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Abeka Grade 6 Health Test 1
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not answer the door
If a stranger knocks on your door when you are home alone, you should _______.
riding where there is much traffic
This is NOT a good bicycle safety habit.
go back inside the building to save your pets
Do NOT do this in case of a fire.
make contact with a live wire
You might get electrocuted if you _________.
red and black stripes side by side
This does NOT characterize a poisonous snake.
go feet first the first time, check the depth of the water before diving, and check for submerged objects
To avoid a spinal injury when swimming in unfamiliar water, you could __________.
A burn received from touching a live wire would be considered an _________.
third degree burn
A burn that goes through all the layers of the skin is a ________.
A person lying unconscious on the ground with reddish fluid draining from the ears and mouth could be a sign of a _________.
apply direct pressure, elevate the injury and apply pressure at the pressure point
To control severe bleeding, what three steps should you take?
stop, drop and roll
If your clothing catches on fire, what should you do?
airway, breathing, circulation
List the A-B-C's of first aid-the three most important medical emergencies.
caused by low body temperature
the freezing of body tissue
a jostling of the brain inside its protective, bony covering
care given to a victim until help arrives
a break, chip, or crack in a bone
stretched or torn ligament around a joint
caused by excessive loss of body fluids due to sweating profusely
occurs when sweat glands do not function properly
a serum used for treating snakebites
used to effectively treat muscle injuries
any sickness or injury that requires immediate care
When a victim shows no sign of breathing, the rescuer should restore breathing by giving _________.
Pinching the nostrils or applying cold, wet cloths are two methods to stop a ________.
You will be able to float for long periods of time without using much energy by practicing _________.
The abdominal thrust (Heimlich maneuver) is administered to someone who is _________.
A splint is used to immobilize a __________________.
In the upper arms (brachial arteries) and in the creases above the upper legs (femoral arteries).
Identify the four pressure points that are most often used in first aid.
left arm bent upwards or right arm straight out
Identify the right turn hand signal.
left arm straight out
Identify the left turn hand signal.
left arm bent downwards
Identify the stop or slow down hand signal.
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