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FIRST AID QUIZ


1. A bite from an undomesticated animal may require a tetanus shot.
TRUE FALSE

3. A broken bone always results in compound fracture.
TRUE FALSE

5. The elderly bruise easier than healthy adults and children.
TRUE FALSE

7. 3rd degree burn is the least serious classification.
TRUE FALSE

9. Ask a choking victim if he needs assistance before performing the Heimlich Maneuver.
TRUE FALSE

11. Cuts and scrapes should be thoroughly cleaned with soap & water.
TRUE FALSE

13. Electrocution is almost never dangerous or life-threatening.
TRUE FALSE

15. A serious head injury requires immediate medical attention.
TRUE FALSE

17. A nosebleed is usually a symptom of a serious injury.
TRUE FALSE

19. A puncture wound does not usually bleed profusely.
TRUE FALSE

2. Even minor bites can result in an infection.
TRUE FALSE

4. A break should be immobilized and treated by a physician immediately.
TRUE FALSE

6. If the bruise is on the head, check the victim for head trauma.
TRUE FALSE

8. 3rd degree burns require immediate medical attention.
TRUE FALSE

10. If the Heimlich Maneuver fails, you should continue performing it without dialing 9-1-1.
TRUE FALSE

12. Hydrogen peroxide is the most effective means of fighting infection.
TRUE FALSE

14. Dry plastic, glass and wood are good non-conductors.
TRUE FALSE

16. Head injury may lead to loss of consciousness and require CPR.
TRUE FALSE

18. A nosebleed can be stopped by pinching the nostrils for a few minutes.
TRUE FALSE

20. An animal bite resulting in a puncture wound may be dangerous.
TRUE FALSE