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  • 1. How would you open an airway for an unresponsive patient without a suspected spinal injury?

(Choose 1)

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway

Hand on forehead, gently pull head back One hand on head, one under chin, gentle head tilt and chin lift Spinally immobilise and do jaw thrust Lie patient on their back

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway
  • 2. Which of the following would likely be included in the primary treatment of a major bleed?

(Choose 1)

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway

Cover them with a blanket Take a blood sugar measurement Carry out a FAST test Raise the patient's legs

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway
  • 3. Tick all of the answers that you would want to tell the operator when you call 999.

(Tick all that apply)

Exact location of incident Number of patients Events leading up to problem Your email address so that they can follow you up afterwards Details of hazards present Your line manager's details Gender and age of patient

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway
  • 4. You are doing CPR on a patient when the emergency services arrive. On their arrival, you should:

(Choose 1)

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway

Carry on CPR until they explicitly tell you to stop Stop CPR and thank them for getting there Carry on CPR until they are in the room Stop CPR in case you aren't doing it right

First Aid Quiz - Generated with Scenario Library www.firstaidscenariolibrary.co.uk 1. How would you open an airway
  • 5. What actions might you use to try and build trust with a casualty?

(Tick all that apply)

  • Stand over the patient, showing authority

Introduce yourself Find out the patient's preferred name Crouch or kneel down to same height Use long medical terms to show competency Take into account the patient's choices

Introduce yourself Find out the patient's preferred name Crouch or kneel down to same height Use
  • 6. When approaching the scene of an incident, what dangers should you be considering and aware of?

(Tick all that apply)

Fire Glass Aggressive people Slippery surfaces Electrical contacts with patient or surroundings Road traffic All of the above

Introduce yourself Find out the patient's preferred name Crouch or kneel down to same height Use
  • 7. You have started assisting a casualty at a scene and are on your own. Some passers by stop and ask if they

can help. You should:

(Choose 1)

Introduce yourself Find out the patient's preferred name Crouch or kneel down to same height Use

Thank them, but say you will be fine Ask them to stay, as there may be something they can do Ask them if they are trained and say no if they aren't Thank them, and say you needed to be somewhere and leave

Introduce yourself Find out the patient's preferred name Crouch or kneel down to same height Use
  • 8. If coming across a traffic accident, what steps might you want to take?

(Tick all that apply)

Push vehicles off road out the way Turn off ignition Set-up a warning at a distance from the incident Apply handbrake if vehicle upright Roll over any vehicles on their side Wear hi-visibility jacket if availale Definitely don't go near because it won't be safe

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe
  • 10. What three things does a fire need to start and maintain itself?

(Tick all that apply)

Petrol Source of fuel Oxgen Carbon dioxide Time Ignition

Petrol Source of fuel Oxgen Carbon dioxide Time Ignition
  • 11. Which of the following are meanings of a letter in the AVPU response scale? (4 answers obviously!)

(Tick all that apply)

Pain

Awake

Voice

Alert

Pale

Unresponsive

Violent

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe
  • 12. Thinking about patient assessment, tick all of the options that are true.

(Tick all that apply)

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe

'Signs' are things you find on examination of the patient 'Signs' are things you are told about by the patient 'Symptoms' are things you are told about by the patient 'Symptoms' are things you find on examination of the patient

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe
  • 13. Which of these options would you be looking to find out when assessing someone's breathing?

(Tick all that apply)

Stop, Drop and Roll Stop, Pat and Drench Run, Whirl and Flap Crouch, Still and Breathe

How easy or painful it is Rate Noise Depth

All of the above

All of the above

All of the above
  • 14. Normal body temperature is:

(Choose 1)

35 degrees C 36 degrees C 37 degrees C 38 degrees C
35
degrees C
36
degrees C
37
degrees C
38
degrees C
All of the above 14. Normal body temperature is: (Choose 1) 35 degrees C 36 degrees
  • 15. On what area of the body would a radial pulse be taken?

(Choose 1)

All of the above 14. Normal body temperature is: (Choose 1) 35 degrees C 36 degrees

Back of knee Just up from the wrist On side of neck On the inside of the arm by the elbow

All of the above 14. Normal body temperature is: (Choose 1) 35 degrees C 36 degrees
  • 16. Which four elements below are considered to be part of the 'chain of survival'?

