5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Principles of splinting
- Withdrawal and breaking the addiction that smoking causes
- Secondhand smoke
- High risk and low risk behaviors
- Treatment for oral poisoning
- a - splint the area in the position found
- place padding between the body and the splint
- the splint should extend beyond both joints
- do not put on the bandages to hold the splint in place so tight that it cuts off circulation; should be able to put a finger under it
- b The following high-risk behaviors puts a teen at risk for STD's:
- being sexually active
- having more than one sexual partner
- having a sexual partner who has had multiple partners
- using alcohol or drugs
Preventing STD's- no one can protect you from STD's except you, so stand up and take control and follow this advice; practice abstinence, avoid alcohol and drugs, respect yourself, learn the facts of STD's and use those facts to make good decisions, choose friends who influence you in a positive way, get plenty of rest so that you can think clearly, go out as a group, be aware of your emotions.
- c Environmental tobacco smoke or secondhand smoke is a combination of exhaled mainstream and sidestream smoke.
- d Many smokers find that withdrawal is easier to deal with than overcoming the psychological addiction that developed as they became addicted. Tips to help a smoker quit: a) set a quit date and quit and get rid of all cigarettes, ashtrays, etc. b) change your habits c) set goals d) get support
- e call Poison control immediately; look for any containers; if unconscious, check breathing; DO NOT induce vomiting unless instructed to do so; take any containers and/or vomited material to the hospital with you
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- vital for processes such as muscle movement, nerve signals, and the transport of nutrients into and out of body cells; important electrolytes needed by the body are sodium, chloride, potassium, and calcium.
- Semen, breast-milk, blood, vaginal secretions
- Secondhand smoke is a combination of exhaled mainstream smoke and sidestream smoke. Secondhand smoke is linked with nasal sinus cancer and possibly cancers of the cervix, breast, bladder. It causes noncancerous illnesses as well. Secondhand smoke can also reduce heart function, cause headaches, nausea, and dizziness.
- found in fruits and vegetables; cannot be digested; needed for a healthy dgestive system; prevents constipation; may help prevent colon cancer and heart disease
- infects the reproductive organs; highest rate of chlamydia infections are in 15 to 19 year olds; there are more new cases of Chlamydia a year than any other bacterial caused STD.
5 True/False Questions
Definition of cholesterol → when the body loses its ability to cool itself by sweating because the victim has become dehydrated
Additives → included in the ingredients list on a food label; additives are substances added to foods to keep them from spoiling, or to improve the taste, smell, texture, appearance, or nutrient content of a food
Opportunistic infections → warts is caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV)- also causes cervical cancer; HPV is responsible for more new cases than any other STD; in females there are pink or reddish warts on the anus or genitals; no cure, but warts become so big and block openings, preventing normal bodily functions that
they have to be removed by surgery, freezing them, or medicine, but they always come back; females have a higher risk of developing cervical cancer with certain types of HPV.
Head-tilt/chin-lift method used to open the airway → It is important to tilt the head because it lifts the tongue off of the airway.
Short-term effects of smoking → Tobacco makes the breath and your clothes stink; stains teeth; and snuff and chewing tobacco make you spit more often.