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What is the primary blast phase injury caused by?
 
  A) Shrapnel B) Chemicals C) Burns D) Air blast

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An administration set suitable for administering large amounts of fluid to patients suffering from fluid loss would be a:
 
  a. Piggy-back medication infusion set
  b. Buretrol or volutrol set
  c. Microdrip infusion set
  d. Macrodrip infusion set
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A year ago
Answer to q. 1

D

Answer to q. 2

d
Rationale: a. Piggy-back sets are used to administer IV drip medications.
b. A buretrol or volutrol set is used to give set amounts of fluid or medications.
c. A microdrip set is used when volume control is essential or when administering medications by IV infusion.
d. A macrodrip provides the most volume when necessary.
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