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FIRST-AID QUIZ

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Direct Pressure, elevation, and pressure devices are all ways to stop ____ ?
Bleeding
Burns
Heat stroke
Seizures
Bright red in color and fast moving, is what type of bleed?
Arterial
Venous
Capillary
None of the above
Dark red in color and a steady slow flow, is what type of bleed?
Arterial
Venous
All of the above
None of the above
What treatment can you provide to a patient with minor bleeding before 911 arrives on scene?
Pressure and elevation
Apply gauze or dressing bandages
Provide support to the patient
All of the above
What is the appropriate treatment for a nosebleed?
Have the patient sit up and lean forward
Have the patient lay back and tilt their head back
True or false; the heat stroke patient usually has hot, dry skin?
True
False
If a patient has a small burn, what should your treatment be?
Cool with cool water
Cool with ice water
Cool with hot water
Do nothing
What exam is used in the medical field to detect a possible stroke?
"Fast"
"Slow"
What conditions should be present before ASSISTING a patient with their epinephrine (epi-pen)?
Known or suspected trigger (i.e. food allergy, insect sting, drug allergy, etc.)
Respiratory distress, including oral swelling (difficulty breathing)
Diffuse or progressive hives
All of the above
When a patient is having an asthma attack, you should?
Assist with patient's metered dose inhaler or nebulizer
Call 911
Reassure patient and urge calmness
All of the above
If a patient is acting abnormal and is a known diabetic and can eat, chew, and swallow, you should?
Give them simple sugars
Spoon of peanut butter
Hard candy
Coca-Cola zero
If a patient is experiencing a medical emergency in regard to extreme cold or heat (hypothermic or heat exhaustion), you should?
Place the patient in a hot tub
Place the patient in an ice bath
Gradually warm or cool them back to their baseline
None of the above
What are signs of heat exhaustion?
Prolific sweating
Pale, cool skin
Thirst
Nausea or vomiting
Dizziness, weakness, or exhaustion
All of the above
If a patient is having a seizure, you should?
Let them seize and clear anything of harm away from them (tables, chairs, sharp objects, etc.)
Hold the patient down
Place a bite block into patient's mouth
All of the above
Seizure patients should be placed on their?
Front
Back
Side
Standing up
Skin signs of shock are?
Pale, cool, and clammy
Dry and warm
Cold and rigid
None of the above
If an adult patient is choking and cannot move air through their airway, you should?
Sit the patient in a chair
Perform abdominal thrusts (formerly known as the Heimlich Maneuver)
Place your hand in the patient's mouth, attempting to sweep the obstruction out
None of the above
If an infant patient is choking and cannot move air through their airway, you should?
Perform 5 firm back blows with 5 chest compressions until the object is dislodged
Perform only back blows
Perform only chest compressions
None of the above
When it comes to splinting a broken bone, you should?
Manually stabilize the injury
Cover any open wound to prevent further contamination
Splint the injury in the position you find it
Immobilize the joint above and below the injury
All of the above
How can someone be poisoned?
Inhalation
Ingestion
Absorption
Injection
All of the above
If someone is poisoned, you should?
Call 911
Determine the poison/substance if safe to do so
Determine approximately how much the patient was exposed to
All of the above
What are some common signs and symptoms of a heart attack?
Chest pain or discomfort (crushing, squeezing, pressure in chest)
Weakness
Nausea or vomiting
Sweating
Shortness of breath
Pain that radiates to jaw, neck or arms
All of the above are S/S of a heart attack
When should you move a patient?
When moving the patient benefits the outcome of the patient
When the patient complains of head, neck, and/or back pain
When the patient is in a position of comfort
None of the above
When should you call 911?
When the medical or aid emergency has the potential of getting worse
When you as the rescuer are just unsure of what is going on or what to do
When you've done all that you can for the patient and they are still in need of medical attention
All of the above
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