102 Multiple choice questions
- is an injury that has scraped away the outermost layer skin
an air borne pathogen and a patient who suffers from it may show signs
and symptoms that include fever, night sweats, weight loss, and coughing
- if the baby's head is crowning the delivery is imminent.
- Open Fracture
- touching a person body or clothes without getting his/her consent.
- Occurs when a patient breaths the poison into their body and results in breathing difficulties, chest pain and cyanosis,
- is when a poison enters the body through a small opening in the skin.
- Insulin shock
- Ceratoid Pulse point
- stimulate a baby's breathing if they are not breathing after delivery.
- removes carbon dioxide from the body.
- give consent prior to providing care for a child with minor injury.
- only if the patient is in immediate danger should you perform an emergency move on someone who is injury
- is where a piece of skin has been pulled or peeled away from the body
- Skeletal System
that you fail to properly ensure that the patient is handed off to a
higher level of care. You must ensure they are properly handed of to EMS
- delivers oxygen and nutrients to the body's cell and also removes waste products
- yellow skin tone.
- place it in a plastic bag and keep it cool do not pack it in ice
- seizure in children
- is an open wound in the soft tissue
- adequate breathing
- constant pressure and circulation.
- if they do not respond to verbal stimuli, but responds to something painful ( sternum rub or pinched earlobe).
- being flush (red in color)
- present during childbirth and the 1st Aid provider should use body Substance isolation and Personal Protective Equipment.
- Shock Position, their feet should be elevated 8-12 inches
- if they verbally respond to questions, but appears disoriented or they only respond to loud noises
- 12-20 breaths per minute.
- first with an arm or leg during childbirth.
- the inner portion of the injured eye to the outer portion to flush a chemical from patient's injured eye.
- means while on duty, 1st Aid Provider must provide care to a patient who needs it and provides consent.
- protects 1st Aid Provider from liability for medical care performed in good faith.
- Diabetic Coma
- since it may be evidence, is one of the steps a 1st Aid Provider must take regarding a potential crime scene.
- High body temperature
- 1st Direct pressure
3rd Pressure point
- a dry, powdery chemical, you should brush off the dry substance before irrigating.
- the 1st Aid provider should tear the sac open and push it away from the baby's nose and mouth
- is clearly and unmistakably stated and may consist oral consent, a nod, or affirming gesture.
- is something you can see
- if the don't respond to any type of stimulus ( verbal or painful).
Hazard Bag that a 1st Aid Provider deposits all biomedical or
biohazardous materials and it should be marked with the international
- regulates the body by secreting hormones.
- Signs and symptoms
Last Oral Intake
- Open Injury
- is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.
- sling, would be the appropriate way to immobilized the injury.
- to not allow the victim to bathe or wash.
- is covering for a wound and is applied directly to the wound
- Open Fracture
a barrier for bacteria and other harmful substances / organism, serves
as a communication organ, and a protective covering for the inside of
- is a disease in which the body toes not product or properly use insulin
- to maintain your own composure
- also your contractual or legal obligation to provide care.
- Closed Injury
- hot and dry skin, altered mental state, and a headache
- Muscular System
- first and most important priority.
- is when a poison enters the body through the skin
- is responsible for ingesting nutrients
- is to allow them to grieve
- Low body temperature
- ( also known as bruising) is closed injury that is discolored and painful at the injury site.
- impaled object
- is something the patient feels.
- Hepatitis B (HBV) is transmitted outside of a occupational setting.
- is the part of the upper airway that keeps food and other foreign objects from entering the windpipe
- is the process during a Multiple casualty incident where patients are sorted and classified by priority.
- patch/cover both eyes
- is a closed injury that is clearly visible as swollen lump and is discolored.
- is a large muscle which belongs to the respiratory system.
- you should check for entrances and exits wounds
- Mechanism of Injury
- is made up of the brain and spinal cord.
- is described as bright red blood that spurs from the wound
- identify yourself and let them know you are there to help them.
- does not touch a wound and can create pressure to help control bleeding
be defined as a condition that results from the insufficient delivery
of oxygenated blood to the body and, if left untreated, can result in
cell and organ failure or death
- scrape it away with the edge of a plastic card.
- Multiple Casualty Incident
- is the blue color of the skin exhibited by a patient who has poor perfusion.
- if they can respond correctly and spontaneously to simple questions
- fecal and oral contamination.
- the next step to try and control bleeding is to apply pressure point technique to the artery supply bleed.
- clear the area around them to prevent injury
- count the number of times they breathe over the course of the 30 seconds and multiply that number by two.
- top of the baby's head during delivery will prevent and explosive Delivery
- Thermal Burn
- applies to unresponsive patient.
- is a penetrating injury, such as stepping on a nail
- a priority
- 1st Aid Provider should use a one way valve mask
- is dark red blood that oozes and is very superficial.
- keeping a neat, clean, and professional appearance.
- is when a poison enters the body through the mouth
- (Circulation, Airway, Breathing) are part of the Initial Assessment.
- is described as dark red blood that steadily flows from the wound