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Barracks - First Aid Test #5 (March)

DianeHaught - Mar 13, 2006 - 05:01 AM
Post subject: First Aid Test #5 (March)
First Aid Test #5

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Triage Mix
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Question # 1 (Multiple Choice) Which of the following would be considered a major incident?

1-Situations involving more patients than can be handled by responding units
2-Situations in which mutual aid is required from outside agencies
3-Situations involving hazardous or radioactive materials or chemicals

A) 1 only
B) 1, 2 only
C) 1, 3 only
D) 2, 3 only
E) 1, 2, 3

Question # 2 (Multiple Choice) Using the START method of triage, a victim with a respiratory rate of 36, no palpable radial pulse, and an altered level of consciousness is categorized as

A) delayed
B) less critically injured
C) critical/immediate
D) dead/nonsalvageable

Question # 3 (Multiple Choice) Evaluation of a victim of a major incident reveals a respiratory rate of 44 per minute. Using the START method of triage, your

A) evaluate the patient's mental status
B) evaluate the patient's capillary refill
C) evaluate the patient's pulse and blood pressure
D) stop further evaluation and categorize the patient as critical/immediate

Question # 4 (True/False) The START method of triage is used to classify victims as immediate, delayed, nonsalvageable/dead

A) True
B) False

Question # 5 (True/False) As soon as possible after arrival at the scene of a major incident, a detailed patient assessment should be performed on each victim and the information relayed to Incident Command

A) True
B) False

Question # 6 (Multiple Choice) The METTAG system is one method of triaging patients. When using this system, a black tag identifies a patient who is:

A) dead or unexpected survival.
B) non-life or limb-threatening.
C) less critically injured.
D) the most critically injured.

Question # 7 (Multiple Choice) Responsibilities of the incident commander include:

A) working with the communication center and hospitals to obtain medical facility status and treatment capabilities.
B) evaluating the resources required for patient treatment and providing suitable "immediate" and "delayed" treatment areas.
C) determining the resources necessary to extricate trapped patients and delivering them to the treatment sector.
D) rapidly assessing the situation, requesting additional resources as necessary, and developing a plan of action for management of the incident.

Question # 8 (Multiple Choice) The START method of triage uses a 60-second assessment that evaluates:

A) pulses, motor, sensation
B) airway, breathing, circulation
C) ventilation, perfusion, mental status
D) level of consciousness, tenderness, crepitation

Question # 9 (Multiple Choice) The METTAG system is one method of triaging patients. When using this system, a green tag identifies a patient who is:

A) dead or unexpected survival.
B) non-life or limb-threatening.
C) less critically injured.
D) the most critically injured.

Question # 10 (Multiple Choice) The sector responsible for directing emergency vehicles at the scene of a major incident is the:

A) staging sector
B) treatment sector
C) extrication sector
D) transportation sector

Question # 11 (Multiple Choice) The START method of triage classifies victims as:

A) immediate, delayed, nonsalvageable/dead
B) delayed, non-life or limb-threatening, dead
C) the most critically injured, walking wounded, dead
D) walking wounded, nonsalvageable, the most critically injured


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