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FFHB - Chapter 22

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Which of the following is not a part of the initial assessment on a victim?
a.
level of consciousness
d.
circulation
b.
airway
e.
breathing
c.
splinting
 

 2. 

If a victim has a traumatic injury and there could be damage to the patient’s neck, what method of opening the airway should be used?
a.
Place the palm of one hand on the forehead and the fingers of the other hand underneath the chin. Lift the chin with the fingers and press lightly on the forehead to roll the head into the open airway position.
b.
Tilt the head to one side and pull the jaw forward.
c.
Place one hand underneath the neck and the palm of the other hand on the forehead. Lift up on the neck and tilt the forehead back into the open airway position.
d.
Place one hand on either side of the patient’s head, placing the fingers along the curve in the jaw bone near the ear. Using the fingers, press the jaw bone out.
e.
Place one hand on either side of the patient’s head, palms touching the sides of the forehead, and rotate the head into the open airway position.
 

 3. 

What are the blood vessels, or tubes, within the body that carry blood lacking oxygen and nutrients back to the heart?
a.
capillaries
d.
femoral arteries
b.
arteries
e.
veins
c.
brachial arteries
 

 4. 

Which of the following is not a sign of internal bleeding?
a.
pale skin color
d.
a dry cough
b.
dilated pupils
e.
obvious deformity to major bones
c.
a rigid and tender abdomen
 

 5. 

A(n) ____ is a scrape or brush of the skin usually making it reddish in color and resulting in minor capillary bleeding.
a.
avulsion
d.
amputation
b.
laceration
e.
puncture
c.
abrasion
 

 6. 

The ingestion or inhalation of a caustic substance is called ____.
a.
shock
d.
dehydration
b.
an allergic reaction
e.
poisoning
c.
triage
 

 7. 

A major artery on the inside of the upper arm that is used to assess a pulse in infants is ____.
a.
brachial
c.
carotid
b.
femoral
d.
radial
 

 8. 

The initial investigative action taken by care providers to determine if the patient has the basic signs of life as well as any serious life threatening injuries is ____.
a.
secondary assessment
c.
focused assessment
b.
initial assessment
d.
quick assessment
 



 
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