Which of the following is/are proper procedures for treating heatstroke in a
a. Move the casualty to a shaded area.
b. Elevate the casualty's legs.
Pour water on the casualty.
d. Evacuate the casualty.
e. All of the above.
A soldier has red, itchy areas on exposed flesh. The temperature is above
freezing and the flesh has not been exposed to an excessively moist
environment. The soldier is probably suffering from:
d. Immersion syndrome.
e. Snow blindness.
A soldier is in a cold climate. His fingers on his left hand feel hot, itchy, and
tender. The soldier should:
a. Remove the glove from his left hand and put the hand inside his uniform under
b. Remove the glove from his left hand and rub the hand in the snow.
Remove the glove from the affected hand and leave the hand exposed until
the feeling of heat goes away.
d. Soak the affected hand in hot water.