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Efa exit exam questions and answers part 2

Here are 30 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) with answers for the DG Shipping EFA (Elementary First Aid) exit exam:

  1. What is the first step in approaching a casualty?

– a) Check for responsiveness
– b) Check for breathing and pulse
– c) Check for injuries
– d) Check for medical history
Answer: a) Check for responsiveness

  1. How do you control severe bleeding?

– a) Apply a tourniquet
– b) Elevate the wound
– c) Apply direct pressure
– d) Clean the wound
Answer: c) Apply direct pressure

  1. What is the correct compression-to-ventilation ratio in CPR for an adult?

– a) 15:2
– b) 30:2
– c) 5:1
– d) 10:1
Answer: b) 30:2

  1. How do you treat a minor burn?

– a) Immerse in cold water
– b) Apply butter
– c) Apply ice directly to the burn
– d) Cover with a clean, dry dressing
Answer: d) Cover with a clean, dry dressing

  1. What is the purpose of the recovery position?

– a) To open the airway
– b) To control bleeding
– c) To prevent shock
– d) To assess responsiveness
Answer: a) To open the airway

  1. How do you recognize a choking casualty?

– a) They are coughing
– b) They are speaking
– c) They are silent and clutching their throat
– d) They are breathing normally
Answer: c) They are silent and clutching their throat

  1. What is the treatment for a suspected spinal injury?

– a) Keep the casualty warm
– b) Move the casualty to a more comfortable position
– c) Keep the casualty still and supported
– d) Elevate the casualty’s legs
Answer: c) Keep the casualty still and supported

  1. What is the first step in treating a nosebleed?

– a) Pinch the nostrils together
– b) Tilt the casualty’s head back
– c) Apply a cold compress to the back of the neck
– d) Insert gauze into the nostrils
Answer: a) Pinch the nostrils together

  1. What is the treatment for a dislocated shoulder?

– a) Immobilize the arm and apply a cold compress
– b) Encourage the casualty to move the arm
– c) Massage the shoulder to reduce the dislocation
– d) Apply heat to the shoulder
Answer: a) Immobilize the arm and apply a cold compress

  1. How do you recognize a heart attack?

– a) Severe bleeding from the chest
– b) Sudden collapse and unconsciousness
– c) Severe crushing chest pain
– d) Profuse sweating and pale skin
Answer: c) Severe crushing chest pain

  1. What is the treatment for a sprain?

– a) Apply heat to the affected area
– b) Elevate the limb and apply a cold compress
– c) Massage the affected area
– d) Encourage the casualty to move the limb
Answer: b) Elevate the limb and apply a cold compress

  1. How do you recognize a stroke?

– a) Sudden severe headache
– b) Sudden loss of vision
– c) Sudden weakness or numbness in the face, arm, or leg
– d) Sudden confusion and difficulty speaking
Answer: c) Sudden weakness or numbness in the face, arm, or leg

  1. What is the treatment for a foreign object in the eye?

– a) Rub the eye to dislodge the object
– b) Flush the eye with water
– c) Remove the object with tweezers
– d) Cover both eyes with a clean dressing
Answer: b) Flush the eye with water

  1. How do you recognize a diabetic emergency?

– a) Profuse sweating
– b) Rapid, shallow breathing
– c) Unconsciousness
– d) Confusion and drowsiness
Answer: d) Confusion and drowsiness

  1. What is the treatment for an asthma attack?

– a) Encourage the casualty to lie down
– b) Administer their prescribed inhaler
– c) Apply a cold compress to the chest
– d) Offer the casualty a drink
Answer: b) Administer their prescribed inhaler

  1. How do you recognize a seizure?

– a) Unresponsiveness and absence of breathing
– b) Violent shaking and loss of bladder control
– c) Sudden collapse and unconsciousness
– d) Confusion and drowsiness
Answer: b) Violent shaking and loss of bladder control

