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1 . The oxygen breathing apparatus (OBA) is a valuable adjunct in rescue operations for what reason?

a. It can be connected directly to an external air source
b. It provides positive pressure ventilation for the wearer
c. It neutralizes or filters toxic gasses
d. It generates its own oxygen
d. It generates its own oxygen
2 . A typical ambulance emergency bag does NOT contain which of the following items?

a. Toomey Syringe
b. Atropine
c. Airways
d. Trach Adaptor
b. Atropine
3 . Which of the stretchers listed below is considered most practical when lifting a casualty from an engine room?

a. Stokes stretcher
b. Army litter
c. Miller Board
d. Improvised blanket and line stretcher
a. Stokes stretcher
4 . Five burned Sailors walked out of a smoldering compartment. You are administering first aid and transporting them to sickbay.

a. First and second stages
b. Second stage only
c. First and third stages
d. Second and final stages
a. First and second stages
5 . Elbow.

a. Spica or Figure-Eight
b. Spiral Reverse or Triangular
c. Barton
d. Cravat
a. Spica or Figure-Eight
6 . Head.

a. Triangular
b. Four-tailed
c. Figure-Eight
d. Spica
a. Triangular
7 . The standard gas mask provides effective protection against

a. carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide
b. low oxygen concentrations
c. both CO/CO2 and low oxygen concentration
d. chemical and biological warfare agents
d. chemical and biological warfare agents
8 . Probably the easiest way to carry an unconscious person is called the

a. fireman's carry
b. tied-hands crawl
c. blanket drag
d. chair carry
a. fireman's carry
9 . Ear.

a. Spiral Reverse
b. Four-tailed
c. Barton
d. Cravat
d. Cravat
10 . When using a lifeline to raise an unconscious person from a compartment, the lifeline should be attached to the victim in what manner?

a. Around the waist and to the belt
b. Around the chest and under the arms
c. Around the hips and the wrists
d. Around the arms and the legs
b. Around the chest and under the arms
11 . Which of the following is NOT a factor the Corpsman considers in deciding whether or not to recommend using a helicopter for evacuating patients?

a. The victim^s overall condition
b. The tactical situation
c. The affect of pressure changes in flight
d. Cost
d. Cost
12 . Calf.

a. Spica
b. Figure-Eight
c. Spiral Reverse
d. Four-Tailed
c. Spiral Reverse
13 . Ankle.

a. Four-tailed
b. Spiral Reverse
c. Figure-Eight
d. Spica
c. Figure-Eight
14 . What is the most distinct advantage of the chair carry?

a. The ease of transporting heavy casualties
b. The ease of negotiating stairs
c. Its safety in transporting neck or back injuries
d. Its safety in transporting pelvic injuries
b. The ease of negotiating stairs
15 . Chin.

a. Spiral reverse or Spica
b. Four-tailed or Barton
c. Triangular or Cravat
d. Cravat only
b. Four-tailed or Barton
16 . Axilla.

a. Spica
b. Figure-Eight
c. Triangular
d. Cravat
d. Cravat
17 . Which of the following pieces of rescue equipment should be used to carry a person with a suspected back or neck injury?

a. Army litter
b. Spineboard
c. Either 1 or 2, depending on the circumstances
d. Improvised stretcher
b. Spineboard
18 . A Sailor whose clothes are on fire runs toward you. A small canvas tarp is nearby. Which of the following actions should you take?

a. Throw the victim to the deck and cover the victim head to foot with the tarp
b. Beat out the flames from the head downward to the feet
c. With the victim wrapped in the tarp, roll the victim over very quickly
d. With the victim standing, wrap the victim in the tarp and beat the flames out with your hands
d. With the victim standing, wrap the victim in the tarp and beat the flames out with your hands
19 . The ventilators suddenly shut down and sparking has ceased. Rescuers are to enter a darkened compartment The DCO is supervising the rescue effort. The rescuers should take which of the following precautions?

a. Check for oxygen, gasses, and explosive vapors
b. Wear a lifeline
c. Carry and wear only nonsparking equipment
d. Each of the above
d. Each of the above
20 . The tied-hands crawl is the most useful when the victim

a. is too heavy to lift
b. must be move long distances
c. is seriously injured
d. must be moved under low structures
d. must be moved under low structures
21 . When, if ever, should an oxygen source be connected to an air line mask?

a. When entering a carbon dioxide filled compartment or void
b. When entering a compartment or void with fuel oil vapors
c. After the couplings have been cleaned of all oil or grease
d. Never
d. Never