Assessment Test

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1. C16 - You are treating a shipmate with a compound fracture of the lower arm. Which action should you take?


2. C16 - A man has suffered a burn on the arm. There is extensive damage to the skin with charring present. How is this injury classified using standard medical terminology?


3. C16 - In case a patient has to be moved after basic life support has been started, interruption time should not exceed:


4. C16 - When administering artificial respiration to an adult, the breathing cycle should be repeated about:


5. C16 - Morphine is given either by subcutaneous injection or by Intramuscular Injection for quick pain relief and will act in approximately:


6. C16 - How open is the medicine chest and its contents including the medical equipment carried on board be inspected?


7. C16 - A patient has to be moved after basic life support has been started, interruption time should NOT exceed:


8. C16 - If hydrogen sulfide is burned (flared) on a vessel, which of the following conditions can be expected to happen?


9. C16 - First-, second-, and third-degree burns are classified according to the:


10. C16 - A seafarer suffering from possible broken bones and internal injuries should:


11. C16 - A fracture of the skull or head injury should receive immediate attention to prevent damage to the brain. Bleeding can be controlled by direct pressure on the:


12. C16 - What substance neutralizes the effects of poison or prevents its absorption?


13. C16 - A substance which neutralizes the effects of a poison or prevents its absorption.


14. C16 - High concentrations of H2S gas are most dangerous to personnel because they can:


15. C16 - If possible, get Radio Medical Advice before administering medicines to an age of:


16. C16 - What do you call a fracture if the bone may be visible?


17. C16 - An open wound that is caused by rubbing or scrapping the skin.


18. C16 - Which should NOT be a treatment for a person who has received a head injury and is groggy or unconscious?


19. C16 - A crew member has suffered frostbite to the toes of the right foot. Which is NOT an acceptable first aid measure?


20. C16 - In the ship's medicine chest, medicaments are indicated using which language so that a correct translation can be found in each language?


21. C16 - Which type of injury should be the first to receive emergency treatment?


22. C16 - In the event of an accident suffered by a crew where he became unconscious without pulse beat, the proper first aid to administer is:


23. C16 - An unconscious person should NOT be :


24. C16 - Which is the most serious type of fracture?


25. C16 - An oxygen indicator can be used to determine if there is:


26. C16 - A victim is coughing and wheezing from a partial obstruction of the airway. An observer should:


27. C16 - A shipmate chokes suddenly, cannot speak, and starts to turn blue. What action should you take?


28. C16 - Before administering any penicillin, preparations should include determining whether the patient is ________ to such medicine.


29. C16 - What is a treatment for traumatic shock?


30. C16 - A man has suffered a burn on the arm. There is extensive damage to the skin with charring present. This is an example of what kind of burn?


31. C16 - In the absence of arachis oil, earwax hardening causing deafness can be removed using:


32. C16 - If anti-seasickness pill is ineffective, what is an alternative medication?


33. C16 - Survivors in the water should be lifted in a horizontal or near-horizontal position if possible to minimize __________________ induced by sudden transfer from the water and possible hypothermia.


34. C16 - Appendicitis has become common to seafarers. It is a condition characterized by ______________ of the appendix.


35. C16 - A rapid, emergency evaluation of the patient should be made immediately at the scene of the injury to determine the:


36. C16 - How do you determine the first symptoms of a stroke?


37. C16 - An oxygen indicator will detect:


38. C16 - You are using an automatic tension winch by yourself. If you get caught in the turns of the line as they lead into the gypsyhead:


39. C16 - Compound fracture is a fracture in which:


40. C16 - How can a victim with an airway completely obstructed be recognized?


41. C16 - An alternative method of Artificial respiration where in some instances, mouth-to-mouth respiration cannot be used due to certain toxic and caustic materials constitute a hazard for the rescuer is known as:


42. C16 - During a bomb search, which of the following is an important principle to follow?


43. C16 - A man has suffered a burn on the arm. There is reddening of the skin blistering and swelling. How would this injury be classified using standard medical terminology?


44. C16 - While operating off the coast of Greece, a seaman is injured. What indicator should be in the preamble of a radio telegram asking for medical advice from a Greek station?


