For educational use only, not a substitute for standing orders or medical direction. Compiled by a medic student/EMT-A.
This online tool preserves the data and format of the drugs chart. You can choose which drug to display and how many boxes to hide. Type the answers into the blank boxes, then click button to check answers.
Robust features include random drug and random number of blanks. Random drug will be a more relevant option as finals approach, since it chooses any drug on the list.
To study offline, save the web page to your desktop or laptop computer.
I converted the drugs chart for Quizzler, a free Palm program that offers flash card study, multiple choice testing, true/false testing, and reverse question/answer mode. Quizzler also keeps track of test dates and questions missed.
Trade names, Classes, Doses, Indications, Contraindications, and Adverse Reactions are large, multi-drug quizzes with all study modes available.
Acetaminophen, Activated Charcoal, Adenosine, and Albuterol Sulfate are small, single-drug quizzes that use flash card mode only.
[ Download Drug Quizzes ] (zip file)
My ambulance service, like most 911 providers, carries less than half of the drugs on the chart. Click image to view full size. Photos are 320 x 320 pixels for Palm use, a quarter is shown for scale.
[ Download Drug Photos ] (zip file)
|acetylsalicylic acid||adenosine||albuterol sulfate||amiodarone|
|atropine sulfate||dextrose 50%||diazepam||diphenhydramine|
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