Medical Quiz

First Aid Quiz


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To remove an insect from someone’s ear, you should sit them down with the affected ear:

A. higher

B. lower

C. horizontal


What is normal body temperature?

A. 33°

B. 35°

C. 37°


a sweater/jacket and a tree limb can be used to make what?

A. a fire

B. splint

C. new outfit

D. blanket


A child has drunk some bleach. What should you give them?

A. A drink of salty water to make them sick.

B. A piece of dry bread to eat.

C. Sips of cold water or milk.

D. A COVID vaccination card.


Pain may not be present due to nerve damage?

A. 1st degree

B. 2nd degree

C. 3rd degree


How can you find out if a bandage is too tight around an arm?

A. The person complains about the pain.

B. If you press a finger nail, the colour doesn’t return when you release.

C. The blood goes into the fingers and they swell.


Avoid contact with stray animals and bats because they could have……

A. bat flu

B. covid-19

C. rabies


Why are jellyfish stings difficult to avoid?

A. Brightly coloured swimming costumes attract them

B. It’s difficult to see them in the water.

C. They try to attack swimmers.


How long should you hold a burn under cold running water?

A. At least 2 minutes

B. At least 10 minutes

C. At least 5 minutes

D. It’s recommended to put a raw egg on a burn. Not cold running water.


Adriana was climbing a tree with her brothers and she fell and banged her head on the way down. She said she is fine but doesn’t know her mother’s name.

A. shock

B. anaphylactic shock

C. shook

D. 1st degree burn


Involves the first 2 layers of skin

A. 1st degree burn

B. 2nd degree burn

C. 3rd degree burn


Ticks can transmit this disease……

A. Lyme Disease

B. Lemonade

C. Tick Disease

D. Cancer


How many heart beats a minute is normal for a healthy adult?

A. 40-60

B. 60-80

C. 80-100


If someone is bleeding badly, how long should you put pressure on the wound to slow the blood flow?

A. 10 minutes

B. 20 minutes

C. Until the bleeding stops

D. Never put pressure. Allow the blood to flow freely


Why do people who have just survived nearly drowning still need to see a doctor?

A. Hypothermia can develop later.

B. Water in the chest or lungs can cause damage later.

C. They may have got a disease from the water.

D. It’s possible they know the secret to making the Krabby Patty


An accident victim has a badly broken arm and you can see the bone. What should you give them?

A. Some aspirins for the pain

B. Several glasses of water or a hot drink

C. Nothing to eat or drink until they see a doctor

D. A shout-out on social media


What is the treatment for someone that has hypothermia (extremely cold)?

A. Give them a drink of water

B. Put them in a hot bath

C. Slowly warm them up

D. Tell them to run around


Which of these items should you not use to cover a burn?

A. A clean fluffy towel.

B. Clean plastic kitchen film.

C. A clean sheet.


How many breaths a minute is the normal breathing rate for a healthy adult?

A. 16

B. 18

C. 20


If someone is stung in the mouth by a bee, what should you give them?

A. milk to drink

B. ice cubes to suck

C. nothing to eat or drink

D. a cup of warm honey


In order to stop the bleeding, you need to stop the blood flow from above the site?

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


A sign of a first degree burn is…..

A. only the outer layer of skin

B. a deep burn to the bone

C. appears wet


If you want to know if someone is unconscious, what should you do?

A. Tap their shoulder & shout.

B. slap their face.

C. poke them in the stomach.

D. unlock their phone near them.


How do you treat a minor cut on your arm?

A. Apply pressure to the wound, clean the wound and put on a clean bandage.

B. Applying pressure is good enough.

C. Sit down and rest.

D. Call the ambulance.


How do you know if someone is going to faint?

They feel faint and their skin is:

A. pale, dry and cold

B. pale, sweaty and cold

C. pale,sweaty and hot




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