Module 1 Quiz First Aid and CPR

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An act of omission
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Failure to do what a reasonably prudent person with the same or similar training would do in the same or similar circumstances is known as:
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True
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First Aiders who help injured victims are rarely sued
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Provide temporary assistance until proper medical care, if needed, is obtained
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First aid is intended to:
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False
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You are required to provide first aid to any injured or suddenly ill person you encounter
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All of the above
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Properly applied, first aid may mean the difference between:
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Negligence
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Duty to act, breach of duty (substandard care), and injury and damages inflicted are all factors involved in:
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Implied Consent
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An assumed consent given by an unconscious adult when emergency lifesaving treatment is required is known as:
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Negligence
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Deviating from accepted standards of care that result in further injury to the victim is known as:
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All of the above
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Good Samaritan Laws granting immunity are generally applicable when the rescuer is?
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Oneself
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Who primarily benefits from first aid training?
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Consent should be obtained from every responsive, mentally competent adult
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Which of the following is a true statement regarding obtaining consent to give first aid?
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All of the above
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Which occupation has a job description designating the person to give first aid?
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Abandonment
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A first aider must stay with the victim until another equally or better trained person takes over. Failure to do so would be considered:
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Implied consent
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If the victim is unresponsive, permission to give first aid is known as:
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All of the above
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Consent to give first aid must be obtained from every victim who is:
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Hepatitis B
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A vaccine is available for
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Fifth
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The _ stage of grieving is characterized by acceptance
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5
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The grieving process has ___ stages
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All of the above
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Blood borne diseases are most commonly transmitted by:
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EMS
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In a serious situation, who should you call first?
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A Bystander
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Who usually recognizes a situation as an emergency, and intervenes to help the victim?
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Depression
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The fourth stage of grieving is___
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Anger
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The second stage of grieving is ____
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Deciding to help
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Refusing to acknowledge an emergency is a strategy that can interfere with which emergency action?
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Recognize the emergency
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Severity, physical distance, relationship, and time exposed are all factors that can help the bystander:
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Bargaining
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Third stage of grieving is_____
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First
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The ____ stage of grieving is characterized by denial
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Denial
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The first stage of grieving is ____
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Recognize the emergency
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What is the first action a bystander should take in an emergency?
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Before encountering an emergency
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When should a bystander decide whether to help at an emergency?

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