A casualty has been standing in cold water with wet feet for several hours. The
soldier says his feet feel as though they are on fire with pain shooting through his
feet. Which of the following is NOT a proper treatment for this condition?
a. Dry the feet thoroughly.
b. Remove wet socks and replace with dry socks.
Massage the foot until the pain stops.
d. Elevate the casualty's feet.
A pale, yellowish area on a soldier's cheek that feels solid to the touch is a sign of:
d. Immersion syndrome.
e. Snow blindness.
Which of the following is a sign/symptom of superficial frostbite?
a. A numb feeling in the affected area.
b. Severe muscle cramps in the affected area.
Blisters on the affected area.
d. Frozen (wooden) flesh.