ELECTRICIAN`S MATE Quiz 02

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  1. Which of the following actions should NOT be performed during the administration of closed-chest massage?



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    Apply pressure to the breastbone at the rate of 60 to 80 times a minute 

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    Pause from time to time to see if a spontaneous heartbeat has returned

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    Apply the least pressure that will secure an effective pulse beat

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    Apply pressure to the chest wall with the fingers at the rate of 2 to 15 times per minute
    Apply pressure to the breastbone at the rate of 60 to 80 times a minute
  2. To ensure maximum protection from floor matting, you should take all EXCEPT which of the following actions?



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    Use general-purpose black floor matting

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    Clean the matting whenever it becomes contaminated

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    Use MILSPEC MIL-M-15562 matting

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    Make sure the matting is always in place
    Make sure the matting is always in place
  3. Heat stress is caused by the body trying to regulate its temperature. Which of the following is/are cause(s) of heat stress?



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    Air temperature

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    Thermal radiation

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    Humidity

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    All of the above
    All of the above
  4. At what minimum decibel level is double hearing protection required?



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    54 dB

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    64 dB

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    84 dB

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    104 dB
    104 dB
  5. What type of wound has torn skin and tissue?



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    A laceration

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    An incision

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    An abrasion

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    A contusion
    A laceration
  6. When administering CPR to an adult, you should depress the sternum what approximate distance?



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      1 1/2 to 2 inches

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    2 to 3 inches

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    3 inches

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    1/2 to 1 inch
    1 1/2 to 2 inches
  7. What is the safest type of fire-extinguishing agent for you to use on an electrical fire?



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    Soda acid

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    Potassium bicarbonate (PKP)

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    Foam

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    Carbon dioxide (CO2)
    Potassium bicarbonate (PKP)
  8. A person has stopped breathing but is still alive. This person is said to be in which of the following states?



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    Respiratory failure 

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    Suspended animation

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    Near-death experience

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    Cardiac arrest
    Respiratory failure
  9. What method, if any, should you use to indicate to medical personnel that a victim has had a tourniquet applied?



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    Mark his/her forehead with a capital letter T

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    Have the patient tell them

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    Have the patient tell them to look on his/her medical record

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    None; they will see it when they examine the patient
    None; they will see it when they examine the patient
  10. To prepare a victim quickly for administration of mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration, you should take which of the following steps?



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    Place the victim face upon a level area, slide a folded blanket under the small of the back, lift the lower jaw forward, and depress the tongue

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    Place the victim face up, clear the mouth and throat, tilt the head back, lift the lower jaw, and pinch the nose shut

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    Place the person in comfortable surroundings, loosen the shirt collar and other tight-fitting clothing, turn the head to one side, and drain the saliva from the mouth

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    Place the victim face down on a level area, slide a folded blanket under the stomach, and drain saliva from the mouth
    Place the victim face up, clear the mouth and throat, tilt the head back, lift the lower jaw, and pinch the nose shut
  11. When steam blisters cover half of a victim’s back, (a) what percentage of (b) what class burn exists?



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    (a) 18 % (b) third degree

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    (a) 9 % (b) second degree

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    (a) 9 % (b) third degree

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    (a) 18 % (b) second degree
    a) 9 % (b) second degree
  12. If a person is unconscious because of an electric shock, you should start artificial respiration at what point?



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    When ordered by senior personnel

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    As soon as possible

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    After assistance arrives

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    After transporting the person to sick bay
    As soon as possible
  13. Personnel that work in noise-hazardous areas with a noise level of 84 dB and above are required to have a hearing test within what specified period of time after reporting aboard ship?



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    6 months

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    30 days

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    12 months

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    90 days
    90 days
  14. All electrical workbench receptacles must be supplied from a common or an isolation transformer.



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    True

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    False
    True
  15. When operating a deck buffer rated at 120 volts, what is the lowest class of rubber gloves that you can safely wear?



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    II

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    I

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    III

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    0
    0
  16. The dielectric feature of electrical rubber gloves is based on what characteristic, if any, of the glove?



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    The color of the label

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    The wall thickness of the glove

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    The size of the glove

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    None
    None
  17. Burns of what degree are characterized by blistering of the skin?



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    Second 

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    First

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    Fourth

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    Third
    Second
  18. What percentage of a person is considered burned when the burned area is confined to the right leg?



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    9 % 

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    30 %

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    18 %

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    1 %
    9 %
  19. What measure is the last resort when trying to control bleeding?



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    Using back pressure

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    Using pressure points

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    Using a tourniquet

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    Applying direct pressure to the wound
    Using a tourniquet
  20. When it becomes necessary to rig casualty power cables, what person(s) is/are responsible for tying the cables up in the overhead?



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    The person assigned by the locker leader

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    All members of the repair party 

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    The on-scene leader

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    The repair party electrician
    All members of the repair party
  21. During a fire, what person determines whether the power should be secured?



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    The on-scene leader 

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    The repair party leader

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    The repair party electrician

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    Damage control central
    The on-scene leader
  22. When treating a victim with second or third degree burns, you should treat for what symptom first?



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    Pain

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    Burn

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    Shock 

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    Fluid loss
    Shock
  23. After reporting on board ship, at what point should naval personnel become acquainted with the types and locations of fire-fighting equipment?



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    As needed

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    After qualifying in damage control 

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    As soon as possible

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    After being assigned to a repair party
    After qualifying in damage control 
  24. A person has just received an electrical shock from an electric drill, and you cannot find the switch or receptacle. What is the quickest and safest method for you to use to free the victim?



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    Pull the fuses at the distribution box

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    Pull the flexible cable of the drill until the victim is clear of its contact 

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    Turn the drill switch off

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    Cut the portable cable
    Pull the flexible cable of the drill until the victim is clear of its contact 
  25. If you need to find information about the approved deck coverings to use in your work area, you should refer to what publication?



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    NSTM, chapter 634

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    NEETS

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    OPNAVINST 3120.32

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    OPNAVINST 5100.19
    NSTM, chapter 634

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