Signs and symptoms.
Signs of life.
Standard of care.
Control any external bleeding.
Have the victim lie down and elevate the legs about 12 inches if a head, neck or back injury or if broken bones in the hips or legs are not suspected.
Give the victim warm beverages to sip
Keep the victim from getting chilled or overheated.
Flush away from the uninjured eye
Flush eyes with soap and water for 15 minutes
Flush the eye continuously with water for 10 minutes or until EMS personnel arrive
Both A and C are correct
Cover the organs with a moist, sterile dressing and cover the dressing with plastic wrap.
Do not attempt to put the organs back into the abdomen.
Place a folded towel or cloth over the dressing to keep the organs warm.
All of the above.
Do not remove the object.
Place a bandage over the object.
Place several dressings around the object to keep it from moving.
Summon EMS personnel.
Continue to check for breathing and a pulse.
Continue to cool the victim by using ice or cold packs on his or her wrists, ankles, groin and neck and in the armpits.
Have the victim sit up.
Both a and b are correct.
Air temperature, body temperature and length of exposure.
Air temperature, length of exposure and the wind.
Air temperature, length of the body part and the wind.
Body temperature, length of exposure and the wind