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1. C14 - When giving first aid you should avoid __________________.

 

2. C14 - A seaman has a small, gaping laceration of the arm that is not bleeding excessively. What can be done as an alternative to suturing to close the wound?

 

3. C14 - In the event of fire in the crew's quarter, one of your first act is to:

 

4. C14 - A drip tray containing oil is on fire. The only fire fighting equipment available is water hose with spray jet/spray nozzle. How, if at all, should you attempt to put out this fire using water?

 

5. C14 - First aid treatment for battery acid or alkali burns, especially in the eyes, includes_____________ .

 

6. C14 - A tourniquet should be used to control bleeding ONLY __________.

 

7. C14 - You are alone and administering CPR to an unconscious adult victim showing no signs of life. How many chest compressions and breath inflations should you administer?

 

8. C14 - A crew member suffering from hypothermia should be given __________.

 

9. C14 - The greatest danger in cold temperatures, when at sea in an inflatable liferaft is ____________.

 

10. C14 - You are attempting to administer CPR to a victim. While blowing into the victim’s mouth, it is apparent that no air is getting to the lungs. Which of the following actions should you take?

 

11. C14 - If your skin comes in contact with liquid ammonia refrigerant, you should immediately ___________.

 

12. C14 - Which of the listed procedures should be followed when individuals are rescued in cold climates and suffer from hypothermia?

 

13. C14 - Which of the listed types of bone fractures would be considered as the most serious?

 

14. C14 - Artificial respiration may be necessary in cases of ____________. I. drowning II. electrocutio III. poisoning

 

15. C14 - A patient has an electrical burn, after checking breathing and pulse, ____________.

 

16. C14 - One of the primary steps in assisting someone who has been overcome by ammonia vapors is to _________.

 

17. C14 - A crew member has a small, gaping laceration of the arm that is not bleeding excessively. What can be done as an alternative to suturing to close the wound?

 

18. C14 - A patient suffering from heat exhaustion should first be _________.

 

19. C14 - When administering artificial respiration, it is of the utmost importance to ______________.

 

20. C14 - After a person has been revived by artificial respiration, they should ne __________.

 

21. First, second, and third degree burns are classified according to the:

 
 

22. First aid to poisoning bitten by spider. I. clean wound by alcohol I I. lie down victim keep quiet

 
 

23. First aid treatment for small cuts and open wounds is to___________ .

 
 

24. The ABC-rules are an important part of the First Aiders know how. What does the First Aid ABC-rules stands for?

 
 

25. C14 - First, second, and third degree burns are classified according to the:

 

26. C14 - When should training in personal survival techniques be given?

 

27. C14 - What does the abbreviation ABC mean in first aid?

 

28. C14 - What first aid is appropriate for skin contact with tank residue from a cargo of leaded gasoline?

 

29. C14 - First aid treatment for small cuts and open wounds is to __________.

 

30. C14 - Treatment of burns and scalds depends on the severity of the injury. What is the correct thing to do for minor burns and scalds?

 

31. C14 - The most effective first aid treatment for chemical burns is to immediately __________.

 

32. C14 - A high-velocity fog stream can be used in fire fighting situations to drive heat and smoke ahead of the fire fighters in a passageway. This technique should only be used when:

 

33. C14 - A device used to immobilize fractures and help prevent bone displacement is:

 

34. C14 - If water is rising in the bilge of a survival craft, your should first:

 

35. C14 - Every inflatable life raft , inflatable lifejacket and hydrostatic release units shall be serviced__________

 

36. C14 - As with heat burns the damage of frostbite /hypothermia may be either superficial or deep, and the affected tissues may be destroyed. What kind of first aid should be given a person with frostbite ?

 

37. C14 - The MOST important element in administering CPR is:

 

38. C14 - Which position is the best to stop bleeding from the nose?

 

39. C14 - First aid to poisoning bitten by spider. I. clean wound by alcohol II. lie down victim keep quiet

 

40. C14 - What is the primary purpose for applying a splint in first aid?

 

41. C14 - While underway, fire break out in the forward part of the vessel. Whenever practicable, what will be the first thing you will do if your are on watch?

 

42. C14 - Which one of the listed routine test and inspections of life-saving appliances is not required by the regulations?

 

43. C14 - First aid means __________.

 

44. C14 - A lifejacket should be provided with__________ .

 

45. C14 - In reviving a person who has been overcomed by gas fumes, which of the following would you AVOID doing?

 

46. C14 - If it is necessary to remove a victim from a life threatening situation, the person giving first aid must__________ .

 

47. C14 - A person slowly feel more sleepy and thirsty. The skin become very dry and there is a sweet taste of the breath. The glucose reaction shows positive. What kind of medicine will the person need as soon as possible?

 

48. C14 - The primary objective of First Aid is:

 


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