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  1. With regards of moving patients1st Aid Provider should use a one way valve mask

          

  2. Red is the color of theis the part of the upper airway that keeps food and other foreign objects from entering the windpipe

          

  3. When placing a patient in theShock Position, their feet should be elevated 8-12 inches

          

  4. SAMPLESigns and symptoms
    Allergies
    Medications
    Past History
    Last Oral Intake
    Events

          

  5. If a person sustain an eye injuryclear the area around them to prevent injury

          

  6. When checking for a pulse of an unconscious patient, use theCeratoid Pulse point

          

  7. A person suffering from a heat stroke may exhibit signs ofbeing flush (red in color)

          

  8. The CAB(Circulation, Airway, Breathing) are part of the Initial Assessment.

          

  9. During childbirthif the baby's head is crowning the delivery is imminent.

          

  10. A Dressingis where a piece of skin has been pulled or peeled away from the body

          

  11. Having good skin color and breathing effortlessly describesadequate breathing

          

  12. If an object punctures the soft tissue and remains in place, then the injury is classified as animpaled object

          

  13. With regards to "AVPU" a person can be classified as Paincount the number of times they breathe over the course of the 30 seconds and multiply that number by two.

          

  14. Absorption( also known as bruising) is closed injury that is discolored and painful at the injury site.

          

  15. While performing CPR aHigh body temperature

          

  16. The windpipe is officially know as theBio Hazard Bag that a 1st Aid Provider deposits all biomedical or biohazardous materials and it should be marked with the international Biohazard symbol.

          

  17. HyperthermiaHigh body temperature

          

  18. InhalationOccurs when a patient breaths the poison into their body and results in breathing difficulties, chest pain and cyanosis,

          

  19. If the amniotic sac has not broken during delivery of the baby,the 1st Aid provider should tear the sac open and push it away from the baby's nose and mouth

          

  20. Safety of all concerned is the 1st Aid Provider 'sfirst and most important priority.

          

  21. You should pour water fromis something the patient feels.

          

  22. Keeping an amputated part cool istop of the baby's head during delivery will prevent and explosive Delivery

          

  23. HypothermiaHigh body temperature

          

  24. Capillary Bleedingis described as bright red blood that spurs from the wound

          

  25. The heart keeps the blood underBio Hazard Bag that a 1st Aid Provider deposits all biomedical or biohazardous materials and it should be marked with the international Biohazard symbol.

          

  26. The four main arteries used to control bleeding are theMechanism of Injury

          

  27. With regards to "AVPU" a person can be classified as Alertif they verbally respond to questions, but appears disoriented or they only respond to loud noises

          

  28. Protecting vital organs, giving the body shape, and serving as support framework are the functions of theSkeletal System

          

  29. Diabetesis the process during a Multiple casualty incident where patients are sorted and classified by priority.

          

  30. Placing a gloved hand gently ona priority

          

  31. For a possible dislocate shoulder that is swollen and painful, putting the arm in asling, would be the appropriate way to immobilized the injury.

          

  32. A symptomis something the patient feels.

          

  33. When a patient is exposed toregulates the body by secreting hormones.

          

  34. HIVis one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.

          

  35. Any incident involving more that one victim is referred to asMuscular System

          

  36. The Digestive Systemis responsible for ingesting nutrients

          

  37. Ways to instill confidence in your patient includesonly if the patient is in immediate danger should you perform an emergency move on someone who is injury

          

  38. One of the most important responsibilities of a 1st Aid Provider isto maintain your own composure

          

  39. Implied Consentmeans 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

          

  40. A Contusion( also known as bruising) is closed injury that is discolored and painful at the injury site.

          

  41. Venous Bleedingis dark red blood that oozes and is very superficial.

          

  42. Arterial bleedingis covering for a wound and is applied directly to the wound

          

  43. If a patient gets stung by a bee and the stinger is still in placeclear the area around them to prevent injury

          

  44. Abandonmentdelivers oxygen and nutrients to the body's cell and also removes waste products

          

  45. The Respiratory Systemremoves carbon dioxide from the body.

          

  46. Ingestionis when a poison enters the body through the mouth

          

  47. Having exposed bone ends indicates antop of the baby's head during delivery will prevent and explosive Delivery

          

  48. If a body part has been amputated,place it in a plastic bag and keep it cool do not pack it in ice

          

  49. The Central Nervous Systemis the part of the upper airway that keeps food and other foreign objects from entering the windpipe

          

  50. With regards to "AVPU" a person can be classified as Unresponsiveif the don't respond to any type of stimulus ( verbal or painful).

