First Aid Trivia Quiz For Beginners

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First aid refers to the first or immediate care one provides when a person is injured or sick. First aid is to be provided to proper medical help arises. First Aid is a basic form of first care but has been proven to save countless lives. You should absolutely know the basics about First Aid, so you can save a life, might a time come like this. Take this quiz about First Aid, and improve your knowledge and understanding.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How many compressions and breaths are needed for each round of CPR?

    • A.

      15 compressions, 2 breaths

    • B.

      30 compressions, 5 breaths

    • C.

      30 compressions, 2 breaths

    • D.

      15 compressions, 5 breaths

    • E.

      30 compressions, 15 breaths

    Correct Answer
    C. 30 compressions, 2 breaths
    Explanation
    In CPR, the correct ratio of compressions to breaths is 30 compressions followed by 2 breaths. This ratio allows for effective chest compressions to circulate blood and provide oxygen to the body. The compressions help to maintain blood flow, while the breaths deliver oxygen to the lungs. This combination is crucial in providing the necessary oxygen and circulation to the person in need during CPR.

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  • 2. 

    What causes Anaphylactic shock?

    • A.

      Choking

    • B.

      Insect sting or spider bites

    • C.

      3rd degree burns

    • D.

      Heart attack

    • E.

      Stroke

    Correct Answer
    B. Insect sting or spider bites
    Explanation
    Anaphylactic shock is a severe allergic reaction that occurs when the immune system overreacts to a specific allergen, such as an insect sting or spider bite. When a person is exposed to the allergen, their body releases chemicals that cause a sudden drop in blood pressure, narrowing of airways, and other symptoms. This can be life-threatening if not treated promptly. Choking, 3rd degree burns, heart attack, and stroke are not direct causes of anaphylactic shock.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following are the symptoms of a third-degree burn?

    • A.

      Charred skin, no pain

    • B.

      Charred skin, pain

    • C.

      Blisters and pain

    • D.

      Red and pain

    • E.

      Grey and pain

    Correct Answer
    A. Charred skin, no pain
    Explanation
    Third-degree burns are the most severe type of burns, involving damage to all layers of the skin and underlying tissues. Charred skin is a characteristic symptom of a third-degree burn, as it indicates the extent of tissue destruction. The absence of pain is also a symptom of a third-degree burn because the nerve endings in the affected area may be completely destroyed. This lack of pain sensation is due to the nerve damage caused by the burn.

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  • 4. 

    Which one of the first aid tasks mentioned below has the highest priority for you?

    • A.

      Re-assure the passenger

    • B.

      Arange medical attention

    • C.

      Be aware of danger

    Correct Answer
    C. Be aware of danger
    Explanation
    Your safety first

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  • 5. 

    What is the main purpose of the "Route"emergency transportation technique when providing treatment to a passenger?

    • A.

      To relocate (move) the passenger

    • B.

      To administer rescue breathing

    • C.

      To get rid of a blockage in the victims airway

    • D.

      To treat the absence of a victims breathing

    Correct Answer
    A. To relocate (move) the passenger
    Explanation
    This technique is the most safe way to relocate the person.

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  • 6. 

    What is your FIRST action when examining the condition of a patient?

    • A.

      Check for breathing

    • B.

      Check for insurance

    • C.

      Talk to the victim and try to shake his shoulders

    • D.

      Check for external injuries,

    Correct Answer
    C. Talk to the victim and try to shake his shoulders
    Explanation
    The first action when examining the condition of a patient is to talk to the victim and try to shake his shoulders. This is important as it helps to assess the level of consciousness and responsiveness of the patient. By speaking to the victim and gently shaking their shoulders, it can help determine if they are conscious or unconscious, and if they are able to respond to verbal or physical stimuli. This initial assessment can provide crucial information about the patient's condition and guide further actions for providing appropriate medical assistance.

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  • 7. 

    What is the main purpose of the "Heimlich" procedure?

    • A.

      To get rid of a blockage in the victims airway

    • B.

      To cure the absence of a victims breathing

    • C.

      To treat an insufficient breathing

    Correct Answer
    A. To get rid of a blockage in the victims airway
    Explanation
    The main purpose of the "Heimlich" procedure is to remove a blockage in the victim's airway. This procedure is used when someone is choking and unable to breathe due to an obstruction in their throat or windpipe. By applying abdominal thrusts, the procedure helps to expel the blockage and restore normal breathing.

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  • 8. 

    What's happens with the carbonic acid dioxide (CO2) produced by the human body?

    • A.

      It remains in the body cells

    • B.

      It is transferred to the heart muscle

    • C.

      It is used up by the blood and breathing system

    Correct Answer
    C. It is used up by the blood and breathing system
    Explanation
    When the human body produces carbon dioxide (CO2), it is used up by the blood and breathing system. Carbon dioxide is carried by the bloodstream to the lungs, where it is then exhaled during the process of breathing. This allows the body to remove the waste product and maintain a proper balance of gases in the bloodstream.

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  • 9. 

    If a person is facing some kind of minor unconsciousness, what should you do?

    • A.

      Talk to the victim and control a pain stroke

    • B.

      Let the victim remain in its chair

    • C.

