Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Rescue actions

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Question № 1

Id: 2143
points: 2

How often should you turn a non-traumatic victim to the other side after laying him in the recovery position?

    Every 60 minutes.
    Every 30 minutes.
    Every 15 minutes.

Question № 2

Id: 2145
points: 2

You notice shortness of breath in a child. There is no one around to help. Which of the following actions should be taken?

    Call for help, and then perform artificial breathing and chest compressions.
    Perform artificial breathing and chest compressions for 1 minute and then call for help.
    Perform artificial breathing and chest compressions for 15 minutes and then call for help.

Question № 3

Id: 2163
points: 2

What should you do in the case of nose bleeding?

    Squeeze the wings of the nose and lean your head forward.
    Do not stem and wait until the blood stops flowing.
    Squeeze the wings of the nose and lean your head back.

Question № 4

Id: 2177
points: 2

What should be preceded by chest compressions in an infant that has been placed on a table or the floor?

    Place diapers or a towel under the child's back, so that the forehead, chin and chest are in one line.
    Raise the child's leg up so that blood is rushed to the heart.
    Place a pillow under the child's head.

Question № 5

Id: 2180
points: 2

Which of these symptoms indicate rib fracture in a conscious victim?

    The victim complains of pain that intensifies with deep breathing and movement.
    The victim limps on his left leg.
    The victim complains of stomach pain.

Question № 6

Id: 2188
points: 2

A victim has a closed fracture of the lower limb and complains of severe pain. He is waiting for the arrival of the medical rescue team. What actions should be taken by a witness to the incident?

    Encourage the victim not to move.
    Administer analgesics.
    Try to position the limb higher than the heart.

Question № 7

Id: 2190
points: 2

What should you do if you suspect a cervical spine injury and lack of breath in the victim of a road accident?

    Bend the victim's head to his chest.
    Place something soft under the victim's head, e.g. a rolled up jacket.
    Begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Question № 8

Id: 2199
points: 2

In which situation, do you not use an automatic external defibrillator (AED) on a victim?

    When there is a cardiac arrest.
    When there is a cardiac arrest and AED recommends discharge.
    Where the victim has wet clothes or is lying in a puddle.

Question № 9

Id: 4601
points: 2

What should you do if as a result of a traffic accident, fuel leaking from the damaged vehicles gather around the tram?

    Disconnect the pantograph from the grid and evacuate the passengers to a safe place.
    Immediately move away from the tram, leaving the decision to evacuate to the passengers.
    Wait in the tram until arrival of the fire brigade.

Question № 10

Id: 4602
points: 2

You drive a rail vehicle. How will you behave when you notice a fire in the electrical installation?

    I will stop the vehicle, open the door to evacuate the passengers, disconnect the pantograph from the rail grid and proceed to extinguish the fire.
    I will drive to the nearest stop and then call the Fire Brigade.
    Leave the tram as fast as possible.

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