          

  51. A child's guardian mustgive consent prior to providing care for a child with minor injury.

          

  52. If a patient is having seizure,Shock Position, their feet should be elevated 8-12 inches

          

  53. A Duty to Act isis a penetrating injury, such as stepping on a nail

          

  54. The Good Samaritan Actprotects 1st Aid Provider from liability for medical care performed in good faith.

          

  55. The endocrine systemis the part of the upper airway that keeps food and other foreign objects from entering the windpipe

          

  56. ShockSigns and symptoms
    Allergies
    Medications
    Past History
    Last Oral Intake
    Events

          

  57. Sexual contact and sharing contaminated needles are the primary ways thatHepatitis B (HBV) is transmitted outside of a occupational setting.

          

  58. An AvulsionOccurs when a patient breaths the poison into their body and results in breathing difficulties, chest pain and cyanosis,

          

  59. The normal respiratory rate for a an adult isa priority

          

  60. Removing a patient from a cold environment is the first step for treating a patient with generalizedThermal Burn

          

  61. The Force that causes the injury is called theMechanism of Injury

          

  62. When a patient has been electrocuted,you should check for entrances and exits wounds

          

  63. Blooddelivers oxygen and nutrients to the body's cell and also removes waste products

          

  64. Rubbing a baby's back and flicking it's feet are methods used tostimulate a baby's breathing if they are not breathing after delivery.

          

  65. If there is penetration into the chest area, the injury is classified as anOpen Injury

          

  66. restlessness and anxiety are two of the signs and symptoms ofshock

          

  67. When a person has Jaundice they may exhibit ayellow skin tone.

          

  68. Tuberculosisis the blue color of the skin exhibited by a patient who has poor perfusion.

          

  69. To properly measure a persons respiratory rate,count the number of times they breathe over the course of the 30 seconds and multiply that number by two.

          

  70. The Diaphragmis a large muscle which belongs to the respiratory system.

          

  71. One of the investigative steps to be taken, while treating the victim of a Sexual Battery isthe 1st Aid provider should tear the sac open and push it away from the baby's nose and mouth

          

  72. High Blood sugar and low insulin levelDiabetic Coma

          

  73. Providing movement for the body is the main purpose of theMuscular System

          

  74. With regards to "AVPU" a person can be classified as Verbalif they verbally respond to questions, but appears disoriented or they only respond to loud noises

          

  75. The skinis a barrier for bacteria and other harmful substances / organism, serves as a communication organ, and a protective covering for the inside of the body.

          

  76. A Signis one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.

          

  77. A Heat Stroke patient will exhibithot and dry skin, altered mental state, and a headache

          

  78. If there is blunt trauma to the chest area which results in damage to internal organs and causes internal bleeding the injury is classified as ashock

          

  79. High Insulin level and low blood sugarInsulin shock

          

  80. A Lacerationis an open wound in the soft tissue

          

  81. The steps to control bleeding are1st Direct pressure
    2nd Elevation
    3rd Pressure point

          

  82. Attempting to preserve a patient's clothingShock Position, their feet should be elevated 8-12 inches

          

  83. High fever is the predominant cause ofBio Hazard Bag that a 1st Aid Provider deposits all biomedical or biohazardous materials and it should be marked with the international Biohazard symbol.

          

  84. CyanosisSigns and symptoms
    Allergies
    Medications
    Past History
    Last Oral Intake
    Events

          

  85. Rapid transport to a medical facility is crucial if the baby presentsMuscular System

          

  86. An Abrasionis an injury that has scraped away the outermost layer skin

          

  87. For the purposes of 1st Aid, Battery is defined aspatch/cover both eyes

          

  88. A hematomais a closed injury that is clearly visible as swollen lump and is discolored.

          

  89. An Important safety measure to be taken following the scene size up when dealing with a patient who is demonstrating a bizarre behavior pattern is toidentify yourself and let them know you are there to help them.

          

  90. If a bone is sticking through the skin, that is an indicator of aOpen Fracture

          

  91. Body fluids will bedoes not touch a wound and can create pressure to help control bleeding

          

  92. If direct pressure and elevation don't stop the bleeding,the next step to try and control bleeding is to apply pressure point technique to the artery supply bleed.

          

  93. The Epiglottisis 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 up blood

          

  94. Separating a patient from the heat source is one of the priorities of treating abeing flush (red in color)

          

  95. A Punctureis a penetrating injury, such as stepping on a nail

          

  96. Hepatitis A Virus ( HAV) is transmitted mostly byyou should check for entrances and exits wounds

          

  97. Triageis the process during a Multiple casualty incident where patients are sorted and classified by priority.

          

  98. Injectionis when a poison enters the body through a small opening in the skin.

          

  99. A Duty to Actmeans while on duty, 1st Aid Provider must provide care to a patient who needs it and provides consent.

          

  100. In a situation where the patient has died, one of the main things a 1st Aid Provider can do to help the familyis to allow them to grieve

          

  101. Expressed Consentis clearly and unmistakably stated and may consist oral consent, a nod, or affirming gesture.

          

  102. A Bandagedoes not touch a wound and can create pressure to help control bleeding