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  • 1. 

    What are type(s) of artificial respiration?

    • A.

      Mouth-to-mouth

    • B.

      Back pressure-arm lift method

    • C.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Mouth-to-mouth
    B. Back pressure-arm lift method
    Explanation
    The correct answer is mouth-to-mouth and back pressure-arm lift method. These are both types of artificial respiration techniques used to assist someone who is not breathing or having difficulty breathing. Mouth-to-mouth involves sealing the person's mouth with yours and blowing air into their lungs, while back pressure-arm lift method involves applying pressure to the person's back to force air out of their lungs. Both techniques aim to provide oxygen to the person and help them breathe until medical help arrives.

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  • 2. 

    .What are most common type(s)  of fractures?

    • A.

      Open (compound)

    • B.

       partial

    • C.

      Closed (simple)

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Open (compound)
    C. Closed (simple)
    Explanation
    The most common types of fractures are open (compound) fractures and closed (simple) fractures. Open fractures occur when the broken bone pierces through the skin, while closed fractures do not break the skin. These two types of fractures are commonly seen in medical practice and are important to distinguish as they may require different treatment approaches.

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  • 3. 

    What are the signs and symptoms of fractures?

    • A.

      Pain at the site

    • B.

      Discoloration

    • C.

      Deformity

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Pain at the site
    B. Discoloration
    C. Deformity
    Explanation
    The signs and symptoms of fractures include pain at the site, discoloration, and deformity. Pain at the site is a common symptom of fractures as the broken bone can cause significant discomfort. Discoloration, such as bruising or swelling, may also occur due to the injury. Deformity, where the affected area looks misaligned or out of place, is another sign of a fracture. These symptoms can help medical professionals diagnose and treat fractures effectively.

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  • 4. 

    .How do you stop bleeding?

    • A.

      Apply a tourniquet

    • B.

      Apply manual pressure

    • C.

      Apply a pressure dressing

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Apply a tourniquet
    B. Apply manual pressure
    C. Apply a pressure dressing
    Explanation
    To stop bleeding, there are three main methods that can be used: applying a tourniquet, applying manual pressure, or applying a pressure dressing. A tourniquet is a device that is tightly wrapped around a limb to restrict blood flow. Manual pressure involves using hands or fingers to apply direct pressure to the bleeding area. A pressure dressing is a bandage that is applied tightly over the wound to help control bleeding. All three methods can be effective in stopping bleeding depending on the severity and location of the wound.

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  • 5. 

     Describe the signs of heat cramps?

    • A.

      Head ache

    • B.

      Muscle cramps of the legs, arms or abdomen

    • C.

      Excessive sweating

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Muscle cramps of the legs, arms or abdomen
    C. Excessive sweating
    Explanation
    The signs of heat cramps include muscle cramps of the legs, arms, or abdomen, as well as excessive sweating. Heat cramps are typically caused by dehydration and electrolyte imbalances, which can occur when the body loses too much salt and water through sweating. These cramps are often painful and can be accompanied by excessive sweating as the body tries to cool itself down.

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