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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 type of device would be used to move a conscious man down several sets of stairs?
A: Backboard
B: Stair chair
C: Wheeled ambulance stretcher
D: Scoop stretcher

2:  What type of device is best used to move a patient over long distance?
A: Backboard
B: Stair chair
C: Wheeled ambulance stretcher
D: Scoop stretcher

3:  You and your partner are attempting to move a patient who weights approximately 325 lbs. What is the fewest number of rescuers required to safely move this patient?
A: 2
B: 4
C: 5
D: 6

4:  You and your partner are dispatched to a patient involved in a motor vehicle collision. Upon your arrival the car has smoke coming out from under the hood. What type of move is indicated for this patient?
A: Non-urgent move
B: Rapid extrication technique
C: Urgent move
D: Emergency move

5:  You and your partner are dispatched to a motor vehicle collision. The only access to the vehicle is through the driver's door. The patient in the driver seat has only minor complaints while the passenger is unresponsive. How should the patient in the driver seat be moved?
A: Non-urgent move
B: Rapid extrication technique
C: Urgent move
D: Emergency move

6:  You are assessing a patient who got dizzy when he stood up from his chair and fell down. The patient is stable and does not complain of any neck or back pain. What type of move is indicated for this patient?
A: Non-urgent move
B: Rapid extrication technique
C: Urgent move
D: Emergency move

7:  What method is used to transfer a patient from a nursing home bed to a wheeled ambulance stretcher?
A: Extremity lift
B: Direct carry method
C: Direct ground lift
D: Draw sheet method

8:  When is the use of a portable/folding stretcher indicated?
A: when the patient complains of back pain
B: if a second patient must be transported on the squad bench of the ambulance
C: if the scene allows easy access to a patient
D: if a patient has to be transported over long distances

9:  What type of extrication device would be used to carry a patient across uneven terrain that is inaccessible by ambulance?
A: portable stretcher
B: flexible stretcher
C: backboard
D: basket stretcher

10:  When power lifting, how far apart should your feet be placed?
A: 15 inches
B: 24 inches
C: 36 inches
D: 48 inches

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