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1:  Which of the following organs is not a hollow organ?
A: Bladder
B: Intestine
C: Liver
D: Ureter

2:  When solid organs are injured, the EMT-B should suspect:
A: severe internal bleeding.
B: pain.
C: tenderness.
D: peritonitis.

3:  What is the soft tissue landmark used in determining the four quadrants of the abdomen?
A: Pubic symphysis
B: Umbilicus
C: Iliac crest
D: Costal arch

4:  Bruising of the upper right quadrant might lead the EMT-B to suspect an internal injury to the:
A: stomach.
B: bladder.
C: spine.
D: liver.

5:  When you suspect an internal injury to the abdomen, you should always:
A: take cervical and spinal precautions.
B: treat for shock.
C: administer high-flow oxygen.
D: do all of the above.

6:  When dealing with an evisceration, the EMT-B should:
A: replace protruding organs.
B: cover the wound with a dry dressing.
C: cover the wound with a wet sterile dressing.
D: clean the organs and replace them in the abdominal cavity.

7:  When a patient has their knees drawn up to their chest to minimize abdominal pain, it is called:
A: guarding.
B: tenderness.
C: gasping.
D: peritonitis.

8:  Which organ in the urinary system is a solid organ?
A: Ureter
B: Bladder
C: Kidney
D: Urethra

9:  When there is blunt trauma to the kidney area and blood appears in the urine, this is called:
A: hematoma.
B: hematocrit.
C: hematuria.
D: hemothorax.

10:  Because of supine hypotensive syndrome, a pregnant patient should be placed in what position when a backboard is not necessary?
A: On her right side
B: On her left side
C: On her back with head up
D: On her back with feet up

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