45. What is the MOST irritating to the skin?


46. Following a serious marine incident, who can administer use of the device that tests an individuals breath?


47. As a last resort, what can a tourniquet can be used for?


48. What is the appropriate first aid treatment for small cuts and open wounds?


49. A person reports to you with a fishhook in his thumb, what procedure should you use to remove it?


50. How does bleeding from a vein appear?


51. What are symptom(s) of a ruptured appendix?


52. WHat is the most importanat consideration while providing assistance to a victim of an epileptic seizure?


53. Why should a person being treated for shock should be wrapped in warm coverings?


54. When a person is in shock, how will their skin appear?


55. EXCEPT when suffering from a head or chest injury a patient in shock should be placed in which position?


56. What What can be caused by severe airway burns?


57. What precaution should be taken when treating burns caused by contact with dry lime?


58. What is the most important concern in treating a person with extensive burns?


59. What should you do when treating a person for third-degree burns?


60. What would be the result of physical exertion on the part of a person who has fallen into cold water?


61. What should you do for a crew member who has suffered frostbite to the toes of both feet?


62. Which of the following describes the condition of Hypothermia?


63. What is a sign(s) of respiratory arrest requiring artificial respiration?


64. How can you recognize the necessity for administering artificial respiration?


65. Where can a rescuer most easily check to determine whether or not an adult victim has a pulse?


66. Which procedure should NOT be done for a person who has fainted?


67. When it is necessary to remove a victim from a life threatening situation, what must the person giving first aid do?


68. How should a person suffering from possible broken bones and internal injuries be treated?


69. What should you do if a crew member is unconscious and the face is flushed?


70. What does the treatment(s) of heat exhaustion consist(s) of?


71. How should a patient suffering from heat exhaustion be treated?


72. What is the proper first aid for LPG in the eye?


73. Cryogenic burns can result in frostbite, what is the proper immediate treatment?


74. When should a tourniquet be used to control bleeding?


75. In all but the most severe cases, how should bleeding from a wound be controlled?


76. How does blood flowing from a cut artery appear?


77. Ordinarily, bleeding from a vein may be controlled by what method?


78. What is the preferred method of controlling external bleeding?


79. A person with diabetes has received a minor leg injury. What symptoms would indicate the onset of a diabetic coma?


80. How is epilepsy is a chronic nervous disorder characterized?


81. C16 - On board an accident happened. Urgent radio-medical advice is needed. We choose the category__________


82. C16 - While operating off Panama, a seaman is injured. What indicator should be included in the preamble of a telegram requesting a medical advice from a Panamanian station?


83. C16 - If one requires medical advice by means of an Inmarsat-C terminal one should use the following address__________


84. C16 - There has been an accident on board. Urgent medical advice is needed. The call is preceded by__________


85. C16 - What is the purpose of a Medico Message?


86. C16 - One of the sailors needs urgent medical assistance. The VHF-call starts with__________


87. C16 - An oiler was badly burned and you are communicating with a passenger ship that has a doctor and hospital on board. You want to rendezvous in a certain position so the oiler can be evacuated for medical treatment. Which code should your message contain?


88. C16 - You receive a medical message that contains the code MSJ. This means "_____."


89. C16 - What is considered a Serious Marine Incident?


90. C16 - If a person is in a state of shock, what of the following is the correct thing of you to do?


91. C16 - Appendicitis symptoms include cramps or pain in the abdomen located in the ___________.


92. C16 - When a person is suspected of having appendicitis, the pain should be relieved by:


93. C16 - Which of the following should NOT be a treatment for a person who has received a head injury and is groggy or unconscious?


94. C16 - ____ is the proper stimulant for an unconscious person?


95. C16 - Narcotics is given to a patient when:


96. C16 - Universal antidote is used to neutralize a sick person with:


97. C16 - Stimulant is given to a person who is _______ .


98. C16 - Another name for pain reliever is _______ .


99. C16 - What is not a treatment for traumatic shock?


100. C16 - A person suffering from possible broken bones and internal injuries should __________.


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