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Table 1 Knowledge degree test for pharmaceutical life-saving skills training

From: Evaluation of pharmaceutical lifesaving skills training oriented pharmaceutical intervention

For the following questions, please mark “O” for True and “X” for False.
1. We give adrenaline every 20–30 minutes. ( )
2. Pharmacotherapy is applied to PEA and asystole, not defibrillation. ( )
3. Magnesium sulfate induces torsades de pointes. ( )
4. Lidocaine has higher heartbeat relapse rates than Amiodarone. ( )
5. We give 0.3 mg of adrenaline for cardiac arrest. ( )
6. When we administer medication to patients with cardiac arrest, we elevate the arm to a position that is higher than the heart for 10–20 seconds after giving 5 mL normal saline. ( )
7. The vasopressin causes vasoconstriction through the V1 receptor. ( )
8. Amiodarone has fewer proarrhythmic effects than Nifekalant. ( )
9. Administration of atropine is recommended for PEA and asystole in the 2010 cardiopulmonary resuscitation guidelines. ( )
10. We give sodium bicarbonate for tricyclic antidepressant poisoning. ( )