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Final Test

1. The first thing to do when caring for electrical injury is to make sure that power source is off
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FALSE
2. A minor open wound should be washed thoroughly with soap and water
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FALSE
3. Cover the dressing completely when applying bandages
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FALSE
4. Use a warm compress when caring for any wound
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FALSE
5. If bite was caused by an animal of unknown immunization status - see doctor immediately.
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6. You should stand in front of the person to perform the Heimlich maneuver
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FALSE
7. Third degree burns are the most serious and require immediate medical attention.
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FALSE
8. Any fracture should be treated by a physician.
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FALSE
9. In case of severe head trauma stop any bleeding
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FALSE
10. Touching electrocuted person may pass the current through you.
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FALSE
11. First degree burn is the most serious classification.
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FALSE
12. Foreign objects can cause choking if they get caught in your throat and block your airway
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FALSE
13. Bites from wild animals carry the risk of rabies
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FALSE
14. To take care of a nosebleedyou need to start CPR
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FALSE
15. For major burns, dial 911 immediately.
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FALSE
16. To enhance healing of the bruise you need to keepthe injured area as low as possible.
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FALSE
17. A serious head injury requires immediate medical attention.
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FALSE
18. To take care of a nosebleed dial 911 immediately
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FALSE
19. In case of head injury keep the person still.
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FALSE
20. A puncture wound doesn't usually cause excessive bleeding.
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FALSE

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