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First aid, emergency and disaster nursing quiz 1

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1. The one-hand technique of CPR is used for___

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2. To perform this technique, the unconscious victim’s forehead is pushed while pulling up on the bony part of the jaw with two or three fingers of your other hand to lift the chin. This technique is known as____

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3. When a nurse is performing a primary survey in the emergency department, what is being assessed?

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4. You are first on scene and the victim is unresponsive, pulseless and has vomited. You do not feel comfortable performing mouth-to-mouth ventilation. What is best the approach?

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5. Mr Frimpong is not breathing and has injuries to the face that prevent you from performing mouth-to-mouth. What do you do?

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6. When performing CPR on an infant, how deep should the chest compressions be?

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7. The nurse is performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on an adult patient. When performing chest compressions, the nurse understands that correct hand placement is located over the ______

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8. The following are carried out during the primary survey in emergency assessment EXCEPT?

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9. The two-hands technique of CPR is used for___

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10. The Glasgow Coma Scale is used to determine the level of____

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11. During CPR, chest compressions are carried out at a rate of at least___

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12. The two-fingers technique of CPR is used for___

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13. An unconscious casualty is lying on his back and has broken leg. What position is best for the casualty?

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14. Which is the correct ratio of chest compressions to rescue breath (s) for use in an adult casualty?

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15. The intervention that can best establish whether a client is unconscious is by observing the client’s response to_______

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16. What treatment does a victim whose life threating condition is “not breathing” need?

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17. Which assessment scale is used as a tool to check a patient’s level of consciousness?

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18. CPR cannot prevent possible brain damage unless initiated within _____ minutes of an arrest.

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19. A victim of a car accident has just vomited and now appears to be coughing up blood. He is breathing very quickly and his pulse is weak and fast. What is most likely wrong? He___

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20. Which of the following is NOT a reason why we put unconscious casualties in the recovery position?

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21. What nursing intervention is done during the “E” step of the primary survey?

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22. One of the aims of first aid is to preserve life. This includes____



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