SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LESSON EXERCISES 13 THROUGH 18. Match the
information (Column I) with the block of the Field Medical Card (Column II) in which the
information is recorded. Items in Column II may be used more than once.
A tourniquet has been applied.
Casualty returned to duty without additional
Casualty is a member of the Canadian Army.
You have initiated an intravenous infusion.
The casualty's pulse rate.
The casualty has received a morphine injection
You are treating a casualty while the casualty is being evacuated. You have used
up the space in Block 9, but still need to record additional information. You
Continue your entries in Block 10 of the FMC.
Continue your entries in Block 14 of the FMC.
Continue your entries in Block 9 of the duplicate white sheet.
Stop making entries on the FMC.
What should you do before you begin writing on the Field Medical Card?
How many Field Medical Card sets are in a pad? _______________