      Let fresh air come to the victim, let the victim lay down on ground, reassuring him/her

    Correct Answer
    C. Let fresh air come to the victim, let the victim lay down on ground, reassuring him/her
    Explanation
    If a person is experiencing minor unconsciousness, it is important to provide fresh air to the victim and allow them to lie down on the ground. This can help improve their breathing and circulation. Reassuring the victim is also crucial to provide comfort and support during this situation. By following these steps, you can help ensure the well-being of the person experiencing unconsciousness.

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  • 10. 

    What applies to a victim with a reduced counsciousness?

    • A.

      The victim is still capable to speak

    • B.

      The victim is in shock

    • C.

      The victim is unable to react to speaking and understanding

    • D.

      The victim is still alert

    Correct Answer
    A. The victim is still capable to speak
    Explanation
    A victim with a reduced consciousness is still capable of speaking. This means that even though they may be in a state of reduced awareness or responsiveness, they are still able to communicate verbally. It is important to note that their ability to speak does not necessarily indicate their overall condition or level of alertness.

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  • 11. 

    How can you recognize a vein bleeding?

    • A.

      Blood flows equally out of the wound

    • B.

      Blood flows out of the wound from the pulses

    • C.

      Blood flows slowly out of the wound

    Correct Answer
    A. Blood flows equally out of the wound
    Explanation
    When a vein is bleeding, the blood flows equally out of the wound. This is because veins carry deoxygenated blood back to the heart at a lower pressure compared to arteries. As a result, the blood flows steadily and evenly from the wound without any pulsating sensation. In contrast, if an artery is bleeding, the blood would flow out in spurts or pulses due to the higher pressure of oxygenated blood being pumped from the heart.

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  • 12. 

    Where do you position the knot in the end of the bandages of a emercengy bandage?

    • A.

      Always on top of the bandage

    • B.

      Crossed over the wound

    • C.

      Clearly away from the wound

    Correct Answer
    C. Clearly away from the wound
    Explanation
    The knot in the end of the bandages should be positioned clearly away from the wound. This is because placing the knot directly over the wound may cause discomfort and irritation to the injured area. By positioning the knot away from the wound, it ensures that the bandage remains secure without causing any additional harm or discomfort to the patient.

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  • 13. 

    Witch of the items mentioned below can cause a shock?

    • A.

      A short periode of unconsciousness "Fainting"

    • B.

      A heart attack

    • C.

      A feeling of nausea

    Correct Answer
    B. A heart attack
    Explanation
    A heart attack can cause a shock because it is a serious medical condition that occurs when blood flow to the heart is blocked, resulting in damage to the heart muscle. This can lead to a sudden and severe decrease in blood pressure, causing a state of shock. Shock is a life-threatening condition where the body's organs and tissues do not receive enough oxygen and nutrients to function properly. Therefore, a heart attack can potentially cause shock due to the significant disruption in blood flow and oxygen supply to the body.

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  • 14. 

    What should you do for shock?

    • A.

      Give the passenger something to drink

    • B.

      Let the passenger sleep

    • C.

      Don't give anything to drink, re-assure the passenger and seek medical assistance

    Correct Answer
    C. Don't give anything to drink, re-assure the passenger and seek medical assistance
    Explanation
    In the case of shock, it is important not to give the passenger anything to drink as it may worsen their condition. Instead, the best course of action is to re-assure the passenger and seek immediate medical assistance. Shock is a serious medical condition that occurs when there is insufficient blood flow throughout the body, leading to a lack of oxygen and nutrients reaching the organs and tissues. Providing reassurance and getting medical help promptly is crucial in managing and treating shock.

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  • 15. 

    What do you do for small cut?

    • A.

      Cover with a sterile bandage after washing with water and soap

    • B.

      Only cover with a sterile bandage

    • C.

      Clean the wound with cotton wool

    Correct Answer
    A. Cover with a sterile bandage after washing with water and soap
    Explanation
    For a small cut, it is important to clean the wound with water and soap to prevent infection. After cleaning, covering the cut with a sterile bandage helps to protect it from further contamination and promotes faster healing.

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  • 16. 

    What is included in the CPR procedure?

    • A.

      Rescue breathings only

    • B.

      Compression of the chest only

    • C.

      Rescue breathing and chest compressions

    Correct Answer
    C. Rescue breathing and chest compressions
    Explanation
    The CPR procedure includes both rescue breathing and chest compressions. This is because during cardiac arrest, the person's breathing and heartbeat stop. Rescue breathing involves providing oxygen to the person's lungs by giving breaths, while chest compressions help circulate the blood to vital organs by manually compressing the chest. The combination of these two techniques aims to maintain oxygen supply to the body and increase the chances of survival until professional medical help arrives.

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  • 17. 

    What can cause the blood circulation stop?

    • A.

      A heart attack

    • B.

      A bleeding in the smaller veins

    • C.

      A head wound

    Correct Answer
    A. A heart attack
    Explanation
    A heart attack can cause the blood circulation to stop because it occurs when there is a blockage in the blood vessels that supply the heart muscle. This blockage prevents oxygen-rich blood from reaching the heart, leading to damage or death of the heart muscle. Without proper blood flow, the circulation throughout the body can be severely affected, potentially causing the blood to stop circulating altogether.

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