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20 questions
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  • Q1
    1. Which one of these is recommended to be in a First Aid Kit?
    Disposable gloves
    Asprin
    Antiseptic Creams
    300s
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  • Q2
    When completing an Accident Report Form, what information would not be included?
    Treatment Given
    email address
    Date and Time of accident
    300s
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  • Q3
    When managing an incident, the first aider will have a range of responsibilities and actions to undertake, which one would not be your responsibility?
    Treating Casualties within the level of their training
    Obtaining consent from the casualty
    Administering Gas or Oxygen
    300s
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  • Q4
    When making the area safe, which one of these groups of hazards should you consider?
    Electricity, fire, chemicals, water, other people, smoke and fumes, traffic
    Time of day, fire, chemicals, water, electricity, other people, smoke and fumes, traffic
    Blood, fire, chemicals, water, electricity, other peoples opinions, smoke and fumes, traffic,
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  • Q5
    Obtaining consent from a casualty is not required from:
    When the casualty is unconscious
    People from Grimsby
    People under the influence of Alcohol or Drugs
    300s
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  • Q6
    When checking for breathing on an unconscious casualty, how long to is this done for?
    10 seconds
    2 seconds
    10 minutes
    300s
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  • Q7
    A casualty in cardiac arrest will lose approximately how much % chance of survival for every minute without AED?
    10%
    20%
    5%
    300s
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  • Q8
    When conducting CPR at what rate of chest compressions should be undertaken for an adult?
    100 – 120 cpm
    80 – 120 cpm
    100 – 130 cpm
    300s
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  • Q9
    Why is the Recovery Position used for a breathing but unconscious?
    Safe airway position
    Safe position for bleeds
    Safe position for the elderly
    300s
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  • Q10
    Hypovolaemic Shock is caused by:
    High blood pressure
    Low volume of circulating fluids
    Allergic reaction
    300s
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  • Q11
    Which one is not a normal sign or symptom of shock?
    Tightness in the chest, arms or neck
    Rapid, weak pulse
    Pale cold clammy skin
    300s
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  • Q12
    What is the best position for someone suffering a penetrating chest wound to the chest?
    Sit in the W position and inclined towards the injured side
    Sit in the W position and inclined away from the injured side
    Lay them on the ground and elevate the legs
    300s
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  • Q13
    Anaphylactic shock is:
    Loss of blood or fluids
    240 Volts
    Severe allergic reaction
    300s
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  • Q14
    Common triggers of an Asthma attack are:
    Animals, foods, lack of sleep
    Animals, foods, dust or change in temperature
    Smoking, weather or severe bleed
    300s
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  • Q15
    Signs of Hyperglycaemia include:
    Hunger
    Cold Sweats
    Drowsiness and acetone/sweet smell on breath
    300s
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  • Q16
    If someone is having a Seizure, what should we not do:
    Note time seizure started
    Clear a space around them or pad any objects that cannot be removed
    Restrain the casualty
    300s
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  • Q17
    Signs or symptoms of someone suffering from a suspected heart attack include
    Paralysis to face
    Crushing pain in the centre of the chest, jaw, stomach or shoulders
    Uneven pupil dilation
    300s
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  • Q18
    Which of these symptoms is not an indication of a person suffering a Stroke?
    Slurred speech
    Weakness or Paralysis
    Severe thirst
    300s
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  • Q19
    The memory aid for someone suspected of a stroke is FAST, what does FAST mean?
    Face, Arms, Speech Time
    Face, Arteries, Speech, Time
    Face, Arms, Stomach, Treat
    300s
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  • Q20
    Someone who has suffered a stroke and is breathing but unconscious should be put into what position?
    Recovery position, affected side up
    laying on their back, elevating the legs
    Recovery position, affected side down
    300s
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