EFA Exit Exam Question Answer Set- 11

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1. You have a casualty that is muttering to themselves but not making any sense. The face appears to be dropping in one side what might be wrong with them ?

a. They are have a heart attack

b. They are in shock after witnessing an accident

c. They may be having a stroke (Correct)

d. None of the above


2. Urine enters the bladder through which structure ?

a.  Ureters (Correct)

b. Collecting duct

c. Kidney

d. Urethra

3. What damage could occur if first aider's hand are placed at the tip of the sternum during heart compression ?

a. The patient may vomit as his stomach is squeezed

b. The lungs may be punctured leading to severe loss of breath

c. The ribs might be cracked (Correct)

d. The liver might be torn leading to severe internal bleeding


4. Blood is a vehicle for the human cardiovascular system, its major subdivision are the plasma including red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets

a. True (Correct)

b.  False


5. When caring for a chocking infant what position is the infant held ?

a. Upside down by ankles and shoulders

b. Face up on flat surface

c. Face down on your fore arm with head lower than the body (Correct)

d. Face down on your knee with head lower than the body


6. Signs that hernia is serious include

a.  Pain and tenderness at site (Correct)

b. Pale, ashen skin colour at site

c. Hernia can be pushed back into the body

d. Hernia is above the diaphragm


7.  How you should react to an emergency ?

a. Asses the scene for safety

b. Estimate the number of victims and call help

c. Get the first aid kit put on PRE before helping

d. All of the above (Correct)


8. The proper stimulant for unconscious person is

a. Tea

b. Coffee

c. Whiskey and water

d. Ammonia inhalant (Correct)

9.  If someone suffers heart attack and has ceased breathing, you should ?

a.  Immediately give stimulant by force if necessary

b.  Make the victim comfortable in a bunk

c. Immediately start CPR (Correct)

d. Administer oxygen

10. A communicate fracture is one where the bone has

a. Broken into pieces which are floating(Correct)

b. Broken where only part of the bone is fractured

c. Broken clearly with each and attached

d. Broken and is affecting muscles and nerve


11.  In order to initiate CPR on a drowning victim

a. Start chest compression before the victim is removed from the water

b. Drain water from the lungs before ventilating

c. Begin mouth-to-mouth ventilation (Correct)

d. Do not lit the head back since it may cause vomiting


12.  Some people are very allergic to insect bites and stings. The condition is called

a. Septic chock

b. Cardiac arrest

c. Toxic shock and syndrome

d. Anaphylactic shock (Correct)


13. The goal of medical service is to provide

a. Satisfactory treatment of male seamen

b. Provide treatment for those in need of urgent medical care (Correct)

c. To provide help to seamen in time of financial need

d. To provide help in the sea of disabled people

14.  Heat stroke attack bodies vital organs except

a. Brain

b.  Heart

c. Kidney

d. Bones (Correct)

15.  When performing abdominal thrust how many thrust do you do ?

a. 1 to 5 thrust

b.  6 to 10 thrust (Correct)

c.  15 to 20 thrust

d.  30 to 40 thrust


16.  What does the ABC's for first aid stand for ?

a. The letters in the alphabet

b. Air, breathing, circulation

c. Airway , breathing, circulation (Correct)

d.  None of the above

17.  If a person is chocking you should do nothing as long as

a. They are coughing (Correct)

b. They are still conscious

c. Their face has not turned blue

d. They start crying


18.  Before giving CPR you should make sure ?

a. They are not bleeding

b. They are conscious or unconscious (Correct)

c. They are not vomiting

d. They are not dead


19. You are alone and administering CPR to an victim. How many chest compression and how many inflations should you administer in each sequence ?

a. 15 compression then 2 inflations

b. 15 compression then 4 inflations

c. 30 compression then 2 inflations * (Correct)

d. 30 compression then 4 inflations

20. The content of the first aid kit include the following except

a.  Micropore

b. Macropore (Correct)

c. Bandages

d. Scissor

21.  Advance communications system and technology stipulated by WHO where medical advice can be sought by

a. Tele medicine

b. Satellite communication

c. Radio medical advice (Correct)

d.  Compulsory in board specialized


22. Which of the following is not a good approach to managing stress

a. Talking directly to the person who is causing the stress

b. Giving yourself a treat like comfort food or a cocktail (Correct)

c. Accepting that there are things beyond your control

d. Trying cognitive-therapy to learn new coping skills

23.  A high-fiber, low-fat diet and regular exercise can help to.

a. Increase CVD

b. Increase weight

c. Lose weight (Correct)

d. None

24. Which of the following is a laboratory procedure developed to provide an objective behavioural measure of the tendency to binge eat

a. Palatability test

b. Food pre-load test (Correct)

c. Full capacity test

d. Fully loaded test


25.  Pick one of the following familial factors that plays a role in the development of eating disorders ?

a. Parental attitudes to sex

b. Parental obesity (Correct)

c. Parental attitudes to the media

d.  Parental attitudes to education

26.  Body dissatisfaction is associated with triggering bouts of

a. Purging

b. Binging

c. Dieting (Correct)

d. Shopping

27.  You discover a particle embedded in the casualty's cornea. You should ?

a. Remove the particle with the moist corner of a facial tissue or clean cloth

b. Flush the eye with water for 10 minutes

c. Use a splinter force to remove the particle

d. Cover the eye and transport the casualty to medical help (Correct)

27 . The best way to prevent a critical incident stress situation from becoming worse is

a. Ignore it

b.  Be familiar with the signs and symptoms

c. Ensure early use of proper medication

d. Force the responder to talk about the situation



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