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Fainting and Nosebleed Quiz


True or false shock can be life threatening?



C. Sometimes

D. Only if they have a heart condition

Which is NOT a reason someone might faint?

A. Fear, anxiety, fatigue, hunger

B. Severe pain, injury, or illness

C. Standing for a long period of time

D. Lack of fresh air

E. Smelling body odour at the gym

Define fainting?

A. Is it circulation problem caused when tissue doesn’t receive enough oxygenated blood

B. when your heart skips a beat

C. it’s when a person is clumsy and falls a lot.

D. A sudden loss of consciousness from an inadequate supply of oxygenated blood to the brain

Which of these factors that cause nosebleeds are directly within our control?

A. physical factors

B. environmental factors

C. behavioral factors

D. social factors

What is shock?

A. When you meet your celebrity crush in person.

B. Is it circulation issue when the body isn’t circulating blood to the bottom extremities.

C. Is a circulation problem cause when the body tissue doesn’t get enough oxygenated blood.

D. When you stub your toe.

When children experience epistaxis, we can observe that there is _________.

A. a steady flow of nasal discharge

B. blood flow from the nasal passage

C. build up of mucus in our nasal cavity

D. blood stoppage in the nostrils

To stop shock you should?

A. Call 911

B. Treat the underlying cause

C. Place the casualty in the recovery position

D. Get the casualty water

Which of these options help treat a nosebleed?

A. applying a cold compress on the nose

B. pinching the nostrils shut

C. holding the head back to keep the blood from flowing

D. applying a warm compress on the nose

What are the signs/symptoms of shock?

A. Blue lips, clamy skin, feeling nauseous

B. A rash, vomiting, heavy breathy, screaming

C. Blue lips, blue finger tips, blue nose, cold skin, and a slow heart rate

D. Blue lips, clamy skin, irregular breathing, feeling nauseous or vomiting, confusion.

A. a nosebleed

B. a broken leg

C. a sunstroke

How to treat a nosebleed?

A. Sit down and pour a warm water on your nose, then wrap a paper towel round your nose.

B. Go to the club and dance all night.

C. Sit down and put your head between your knees,squeeze your nose with a finger and thumb for five minute, put an ice pack on your nose.

Cold, clammy skin combined with rapid breathing and pale skin may all be signs of ….

A. An eye infection

B. A broken toe

C. Fainting

D. Shock

What most often happens when
1. Standing long without moving
2. Suddenly stands after squatting or bending down
3. Recieves bad news

A. Stroke

B. Heart attack

C. Shock

D. Fainting

If someone has fainted, …

A. lift your friend’s legs off the ground a little,loosen any tight clothes,open the window.

B. throw cold water on the face.

C. put an ice pack on its head.

What can cause shock?

A. Any injury or illness

B. Finding out that you are a twin

C. Blowing your nose too hard

D. Exercising too hard

Which of these causes of a nosebleed are within our control?

A. allergies

B. picking one’s nose

C. dryness in the air

D. abnormal growth in the nasal cavity

The following is NOT a sign or symptom of fainting?

A. Pale or sweaty

B. Feeling nauseous

C. Pain in your left arm

D. Being dizzy or unsteady


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