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You arrive on the spot of a car accident, and you see that a man was ejected from his vehicle and he currently lies on edge of the road. The vehicle is positioned on its roof a few meters away from the man.
What should you do first?
A -Run towards the car and check if there is someone else in the vehicle.|
B -Insure the safety of the area, and then head towards to the first victim that you see.
C -Dial 911 on your cell-phone, insure the safety of the area, and head towards the first victim that you see.
D -Move the victim from the road in order to avoid another accident.
Your neighbour who is working on his roof falls 3 meters. You saw the incident and you are the first one to arrive on the scene.
What should you do first?
A -Insure the safety of the area, run to him immediately, tell to him not to move, reassure and comfort him, and then call 911 on your cell phone.|
B -Quickly run to him, ask him whether he can move in order to check the possibility of a column injury and assist him to get to his home.
C -Quickly run to him and ask to him to speak to you continuously in order to check the possibility of a head traumatism.
D -Quickly run to him and ask if he needs an ambulance.
You are occupied in your flower-bed and suddenly a child (approximately 4 years) who is unknown to you, passes you with his bicycle, and makes a fall onto the pavement. He scratched the inside of the hands and elbows in the fall.
What should you do first?
A -Look around to see if his parents are there, and as there is nobody. Take him in your arms, comfort him, bring him inside, and disinfect his wounds with an antiseptic ointment.|
B -Ask him if he has any injuries other than the ones on his hands and elbows. Then try to find his parents and take him in your arms.
C -Look around to see whether his parents are there and as there is nobody. Shout to Your neighbour to come and help you. Comfort the child and reassure him then ask your neighbour to dial 911 while you wash his wounds with fresh water.
D -Dial 911 because you don't have the right to help a child without the permission of his parents.
While play fighting with a buddy in your backyard, your friend hits his foot on a piece of wood, collapses on the ground, and complains about a sudden pain at the ankle.
What should you do first?
A -Ask him whether he can move his ankle (he says yes) so you apply ice to reduce the pain and swelling of his strain.|
B -Ask him not to move, calm him, and reassure him. You then run to seek binding before it swells
C -Ask him not to move, calm him, and reassure him. You then run to find something to cover the wound. Then you roll and bind his ankle to immobilize it, you apply ice and with the assistance of a neighbour you immediately bring him to the hospital.
D -Ask him not to move, calm him, and reassure him. You then run to find something to cover the wound. Then you roll and bind his ankle to immobilize it. You recommend him to keep his ankle elevated for the next 12 hours.
At an amateur baseball game, a player accidentally gets hit in the belly with a baseball bat. He collapses on the ground. He feels breathless and after a few minutes he concerns himself by covering and supporting his abdomen with his both hands. A few minutes later, he is still badly in pain; he is hot, sweaty and wants to drink water.
Would you advise for him to drink water in this situation?
A -No, absolutely not.|
B -Water will make no difference.
C -Water will help him to recover..
D -Only if he insists.
Referring back to question 5,
What kind of injury might the baseball player have?
A -Tearing of abdominal muscles.|
B -Bursting of the bladder, lesions to spleen and liver.
C -All these answers.
D -Breach of the intestines and internal bleeding.
According to the generally recognized principles of first aid, and according to the new CPR guidelines,
In which order the following actions have to be carried out?
A -The circulation, state of consciousness, airways, and breathing. |
B -The state of consciousness, circulation, airways, and breathing.
C -The state of consciousness, airways, breathing, and circulation.
D -The state of the skin, circulation, state of consciousness, and breathing.
A person is in front of you who seems very confused, is hot, has sweats, pale skin, and trembles. H does not cooperate when you speak to him.
What do you do?
A -He is a diabetic and I help him to take his insulin.|
B -He is a diabetic and I recommend for him to take a much sweetened liquid.
C -He is under the effect of an unspecified substance and I call the ambulance
D -He is probably drunk and I call the police.
After having run the bases at a baseball game, a player rubs his left arm, seems to have difficulty breathing, complains about bad digestion, has pale skin, and bluish lips.
What do you do?
A -I give him my buddy's nitro who is cardiac and I call the 911.|
B -I have him sit down, and ask of him to follow my breathing, I cover him abundantly with water and make him drink water at will.
C -I ask him to make himself vomit using his fingers because that will relieve him of his bad digestion.
D -I have him sit down in a half-sit position, reassure him and call 911 immediately.
The factors of risks supporting the development of cardiac diseases are:
A -The tobacco smoking, high blood pressure, sedentary life style, bad food, diabetes, obesity and stress.|
B -The tobacco smoking, alcohol, arterial hypotension, the difficult exercise, salt, hypoglicemy and overwork.
C -The alcohol, drugs, prolonged work, the abuse of medication and negligent attitude.
D -The secondary smoke, alcohol, stress, strenuous work, drugs and extreme sports.
The main signs and symptoms of the angina and the heart attack are:
A -Sweats, fast breathing, slow pulse, abnormally red and hot skin.|
B -Cold sweats, feeling of indigestion, pain in the chest, pale skin, lips bluish and respiratory difficulty.
C -Abundant sweats, dizziness, nausea, paleness of the skin and convulsions.
D -Abundant sweating, tremors, nausea, vomiting and headaches.
The effect of cholesterol on the arteries is often called:
A -Heart stroke|
C -Pericardia disease
The angina is:
A -Without danger because harmless.|
B -An intense sign of tiredness.
C -A small heart attack.
D -An advance sign of the heart attack.
According to the survival chain of the "The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada", the orders of gestures to increase chances of survival to a victim of a cardiac arrest are:
A -Fast recognition of the problem, Calling 911, beginning CPR, fast defibrillation, the arrival of the ambulance, and fast arrival to the hospital.|
B -Fast recognition of the problem, beginning CPR, Calling 911, and fast defibrillation.
C -The ABC, CPR, defibrillation, and the transportation to the hospital in the fastest way possible.
D -Call 911, arrival of the ambulance, defibrillation and transport at the hospital by the fastest way possible.
At the time of the cardio-pulmonary-resuscitation (CPR) to the adult victim, thoracic compressions must be done on:
A -The width of the index under the point of the sternum.|
B -The lower haft of the sternum.
C -The width of the index to the top of the point of the sternum.
D -The upper half of the sternum.
According to the new CPR guidelines 2015, the number of thoracic compression and breath at the CPR with the adult victim, are :
A -12 compressions / 2 breaths|
B -5 compressions / 1 breath
C -15 compressions / 2 breath
D -30 compressions / 2 breaths
During CPR, if the victim starts vomiting, you must immediately turn the victim on his side to clean out the mouth. The most common reason of vomiting is:
A -Too strong compressions to the thorax.|
B -Bad position of the hands.
C -Airways are not open.
D -Too strong and too fast breath.
The adult CPR apply starting from the age of:
A -8 and over|
B -14 and over
C -16 and over
D -18 and over
When somebody chokes while eating, when he coughs it is necessary:
A -To strongly backslap him.|
B -To encourage him to cough and be ready to proceed with the suitable manoeuvre.
C -To ask him to lean ahead.
D -To perform Heimlich manoeuvre immediately.
With the conscious victim, the Heimlich manoeuvre applies from the age of: :
Please answer to the 3 last questions below by selecting your choice
A -8 years old|
B -2 years old
C -1 year old
D -14 years old
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