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Basic First Aid Practice Exams (Hard) - Part 1
Which of the following is the correct sequential order of the phases of healing?
Remodeling, inflammation, hemostasis, and repair
Inflammation, hemostasis, proliferation, and maturation
Hemostasis, inflammation, repair, and remodeling
Inflammation, maturation, proliferation, and hemostasis
Which of the following describes Hydrogel?
Have the low absorptive capacity
May adhere directly to the skin
Help promote hemostasis
They are used to rehydrate dried-out necrotic eschar
Which of the following is TRUE in acute wound healing?
Ointments promote bacterial growth
Topical antibiotics should be applied to clean wounds
The wound should not be washed because water prevents healing
Polyurethane self-adhesive patches reduce the risk of hypertrophic scars
What is the most common type of head injury?
Diffuse axonal injury
What is the most common injuries for runners?
What part of your body is hurt if you have plantar fasciitis?
Failure of the heart to pump effectively can cause which type of shock?
Infection can lead to which type of shock?
Trauma to the spinal cord and resultant loss of autonomic and motor reflexes below the injury level can lead to which type of shock?
Cardiac tamponade can result in which type of shock?
What is the first aid treatment of choice to correct Hypovolemic Shock?
Have the patient drink a large bottle of Gatorade
Replace fluids intravenously as quickly as possible
Administer a vasopressor
Administer an EpiPen
What class of drug is typically used to treat neurogenic shock?
What is the first aid treatment for an anaphylactic shock?
Placing the patient in a sitting position and administering oxygen
Placing a bag of ice on the area, administer antihistamines and corticosteroids
What type of sensitivity reaction is anaphylactic shock?
Type I, Immediate Hypersensitivity Disorder
Type II, Antibody-mediated Disorder
Type III, Immune Complex-Mediated Disorder
Type IV, Cell-Mediated Hypersensitivity Disorder
What causes decreased BP in neurogenic shock?
Movement of fluid into the cells
Movement of fluid into the vasculature
Disrupted SNS communication
What type of seizure is common in children?
What is a fracture?
Any break in the continuity of a bone
A partial break in the continuity of a bone
A break in the continuity of a bone and tendon
A break in the continuity of a bone and ligament
Fracture healing progresses over how many phases?
A person who suffers a traumatic rather than planned amputation has ___?
A greater risk of infection
No risk of infection
An increased need for oxygen
No need for post operative analgesia
An open fracture involves ___?
A broken bone and a joint injury
Loss of consciousness
A broken bone that is exposed through the skin
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