  1. What is the treatment for a heat exhaustion casualty?

– a) Encourage the casualty to drink cold water quickly
– b) Move the casualty to a cooler place and give small sips of water
– c) Apply a cold compress to the casualty’s forehead
– d) Elevate the casualty’s legs
Answer: b) Move the casualty to a cooler place and give small sips of water

  1. How do you recognize a heat stroke?

– a) Hot, dry skin and a rapid, weak pulse
– b) Profuse sweating and pale skin
– c) Rapid, shallow breathing and confusion
– d) Unconsciousness and absence of breathing
Answer: a) Hot, dry skin and a rapid, weak pulse

  1. What is the treatment for a casualty with hypothermia?

– a) Immerse the casualty in warm water
– b) Rub the casualty’s skin vigorously
– c) Remove wet clothing and cover the casualty with blankets
– d) Give the casualty a hot drink
Answer: c) Remove wet clothing and cover the casualty with blankets

  1. How do you recognize a casualty in shock?

– a) Rapid, shallow breathing and confusion
– b) Profuse sweating and pale skin
– c) Unconsciousness and absence of breathing
– d) Rapid, weak pulse and cold, clammy skin
Answer: d) Rapid, weak pulse and cold, clammy skin

  1. What is the treatment for a casualty with a suspected fracture?

– a) Encourage the casualty to move the affected limb
– b) Apply a cold compress to the affected area
– c) Immobilize the affected limb and support it in the position found
– d) Elevate the affected limb
Answer: c) Immobilize the affected limb and support it in the position found

  1. How do you recognize a casualty with a head injury?

– a) Profuse bleeding from the head
– b) Loss of consciousness and confusion
– c) Sudden collapse and unresponsiveness
– d) Severe headache and dizziness
Answer: b) Loss of consciousness and confusion

  1. What is the treatment for a casualty with an open chest wound?

– a) Apply a dressing and bandage firmly
– b) Encourage the casualty to take deep breaths
– c) Cover the wound with airtight material
– d) Elevate the casualty’s legs
Answer: a) Apply a dressing and bandage firmly

  1. How do you recognize a casualty with a suspected poisoning?

– a) Profuse sweating and pale skin
– b) Rapid, shallow breathing and confusion
– c) Unconsciousness and absence of breathing
– d) Nausea, vomiting, and confusion
Answer: d) Nausea, vomiting, and confusion

  1. What is the treatment for a casualty with an electrical burn?

– a) Apply a cold compress to the burn
– b) Remove the casualty from the electrical source
– c) Immerse the burn in cold water
– d) Elevate the affected limb
Answer: b) Remove the casualty from the electrical source

  1. How do you recognize a casualty with a suspected heart attack?

– a) Sudden collapse and unconsciousness
– b) Severe crushing chest pain
– c) Profuse bleeding from the chest
– d) Rapid, weak pulse and cold, clammy skin
Answer: b) Severe crushing chest pain

  1. What is the treatment for a casualty with a suspected stroke?

– a) Encourage the casualty to lie down
– b) Administer aspirin
– c) Keep the casualty warm
– d) Seek medical help immediately
Answer: d) Seek medical help immediately

  1. How do you recognize a casualty with a suspected fracture?

– a) Severe swelling and deformity
– b) Profuse bleeding from the affected area
– c) Sudden collapse and unresponsiveness
– d) Severe crushing chest pain
Answer: a) Severe swelling and deformity

  1. What is the treatment for a casualty with a suspected spinal injury?

– a) Keep the casualty still and supported
– b) Encourage the casualty to move
– c) Apply heat to the affected area
– d) Elevate the casualty’s legs
Answer: a) Keep the casualty still and supported

  1. How do you recognize a casualty with a suspected fracture?

– a) Severe swelling and deformity
– b) Profuse bleeding from the affected area
– c) Sudden collapse and unresponsiveness
– d) Severe crushing chest pain
Answer: a) Severe swelling and deformity

You can use these questions to practice for the EFA exit exam. Good luck!

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These questions are generated from the e-learning website of DG shipping.

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