A nasopharyngeal air is inserted to maintain the casualty's airway as part of:
a. Care under fire.
b. Tactical field care.
Both care under fire and tactical field care.
What is in the combat pill pack that you and other soldiers carry in combat?
Why must a penetrating chest wound be sealed?
a. To keep air from entering through the wound.
b. To keep air from escaping through the wound.
You are going to administer a combat pill pack to a casualty. You should
a. The casualty's pack.
b. Your personal pack.
Classify the following casualties according to the AVPU system.
____ Casualty number one moves his arm when you tell him forcefully to do so
and responds to pain when you moved him , but does not respond otherwise.
____ Casualty number two does not appear to have any injuries other than a
bruise on the side of his head; however, he does not respond to anything you do.
____ Casualty number three has been shot in the leg and is yelling at you to
"Hurry and do something." ____ Casualty number four groans when you try to
move his injured leg, but does not respond when you ask him how he feels or tell
him to move his uninjured arm.