U4C2L1 The Need for First Aid/Your Response

A) A law that protects most people from lawsuits if medical complications arise after they have administered first aid correctly
3. (U4C2L1:F3) What is the Good Samaritan Law?

A) A law that protects most people from lawsuits if medical complications arise after they have administered first aid correctly
B) A law that requires you to administer aid to an injured person regardless of your medical training
C) A law that prevents firefighters, policemen, and others from being sued over their job performance
D) A code of behavior in the U.S. that says you shouldn’t sue someone who tried to help you during an emergency

B) Do not worry about changing gloves between treating victims because speed is most important.
4. (U4C2L1:F4) Which statement is inaccurate about Universal Precautions?

A) Wash hands before and after a medical procedure with soap and water or hand sanitizer.
B) Do not worry about changing gloves between treating victims because speed is most important.
C) Wear face masks and eye protection whenever there is a possibility of blood splashing into your face.
D) Dispose of all contaminated sharp objects in an appropriate puncture-proof container.

C) “A” is for open the airway; “B” is for assess breathing; “C” is for assess circulation
5. (U4C2L1:F5) What are the “ABCs” of evaluating an injury?

A) “A” is for open the airway; “B” is for restore breathing; “C” is for control shock
B) “A” is for open the airway; “B” is for restore breathing; “C” is for assessing circulation
C) “A” is for open the airway; “B” is for assess breathing; “C” is for assess circulation
D) “A” is for open the airway; “B” is for stop the bleeding; “C” is for assess circulation