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First Aid Bleeding Quiz


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Define hemorrhage?

A. uncontrollable bleeding

B. sudden death

C. heart attack


When preparing to provide first aid care for a bleeding patient, which of the following is the most important thing to do to protect YOURSELF?

A. use disposable gloves

B. use a clean dressing on the wound

C. call 911


signs and symptoms associated with inadequate supply of blood to body organs

A. shock

B. triage

C. hearttburn


What is the first step in the process for bleeding control?

A. Apply direct pressure

B. Put ice on wound

C. Elevate patients legs


How might a person look when they are experiencing shock?

A. Panic

B. Sweaty

C. Flushed skin

D. All of these


Of the following, which is an example of capillary bleeding?

A. A paper cut

B. A compound fracture

C. a knife wound


When should you use Hemostatic dressing?

A. On any and every open wound

B. When bleeding is minor

C. When there is severe bleeding and a tourniquet can’t be used


To stop external bleed you should

A. open wound

B. apply pressure directly to the wound

C. dont apply pressure for fear of making wound worse


Pressure on the wound should slow the bleeding

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


If bleeding does not slow or come to a stop with pressure, a tourniquet will be useful to restrict blood flow to the wound

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


External Bleeding

A. happens inside the body

B. Happens outside the body, you can see the blood


Which of the types of bleeding requires very little attention?

A. arterial bleeding

B. capillary bleeding

C. all the above


What are the functions of the blood?

A. Transfer oxygen
Protect against diseases and maintains body temperature

B. to clean out your liver

C. to keep transfer CO2


You are with a patient who is bleeding from his leg. You determine it is venous (vein) blood because it:

A. spurts from the wound

B. clots instantaneously

C. flows steadily


What type of bleeding produces bright red blood spurts with each heartbeat?

A. arterial bleeding

B. capillary bleeding

C. hemorrhage


When your patient demonstrates signs of internal bleeding, you should NOT do which of the following?

A. call 911

B. lay person down and treat for shock

C. give him water to drink


Carry blood toward heart; mostly oxygen-poor

A. Arteries

B. Veins

C. Capillaries


This type of shock is when the heart cannot pump the blood effectively because the heart muscle is damaged

A. septic

B. cardiogenic

C. toxic


These are the signs and symptoms of shock.

A. confusion, High heart rate, low blood pressure and pallor

B. smiling

C. red, dry skin


What is the easiest way to control external bleeding?

A. band aid

B. Direct Pressure

C. holding extemity up in the air


What’s the best way to stop bleeding of wounds to the extremities?

A. Bend the extremity at the nearest joint.

B. Position the victim on his or her side.

C. Apply direct pressure.


small vessels that carries oxygen to the body cells

A. artery

B. vein

C. capillary


Carry blood away from heart; mostly oxygen-rich

A. Arteries

B. Veins

C. Capillaries


This type of bleeding occurs inside the body with various organs and tissues . . .

A. Internal Bleeding

B. Outside Bleeding

C. Organ Bleeding


You notice that blood has soaked through the dressing and bandage. You would do this first:

A. apply another dressing and bandage over the top of the first one

B. remove the bandage and dressing and start over




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