA 1584 recommends that Rehab be staffed with what personnel?
How many levels are there for the Rehab manual?
The purpose of this manual is to ensure the _____ and ______ condition of members operating at the scene of an emergency.
Who will be in charge of Rehab?
What are some examples of locations that can be effectively used for rehabilitation areas?
What type of form that will be completed to track units through rehab?
Check in/ Check Out Form
A critical factor in the prevention of heat injury is the maintenance of ______?
Emergency service personnel shall re-hydrate with at least how many ounces of water?
_______ is the Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operation and Training Exercises.
The ______ will assign the responsibility of providing a Rehab to an appropriate unit when conditions indicate that rest and rehabilitation are needed for personnel operating at an emergency incident.
Climatic or environmental conditions that indicate the need to establish Rehab and an area in which they can operate are a heat stress index above _____ degrees Fahrenheit or a wind chill index below _____ degrees Fahrenheit.
While in the Rehabilitation Area, rest may not be less than _____ minuets and may exceed an hour as determined by the Rehab Group Supervisor.
A person will be considered to have failed Rehab should vital signs fail to achieve...
BP: systolic less than 160mmHg and/or diastolic less than 100mmHg
What is the recommended ratio of rehab personnel to members currently assigned to rehab?
What level of rehab is an ALS presence required?
During heat stress members should consume how much water per hour?
At least 1 quart per hour
What is the normal core body temperature?
98.6 to 100.6
A member whose blood pressure is greater than _____ should not be released from rehabilitation.
Diastolic greater than 100
Who is considered to have delegated authority from the IC to determine if a person is able to be released back to operations or if they have failed rehab?
The rehab supervisor
A firefighter who has not achieved a heart rate less than _____ beats per minutes by the end of the 20 minute rehab period should not released from rehabilitation.
What is considered a normal respiratory rate?
Climatic or environmental conditions that indicate the need to establish rehab in an area in which they can operate are...
A heat stress index above 90 degrees Fahrenheit or a wind chill index below 10 degrees Fahrenheit
What type of foods provides supplemental forms of energy?
Apples, oranges, bananas
It is highly recommended that the Rehab Supervisor be _______.
How many levels of Rehab are there?
What does Level 1 Rehab consist of?
A single, dedicated EMS unit and is applicable for incidents up to and including a first alarm assignment where units will be operating for less the one hour
What does Level II Rehab consist of?
Multiple dedicated resources with a designated supervisor and on incidents greater than a first alarm