Respiratory Distress Hurry, don’t let time run out! Sorry, time is up! 0 hours 0 minutes 0 seconds Step 1 of 4 25% You are treating a 10-year-old asthmatic with severe respiratory distress and wheezing in all lung fields. Bystanders performed CPR on the scene. Patient arrives in the emergency department with initial vitals demonstrating T: 38.7, P: 160, R: 40,BP: 110/70, O2: 88%. Rhythm strip demonstrates the following: 1. Which option describes the best management of the patient?*IVFsAdenosineCardioversionNebulizers, IV steroids, IV fluids A six-year-old presents in respiratory distress, noted to be stridulous with a barky cough. 2. Where is the airway constriction most likely? What is the narrowest portion of the pediatric airway?*Lower airway, epiglottisUpper airway, below the glottis at cricoid cartilageLower airway, below the glottis at the cricoid cartilageUpper airway, epiglottis A 14-year-old presents with known peanut allergy in respiratory distress subsequent to accidentally ingesting a peanut.Initial vitals demonstrate: T: 37.0, R: 30, HR: 130, BP: 80/30, O2: 93%. 3. Which defines this type of shock?*HypovolemicCardiogenicDistributiveRestrictive 4. Which describes appropriate management of the 14-year-old patient with known peanut allergy?*Initiate CPRAdministration of epinephrine, supplemental oxygen, IVFsIVFs, steroids, BenadrylAmiodarone This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.