(Tick all that apply)

Early transport Early help Early CPR Early ECG Early defibrillation Early Movement Early advanced care

All of the above 14. Normal body temperature is: (Choose 1) 35 degrees C 36 degrees
  • 17. Tick all of the situations that you would stop CPR for:

(Tick all that apply)

The ambulance turns up You are too exhausted to continue The patient starts obviously breathing Another person takes over The ambulance crew tell you to stop

All of the above 14. Normal body temperature is: (Choose 1) 35 degrees C 36 degrees
  • 18. When carrying out chest compressions, your hands will be:

(Choose 1)

  • One on top of the other, often with interlocked fingers

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest, the other on the chin

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,
  • 19. A woman in the later stage of pregnancy may have issues when lying flat on her back as a result of the

uterus applying pressure on the veins. If you need to do CPR on such a patient, which side of her body

should you slightly tilt her (e.g. with a blanket or some clothing)? (Tick all that apply)

  • On her left side On her right side

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,
  • 20. What may you do slightly differently if when doing CPR on a child in comparison to doing it on an

adult? (Tick all that apply)

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,

Adjust strength of compression to take account of the smaller body Give 5 initial rescue breaths Consider using a single hand rather than two All of the above

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,
  • 21. Which of the options below are true with regards to the use of an AED (automated external defibrillator)?

(Tick all that apply)

You must have received special training to use an AED AED's are easy to use by just following the spoken and written instructions They are present in many public places such as train stations You might give the patient a shock when you shouldn't have if you don't use it correctly You should make sure no-one is touching the patient during analysis and shocking It doesn't matter if the pads are the 'wrong way round' in terms of the two positions You should turn off the AED if the patient seems to recover

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,
  • 22. Hypoxia is a condition that arises:

(Choose 1)

One next to the other, interlocking thumbs One behind the other One hand on the chest,

Because of a lack of oxygen in the tissues Because of a lack of carbon monoxide in the tissues Because of a large loss of blood Because of too much oxygen in the tissues

3
3

3

4

5

6

24.

For a choking casualty, you've done your first set of back blows without success. Up to how many

abdominal thrusts would you try before going back to back blows?

 

(Choose 1)

4
4

4

5

6

7

25.

When a patient is hyperventilating, which molecule is increasingly lost from the blood?

 

(Choose 1)

Carbon dioxide Oxygen Carbon monoxide Nitrogen
Carbon dioxide Oxygen Carbon monoxide Nitrogen

Carbon dioxide Oxygen Carbon monoxide Nitrogen

26.

Roughly how many litres of blood are there in the adult human body?

(Choose 1)

5
5

5

6

7

8

27.

Match up the wound type with the very brief description:

  • 1. Puncture wound

a. Rupture of capillaries beneath the skin

  • 2. Contusion

b. Ripping forces creating tears

  • 3. Laceration

c. Small entry site but deep internal damage

  • 4. Incised wound

d. Caused a sharp object such as a blade

5. Abrasion e. Topmost layers of skin are scraped off
  • 5. Abrasion

e. Topmost layers of skin are scraped off

28.

Tick all that might be a sign or symptom of a patient having a heart attack:

(Tick all that apply)

Breathlessness Extreme anxiety
Breathlessness
Extreme anxiety

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above 29. What is often
  • 29. What is often the best comfortable position for a patient who you suspect is having a heart attack?

(Choose 1)

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above 29. What is often

Sitting with legs flat down Standing against a wall Sitting with knees bent and supported and leaning slightly back Lying on back with legs up

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above 29. What is often
  • 30. What position might be appropriate for someone who feels faint?

(Choose 1)

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above 29. What is often

Lying on back with legs raised Lying flat on back Sitting with legs flat Sitting on chair with hands on knees

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above 29. What is often
  • 31. Which of the below are appropriate actions for treatment of a severe bleed? (not given in any particular

order) (Tick all that apply)

Apply direct pressure over the wound Apply a plaster to the wound Use a sterile, non-fluffy dressing securely around wound Raise injured limb above the casualties heart Treat for shock Remove clothing to expose woound Call 999/112 for emergency help

Collapse Sudden faintness Central chest pain Ashen skin All of the above 29. What is often
  • 32. For the treatment of a major bleed, how many dressings does the blood need to bleed through before all

of them are removed and a fresh dressing applied?

