1. What is anaphylactic shock?
Anapha what?
Severe sinus decongestion;
An allergic reaction;
A severe allergic reaction.

2. If you or someone in your group got injured and had an external hemorrhage, and you applied first aid to stop it, what effect would there be on the person after losing a lot of blood and what should you do to help improve the situation?
The person would feel hungry and therefore should be fed;
Whether the person wants it or not, encourage them to eat some food and drink some water;
They will be dehydrated, therefore you should offer the person some water to drink;
None of the above.

3. Your signaling has worked, and the situation warranted an evacuation by helicopter. Preparation is important. An area must be clear of debris and other obstacles so that the helicopter can land. What is the size of the area that needs to be clear for a safe landing?
20 m by 20 m;
25 m by 30 m;
35 m by 35 m;
50 m by 50 m.

4. Which of the following is false concerning the ways that the body loses heat;
Radiation;
Conduction;
Convection;
Bifurcation.

5. What is the name of two common microorganisms found in North America that can give you a gastrointestinal infection?
Gardia Lamlia and Cryposporidium;
Giardio Lamblia and Cryposporium;
Giardia Lamblia and Cryptosporidium;
Giardia Lamlia and Cryptosporidium.

6. When should you use a tourniquet? Just a WARNING here. Become first aid certified before attempting something you are not qualified to do. A tourniquet may cause the loss of a limb if improperly done.
At any time that there is an external hemorrhage;
If direct pressure doesn't work to stop the flow of blood;
If blood flow does not stop after applying pressure to the appropriate artery (pressure points);
None of the above.

7. When should you apply sutures to a wound in the field?
At any time that the wound may cause a scar on a noticeable area, such as the face and hands;
If you are first aid certified;
Never! No reputable organization that teaches first aid will authorize you to perform this action;
None of the above.

8. In order to maintain good health in the camp, at what distance must you keep between the latrine area, sleeping area, cooking area and water source? I know that different sources give different distances, but among the following choose the best answer.
10 m;
100 m;
200 m;
1000 m.

9. If someone in your group gets bitten by a venomous snake just above the ankle, what should you not do?
Ask the person to walk around with your help in order to oxygenate their blood;
Wash the affected area and treat it as an open wound while snugly wrapping a dressing around the limb as well as lowering the wound below the heart, to avoid further infection and to slow the spread of the toxin throughout the body;
Evacuate the injured party as soon as possible;
If possible, attempt to identify the snake and do so in a safe manner.

10. If you are caught in a lightning storm in a forest where you are near an open field, among the following choices where is the best place to go to avoid getting struck by lightning?
Under the tallest tree in the forest;
Out in the middle of the field;
On the top of the closest hill;
Away from the tallest trees in the group of trees around you, while insulating yourself from the ground and getting into the lightning position.

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