Medical

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Lee_d
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261570
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Medical
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2014-03-01 18:08:44
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Medical department
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  1. What are the 3 types/purposes of first aid?
    Save lives, Prevent further injury, prevent infection
  2. How many first aid boxes are there onboard?
    90
  3. What color are first aid boxes?
    Gray with red cross
  4. What color are the Mass Casualty boxes?
    White with a red cross
  5. Where are the mass casualty boxes located?
    Hangar bay and FWD/AFT mess decks
  6. How many battle dressing stations are there?
    6
  7. Where are the battle dressing stations located?
    Forward, Forward AUX, Main, Flight Deck, Aft, and Aft AUX
  8. What are the 3 types of stretchers onboard?
    Army Litter, Reeves sleeve, Stokes
  9. What is the breath to compression ratio for CPR?
    30 to 2
  10. What is the appropriate depth compression for adult CPR?
    1.5 to 2 inches
  11. In regard to smoke inhalation, how long must a hose team member wait to return to duty after being treated?
    20 minutes
  12. What is a compound fracture?
    When bone breaks the skin
  13. What is the emergency number to call medical?
    222
  14. Why do you notify the bridge during medical emergencies?
    Elevators
  15. What is the rule of nines?
    System designed to determine percentage of burns on a patient
  16. What is the ratio for rescue breathing?
    1 breath every 6-8 seconds
  17. What is triage?
    Process to identify patient categories during a mass casualty
  18. What are the triage colors and what do they stand for?
    • Green - Minimal
    • Yellow - Delayed
    • Red - Immediate
    • Black - Expectant
  19. When would you use a tourniquet?
    As a last resort to control bleeding
  20. What needs to be done after applying a tourniquet?
    "T" and the time applied written on forehead
  21. For an electrical shock victim, what is the 1st step after reporting the casualty?
    Secure the power
  22. How many sides of the plastic dressing cover for a sucking chest wound is taped?
    3
  23. For a sucking chest wound, why is the victim placed on their side or sitting position for recovery?
    To promote the ease of breathing
  24. For an abdominal evisceration, why should you not touch the intestines or attempt to push them back into the body?
    To prevent infection
  25. Who is in charge of Medical?
    SMO (Senior Medical Officer) - CDR Orsello

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