HLTAID003 Dec 2016



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For further information please refer to the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guideline link.

Question 1:
Risk of cross infection can be reduced by:


Question 2:
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway
When resuscitating a baby the position of the head should be:


Question 3
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 8 - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
CPR is performed at the ratio of:


Question 4
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway
You are performing CPR on a child when they begin to vomit. Your immediate reaction should be:


Question 5
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway
To open the airway of an adult once it has been cleared you must:


Question 6
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 7 - External automated defibrillation in basic life support
When a person is not responsive and not breathing, an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) should be used as soon as possible:


Question 7
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 3 - Recognition and first aid management of the unconscious victim
When managing an unconscious person who is breathing it is important to:


Question 8
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 7 - External automated defibrillation in basic life support
An Automated External Defibrillator is used when you find a person in which of the following positions:


Question 9
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 10.5 - Legal and ethical issues related to resuscitation
Which of the following statements applies to a qualified first aider:


Question 10
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.3.2 - Resuscitation of the drowning victim
A person has been rescued from the water; they are not breathing and are unconscious. What actions should you take? (There is more than one action required):


Question 11
What would you do to debrief if you experience stress after administering CPR / first aid?


Question 12
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 2 - Managing an emergency
You witness a car accident; the vehicle has swerved to avoid a dog. The vehicle has hit a tree. Your first action should be to:


Question 13
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.3 - Shock
How do you treat shock?


Question 14
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway
A 4 year old boy is choking on a piece of biscuit. He is not able to cough and is looking distressed. You believe this is a severe obstruction. You should:


Question 15
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.4 - First aid management of a seizure
A person is having a seizure. What should you do?


Question 16
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.1 - Recognition and first aid management of a heart attack
What is the difference between a cardiac arrest and a heart attack?


Question 17
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.3.4  - Heat induced illness - Hyperthemia
SCENARIO: It's a 40 degree day and you see a man collapsed on the side of the road. On further investigation he is semi-conscious and his skin is hot and dry. The accepted first aid guideline after the primary assessment is:


Question 18
A person has a small insect in the ear. How would you treat this?


Question 19
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.1.3 - Burns
A person has burns to the chest and arms which appear charred and discoloured. Your treatment should include:


Question 20
For further information refer to Guideline 9.1.1 Principles for the control of bleeding for first aiders
A chef is preparing a meal. As he is cutting up the vegetables he is bumped from behind, causing him to slice off the tops of his fingers and thumb. What should he do?


Question 21
How do you treat a person with an open abdominal wound (intestines exposed)?


Question 22
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.4.2 - Spider bite
Whilst working in the garden, your friend is bitten by a funnel web spider. What is the correct first aid treatment?


Question 23
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.5.1 - Emergency management of a victim who has been poisoned
The correct action for treating poisoning is to:


Question 24
What steps can be used to treat a person with a small foreign object in the eye? (There is more than one step.)


Question 25
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 3 - Recognition and first aid management of the unconscious victimANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway, ANZCOR Guideline 5 - Breathing
You walk through the park and come across a collapsed person who appears to be unconscious. You see a syringe lying near the casualty. What should you do?


Question 26
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.1.3 - Burns
A factory worker has spilled chemicals on himself. His clothing is soaked with the chemical. What should you do?


Question 27
You are playing a friendly game of rugby and you notice your friend is on the ground in obvious distress holding his left knee. Upon investigation you find that his knee is presenting with obvious deformity. What should you do?


Question 28
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.4.5 - Jellyfish stings Refer to NON Tropical, page 4
What is the correct way to treat non-tropical jellyfish stings?


Question 29
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.2 - Stroke
A colleague is displaying signs of having a stroke. You need to act F.A.S.T. - this stands for:


Question 30
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma
When treating an asthma attack, what procedures should be followed?


Question 31
Some of the basic steps in caring for minor wounds are:


Question 32
A person known to be diabetic suddenly becomes shaky and agitated. What is the recommended first aid treatment for this condition? (Refer to Diabetes Australia: Hypoglycaemia-low sugar)


Question 33
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 2 - Managing an emergency
At your workplace you see your co-worker lying unconscious on the ground with a power tool in their hand. Which of the following would you do first?


Question 34
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.3.3 - Hypothermia: First aid management
The best way to re-warm a person suffering from mild hypothermia (cold) is to:


Question 35
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.1.7 - Emergency management of a crushed victim
Can you use a tourniquet for the first aid management of a crush injury?


Question 36
The first aid guidelines for treating a serious fracture are to:


Question 37
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.1.6 - Management of suspected spinal injury (section 3.2 - The unconscious victim)
Is it preferable to turn an unconscious breathing person with a suspected spinal injury in to the recovery position?


Question 38
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis
At a party, an 11 year old boy who has a peanut allergy starts to experience itching in his mouth which progresses to throat tightness, with swelling of his face evident. How should you manage this child's condition?


Question 39
Whiplash, a type of neck injury, results in muscle strain, ligament and/or disc injury:


Question 40
While playing sports, a competitor sprains his ankle. You should:


Question 41 - For further information refer to Guideline 9.1.1 Principles for the control of bleeding for first aiders
A sharp object has penetrated a person's body. The object is still in place and there appears to be no bleeding. You should pull out the object gently and apply direct pressure.


Question 42
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.2 - Stroke
You are at a family dinner when Grandpa Jim starts to slide off his chair. His face has dropped on one side and he can't talk properly. He is frightened. What do you suspect is wrong with Grandpa Jim and what should you do to assist?


Question 43
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 7 - External automated defibrillation in basic life support
Can you use adult AED pads on a child if you do not have paediatric pads available?


Question 44
How should you treat an unconscious person that has received a heavy blow to the side of his head and is bleeding from the ear (cerebral spinal fluid mixed with blood)?


Question 45
It is recommended that CPR training be updated every 12 months, how often should First Aid training be undertaken:


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