RMFA / REFRESHER MEDICAL FIRST AID EXIT EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS AS ASKED BY DG SHIPPING.
- The acronyms SAMPLE stand for signs and symptoms, allergies, medications, past history and events.
A) Location of pain.
B) Last bowel movement.
C) Last meal.
D) Latest related injury.
- Which one of the following is not a system of the body:
- Increased respiratory difficulty accompanied by a weak ineffective cough, wheezing, high-pitched crowing noises, and cyanosis are signs of:
A) Mild airway obstruction
C) Severe airway obstruction.
D) Complete airway obstruction.
- The most important step in managing shock is to:
A) Keep the patient warm.
B) Give CPR as soon as possible.
C) Give first aid for the illness soar injury.
D) Elevate the lower extremities.
- A small percentage of casualties with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease have a hypoxic drive. These patients breathe because of a:
A) High oxygen level.
B) Low oxygen level.
C) High carbon dioxide level.
D) Low carbon dioxide level.
- The emergency responder is one link in the chain of services known as the:
A) Emergency Patient Care (EPC) system.
B) Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system.
C) Professional Emergency Care (PEC) system.
D) Community Medical Care (CMC) system.
- The acronym used to assist the emergency responder assessing the patient’s level of responsiveness is:
- An industrial worker sustains a severe laceration to his forearm. Direct pressure to the wound fails to control the bleeding. The correct arterial pressure point to control the bleeding is the:
- Pressing on a fingernail-bed to observe the return of normal color is done to check for:
A) Normal blood circulation to that part.
B) The presence of fractured fingers.
C) Pain in the area.
D) A lack of oxygen in the blood.
- Your primary survey of a casualty involved in a serious car collision shows only that he is confused. Later you find his pulse rate at 140 and weak, his skin cold and clammy and his breathing irregular and gasping. These signs, along with the mechanism of injury, indicate:
A) An oncoming faint.
B) Emotional stress.
C) Internal bleeding.
D) Onset of diabetic coma
- For which one of the following in factious diseases is a vaccine presently available:
D) Hepatitis B.
- Based on current research, which of the following statements about the AIDS virus is correct?
A) It can be found in blood and semen.
B) It can be transmitted by sharing eating utensils.
C) It can be transmitted by shaking hands.
D) It can be found in perspiration.
- In a hazmat situation air way management and immobilization are carried out in the:
A) Hot zone
B) Warm zone
C) Cold zone
D) Neutral zone
- During the primary assessment of a responsive adult patient, you detect a breathing rate of 28 breaths per minute. You would categorize this as:
A) Above normal.
B) Below normal.
- A blood-soaked dressing on the arm indicates that bleeding has not yet been controlled. You should now:
A) Remove the dressing and check the wound.
B) Apply pressure to the femoral artery.
C) Place a clean dressing on top and apply more pressure.
D) Apply a tourniquet.
- The type of shock that is caused by a severe infection is called:
- Which one of the following is considered a breach of duty:
A) Failure to obtain consent.
B) Failure to wear your nametag.
C) Inappropriate use of lights and siren.
D) In subordination.
- Immediately before a seizure, the patient experiences an unpleasant ode our. This phase is referred to as:
- The emergency responder should assume a head/spinal injury in any Un witnessed situation where the patient is:
B) Responsive to pain.
C) Not breathing.
- The secondary assessment of the patient consists of a head to toe examination and a check of
A) Pressure points.
B) Procedures for administering CPR.
C) Manual stabilization of the head.
D) Vital signs.
- You are taking blood pressure by palpation. A radial pulse indicates a blood pressure of at least:
- You are called for an asthma attack, treatments may include all except:
A) Metered dose inhaler
D) In haled steroids
- Into graphic anatomy, the term “lateral” means:
A) Nearer the midline of the body.
B) Away from the midline of the body.
C) Nearer the head.
D) Away from the head.
- Which one of the following conditions may mimic the signs of acute alcohol intoxication?
B) Congestive heart failure.
C) Absence seizures.
D) Anaphylactic shock.
- Which one of the following breathing diseases is included in C.O.P.D.:
- A condition where air build up in the pleural space, collapses the lung and puts pressure on the heart is called:
A) Closed pneumothorax
B) Tension pneumothorax
C) Hemo thorax
D) Open pneumothorax
- Oxygen humidification is recommended if you are administering oxygen for longer than:
- You find a male patient with obvious difficulty breathing. He is using his neck muscles, and is cyanotic.
There are red blotches on his chest, and his neck is swelling. You suspect:
- When you are giving mouth-to-nose AR, you should:
A) Hold the casualty’s mouth closed.
B) Pinch the nostrils closed before blow impairs into the casualty.
C) Tilt the head back less than for the mouth-to-mouth method of AR.
D) Keep the mouth and nose closed between breaths.
30.A rapid body survey should take no longer than:
- During one-rescuer CPR for adults, the ratio of compressions to ventilations should be: A) 5:1
- To correctly size an or pharynx geal airway place the flange at the corner of the mouth with the tip reaching:
A) The angle of the patient’s jaw
B) The top of the patient’ sear
C) The patient’ sea robe
D) Two-finger width from the flange.
- A guideline for normal systolic blood pressure in an adult male would be:
A) 50plustheman’sageupto150mm. Hg.
B) 65plustheman’sageupto120mm. Hg.
C) 80plustheman’sageupto130mm. Hg.
D) 100plustheman’sageupto150 mm.Hg.
- A should be offered to the patient with chest pain who is taking nitroglycerin:
A) Before the first dose of nitro
B) After the first dose of nitro
C) After the second dose of nitro
D) After the third dose of nitro
- When suctioning an on-breathing adult casualty, a first aider should:
A) Apply suction as soon as the suction tip touches the mouth.
B) Insert the suction tip deep into the larynx.
C) Suction for no more than 15seconds.
D) Insert the tip with the curved side towards the tongue.
- A flail chest results when:
A) Three ribs are broken on each side of the chest.
B) Part of the spine becomes separated from the ribs.
C) The breastbone is broken in three places.
D) Several ribs are broken in more than one place.
- Which of the following devices provides the highest percentage of O2delivery?
A) Nasal cannula.
B) Plastic facemask.
C) Partial rebreathing mask.
D) Non-rebreathing mask.
- Status epileptics refer to:
A) Normal seizure patters nine epilepsy.
B) Seizures are caused by a high fever.
C) Continuous seizure activity.
D) Seizures lasting longer than2 minutes.
- You suspect a patient’s pain is due to my cordial infraction rather than angina because of the pain:
A) Is under the sternum.
B) Radia test to heck, jawan’s arms.
C) Is no relieved by rest or medication.
D) Lasts for about 3minutes.
- OPQRST is used to assess:
B) Level of consciousness