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Please read each question and select your answer from the choices provided. You must complete all of the questions in order to view your results. At the end of each exam, you have the option to e-mail your results to your instructor.


1:  What is another name for the skull?
A: Foramen magnum
B: Cranium
C: Occiput
D: Face

2:  How many major bones are in the face?
A: 4
B: 5
C: 6
D: 8

3:  What is the most posterior portion of the cranium?
A: Foramen magnum
B: Occiput
C: Frontal bone
D: Parietal bone

4:  After taking BSI precautions, the EMT-B should focus on the patient's:
A: airway.
B: breathing pattern.
C: circulation.
D: chief complaint.

5:  Anytime there are injuries to the face or head the EMT-B should suspect:
A: respiratory arrest.
B: respiratory failure.
C: spinal injuries.
D: a decreased level of consciousness.

6:  A large piece of avulsed skin on the scalp should be covered with a(n):
A: occlusive dressing.
B: wet dressing.
C: dry dressing.
D: dry sterile dressing.

7:  Where is the air humidified in the respiratory tree?
A: Turbinates
B: Septum
C: Bronchiole
D: Oropharynx

8:  What is the "halo test"?
A: A test for level of consciousness
B: A test for CSF in the blood
C: A test for neurological responses
D: None of the above

9:  The presence of air in the soft tissue produces a characteristic crackling sensation known as:
A: emphysema.
B: air embolism.
C: pulmonary embolism.
D: subcutaneous emphysema.

10:  After BSI what should the EMT-B do to control epistaxis?
A: Apply direct pressure
B: Keep patient calm
C: Lean the patient forward
D: Apply ice on the nose

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