Excited Delirium and ACE™ Instructor Requalification Assessment
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What psychological behavioral cues were exhibited by the inmate? (check all that apply)
In the Ventura County Jail video, what communication behavioral cues were exhibited by the inmate? (check all that apply)
In the Ventura Country Jail video, what physical behavioral cues were exhibited by the inmate? (check all that apply)
In the presence of behavioral cues, struggling or resistance can indicate an immediate:
Which one of the following will not cause an Agitated Chaotic Event™:
The root of excited delirium is:
When confronting an individual who exhibits the signs and symptoms of excited delirium and resists your taking him or her into custody, what is the recommended intervention model for handling the person after attempts to contain him or her are not practical:
My IPICD ExDS and ACE Instruction certificate expires in how many years?
Which term best describes an individual who presents to law enforcement personnel and to others as being in a state of active delirium, but the cause(s) is/are unknown:
Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal may include: (check all that apply)
Agonal breathing is often associated with which of the following: (check all that apply)
Agonal breathing has also been labeled: (check all that apply)
The Two (2) questions 9-1-1 Call Takers should ask callers when a person is suspected of having cardiac arrest: (check all that apply)
People who have autism may: (check all that apply)
People who have autism may be overwhelmed by overstimulation that may include: (check all that apply)
Alzheimer’s is a form of: (check all that apply)
Observable traits and behavioral cues of Alzheimer’s include: (check all that apply)
Diabetes types include: (check all that apply)
Low blood sugar will not cause which of the following: (check all that apply)
Individuals who have chronic uncontrolled epilepsy are at risk of:
Schizophrenia behavioral cues and/or symptoms may include: (check all that apply)
Synthetic drugs may produce the following clinical effects: (check all that apply)
A person who is in a state of excited delirium or in an agitated chaotic state is first a:
Hyponatremia is also known as