MFA EXIT EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 2.0

MEDICAL FIRST AID EXIT EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS AS ASKED BY DG SHIPPING EXIT EXAMS.

  • For adult CPR , you deliver chest compressions at a rate of _____ with a depth of _______.
  1. 100/min , 2 inches           *
  2. 80/min , 1 ½ inches
  3. 60-100 min , 2 inches
  4. 100/min , 1 ½ inches
  • During 2 rescuer CPR on an adult , how many cycles of CPR do you perform before switching roles ?
  1. 5 cycles                   *
  2. 2 cycles
  3. 30:2 cycles
  4. 4 cycles
  • In silvester method how many times chest with their arm lift cycle is repeated per minute ?
  1. 5 times per min
  2. 10 times per min
  3. 12 times per min         *
  4. 15 times per min
  • You suspect a head and neck injury in a victim who is unresponsive and not breathing. How would you open the Airway to give breath  ?
  1. Jaw-thrust technique         *
  2. Head tilt-chin lift
  3. E-C clamp technique
  4. Thumb and index lift
  • If a crew member receives third degree burn
  1. Do not cool with water unless it is a chemical burn
  2. Do not bandage the burn completely
  3. Both A and B            *
  4. None
  • While working in hot areas like engine room you can take salt tablets to avoid heat exhaustion
  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE          *
  • Contusions are
  1. Usually controlled by applying direct pressure
  2. Very serious for the crew due to increased pressure in the brain
  3. Usually associated with scalp laceration       *
  4. Almost always seen in the children
  • If a crew is bleeding heavily
  1. Apply pressure on the wound and wrap it with bandage
  2. Elevate the wound if possible
  3. Both A and B               *
  4. Do nothing
  • You should move an injured crew only when
  1. They are panicking
  2. The scene becomes unsafe          *
  3. They asked to be moved
  4. They are cold or hot
  • How do you know the victim is receiving adequate breaths during CPR ?
  1. The victim’s chest rises          *
  2. The victim’s stomach rises
  3. There is no definite way to tell without medical intervention
  4. The victim’s chin begins to move forward
  • The number of cycles of CPR that should be performed for an adult in 2 minutes
  1. 2
  2. 5            *
  3. 10
  4. 30
  • How can you help someone who is having a seizure ?
  1. Put something in their mouth
  2. Restrain them
  3. Keep them safe from injury                 *
  4. None of the above
  • What should you do for a diabetic crew who acts confused and irritable ?
  1. Call the doctor
  2. Give sugar to eat and drink           *
  3. Assist by giving a shot of insulin
  4. Wait to see if the crew improves
  • A casualty has cut his finger . What should you not do
  1. Wash with main tap water
  2. Put a plaster in her wound         *
  3. Apply direct pressure if needed
  4. Apply an antiseptic solution
  • If you are alone and come up on a  crew who may need  CPR ,  the first thing you should do is
  1. Activate the emergency response system
  2. Begin CPR
  3. Go for an AID
  4. Make sure he scene is safe                     *
  • The percentage composition of O2 and CO2 in the air we breathe out is
  1. 21% O2 , 0.04% Co2
  2. 18% O2 , 0.04% Co2
  3. 20% O2 , 4.0% Co2
  4. 18% O2 , 4.0% Co2                 *
  • The injury that occurs to a tendon is known as
  1. Sprain
  2. Strain         *
  3. Fracture
  4. None of the above
  • What is the other name of ligament injury
  1. Sprain                    *
  2. Strain
  3. Fracture
  4. None of the above
  •  Why should you cover burns with a clean or sterile dressing ?
  1. To prevent infection          *
  2. To cool burned area
  3. To keep the burn area warm
  4. Both A and C
  • In which situation would you wrap casualty in cold , wet sheet ?
  1. Stroke
  2. Fainting
  3. Heat stroke           *
  4. Heart attack
  • Which of these are not one of the three types of muscle tissue ?
  1. Cardiac muscle
  2. Skeletal muscle
  3. Flexible muscle        *
  4. Smooth muscle
  • An unconscious casualty is lying on their back and has a broken leg , What position is best for the casualty ?
  1. Recovery position            *
  2. Leave them as they are
  3. Sitting up
  4. Lying down with the legs raised
  • You find a crew at the bottom of the stairs . He appears to have fallen and seems badly hurt . After sending someone for help you would
  1. Roll the crew onto his stomach keeping the head and back in a straight line
  2. Roll the crew onto one side
  3. Position crew onto one side
  4. Attempt to keep crew from moving                      *
  • Which of the following is the priority when treating fractured  ribs on a conscious casualty ?
  1. Help the casualty into the half sitting position               *
  2. Lay the casualty on their back with legs raised
  3. Immediately treat any sucking chest wound
  4. Support the limb on the injured side in an elevated sling
  • After activating the emergency response system the next step is to ?
  1. Check for a pulse for 3 to 5 seconds
  2. Start chest compression at a ratio of 30:2
  3. Check for a pulse for 5 to 10 second          *
  4. Start chest compression at a ratio of 15:2
  • Assessing the crew includes all of the following except
  1. Shake his shoulder
  2. Look , listen and feel for breathing                      *
  3. Yell at him or call his name
  4. Observe his breathing
  • Which is true ?
  1. Fracture may cause internal bleeding                 *
  2. Fracture cause only bruising
  3. Fracture are painless
  4. All of the above
  • To treat a nose bleed hold pressure on the bridge of the nose and help the crew
  1. Lean slightly back
  2. Lean slightly forward              *
  3. Apply heat pack to the nose
  4. Lie flat on the door
  • Which one of the following is not crucial in cases of abdominal distress ?
  1. Establish the cause of pain
  2. Give oxygen by non-breather mask               *
  3. Be prepared to deal with vomiting
  4. Monitor the crew for sins of hypovolemic shock
  • Which one of the following should the first provider do when helping a crew with a snake bite ?
  1. Do not remove jewelry or clothing in the area of the bite
  2. If a crew is a bit on the arm, elevate the arm about the level of the heart                   *
  3. If the snake is still there, back way and approach from another direction to offer help
  4. Suck the venom from the snake bite

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