(Choose 1)

1 2 3
1
2
3
4

4

4
  • 33. Tick 3 options that could be present (according to the UK FA manual) in a patient in the initial stages of

shock? (Tick all that apply)

Sweating Vomiting Fast pulse rate Cold, pale and clammy skin Unconsciousness Gasping for air

4 33. Tick 3 options that could be present (according to the UK FA manual) in
  • 34. Tick all of the signs and symptoms that might be present as shock develops:

(Tick all that apply)

Thirst Weakness Nausea Grey/blue skin Weak pulse Rapid breathing Dizziness
Thirst
Weakness
Nausea
Grey/blue skin
Weak pulse
Rapid breathing
Dizziness
4 33. Tick 3 options that could be present (according to the UK FA manual) in
  • 35. You are treating someone with a closed femur fracture and have immobilised the injury and called for

help. What might you want to be ready to treat if necessary?

(Choose 1)

4 33. Tick 3 options that could be present (according to the UK FA manual) in

Head Injury Stroke Shock Low blood sugar levels

4 33. Tick 3 options that could be present (according to the UK FA manual) in
  • 36. What signs and symptoms might you expect from a patient who has dislocated their shoulder?

(Tick all that apply)

Unable to move joint Severe pain Vomiting Swelling Bruising

Deformity Decreased reponse

Deformity Decreased reponse

Deformity Decreased reponse
  • 37. Tick all of the statements that are true:

(Tick all that apply)

Deformity Decreased reponse 37. Tick all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply)

A strain is where some ligaments have been stretched, twisted or torn A strain is where muscle fibres stretch or tear A sprain is where some ligaments have been stretched, twisted or torn A sprain is where muscle fibres stretch or tear

Deformity Decreased reponse 37. Tick all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply)
  • 38. Which of the following could be a sign or symptom of a serious head injury?

(Tick all that apply)

Increasing drowsiness Blood or a clear fluid leaking from nose/ear Visual Disturbances Confusion Vomiting since injury Unusual breathing Loss of balance

Deformity Decreased reponse 37. Tick all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply)
  • 39. Select all of the options where hospital treatment would be appropriate:

(Tick all that apply)

Full thickness burn Small superficial burn Burns on face, hands, feet or genitals Burns going right round a limb Large superficial burn Partial-thickness burn covering most of one arm

Deformity Decreased reponse 37. Tick all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply)
  • 40. The main treatment of a minor burn is to:

(Choose 1)

Deformity Decreased reponse 37. Tick all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply)

Cover in cling film Cool with cold water for at least 10 mins Cool with cold water for a minute or two Call for emergency help

True False

True

False

True False
  • 42. Select all of the statements that are true:

(Tick all that apply)

Heatstroke requires rapid cooling In heatstroke, body temperature is likely to be above 40 degrees C Heat exhaustion is a result of lost salt and water You should phone 999 straight away if you suspect heat exhaustion Heatstroke requires emergency help. Raising the patient's legs may help if you suspect heat exhaustion Both heatstroke and heat exhaustion can be caused by used of drugs like ecstasy

True False 42. Select all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply) Heatstroke
  • 43. Hypothermia develops when the body temperature falls below:

(Choose 1)

32 degrees C 33 degrees C 34 degrees C 35 degrees C
32
degrees C
33
degrees C
34
degrees C
35
degrees C
True False 42. Select all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply) Heatstroke
  • 44. If you come across a patient where they have a splinter fully embedded in their finger, you should:

(Choose 1)

True False 42. Select all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply) Heatstroke

Push on the splinter until it is nearer the surface and your can grab it Get a pin and gently poke the splinter out Try and protect it using a dressing and then advise further medical assistance Tell them to go to hospital

True False 42. Select all of the statements that are true: (Tick all that apply) Heatstroke
  • 45. What routes into the body can poisons take?

(Tick all that apply)

Swallowed Through skin Inhaled Splashed in eye Injected All of the above

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties
  • 47. If stung by a jellyfish, pouring what over the area might help?

(Choose 1)

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,

Vinegar or seawater Drinking water or cold coffee Suncream Ice cold water

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,
  • 48. How many types of diabetes are there said to be?

(Choose 1)

1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,
  • 49. An anaphylactic shock is:

(Choose 1)

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,

A severe allergic reaction A severe loss of blood Fainting A type of heart condition

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,
  • 50. An open fracture is:

(Choose 1)

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,

where the bone has been fully broken across the whole bone where the bone is showing through broken skin where the skin is not broken and the bone can't be seen where the bone is broken and the patient is still responsive

Infection risk Potential for shock Fractures Likelihood of breathing difficulties 47. If stung by a jellyfish,