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# Crew Evaluation Test online for seamans about First Medical Aid

“Seagull CES marine test online about First Medical Aid” (Crew Evaluation Test) will help marine specialists in preparation to exams for getting certificate of confidence.

This test contains 89 questions. Mode “Practice” and “Exam” have one difference – in “Exam” mode you can’t ask the computer to show you the right answer.

Choose mode in which you want take “CES” test:

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A bandage is always applied to an open wound:
True.
False.
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Your aims are to maintain the airway, breathing and circulation, to remove any contaminated clothing, to identify the poison and to obtain medical aid:
True.
False.
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A casualty with burns has less need for fluid:
True.
False.
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A chemical burn from fluid must be bandaged firmly to prevent fluid from covering greater parts of the skin:
True.
False.
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A fractured spine will always imply unconsciousness:
True.
False.
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A good splint should prevent adequate blood circulation and compress nerves, so the casualty will not feel any pain:
True.
False.
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A haematoma can be caused by head injury:
True.
False.
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A large dose of muscle relaxing medicaments can cause respiratory problems due to the reduced activity in the respiratory muscles:
True.
False.
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A limb with an external bleeding should be lowered to maintain circulation in order to supply the cells with oxygen and prevent cell death:
True.
False.
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A patient who breathes will always have a pulse rate?
True.
False.
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A patient who is shouting has an open airway:
True.
False.
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A patient with a major burn is liable to develop circulation failure:
True.
False.
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A person suffering from a moderate to hard blow to the head, should always be under close observation in the early hours after the accident, considering possible development of edema in the head:
True.
False.
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A person under influence of alcohol will suffer from frost injuries quicker than a sober person:
True.
False.
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A seriously hypothermic patient should as soon as possible be placed in a warm bath (>50 °C) to regain normal body heat:
True.
False.
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A spine/neck injury will always have priority over every other injury due to the risk of paralysis:
True.
False.
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A sudden fall in blood pressure does not normally lead to circulation failure:
True.
False.
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A triangular bandage is always used in its triangular shape:
True.
False.
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Abdominal thrust is applied to remove foreign objects in the airway:
True.
False.
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All fires will burn easier and faster in an oxygen-rich environment. Therefore, do not use oxygen bottles near an open fire. Smoking is not allowed.
True.
False.
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An internal abdominal bleeding is not dangerous as it will stop bleeding by itself due to the increased pressure in the abdomen:
True.
False.
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An unconscious patient suffering from a major spine injury should not be placed in recovery position, as this may increase the damage and lead to paralysis:
True.
False.
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Any major bleeding must be stopped before treating a wound:
True.
False.
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Bandages must be sterile before use:
True.
False.
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Bleeding will always occur together with a fracture, that breaks the skin:
True.
False.
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Breathing is controlled by the respiratory centre in the brain:
True.
False.
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Cardiac arrest leads to circulation failure:
True.
False.
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Cardiac arrest will always lead to unconsciousness:
True.
False.
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Cooling does not reduce pain in a sprain:
True.
False.
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Cooling of a third degree burn should be terminated after 15 minutes:
True.
False.
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Damage to the spinal cord will always result in immediate neurological malfunction:
True.
False.
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Do not touch anything that is sticking to, or embedded in, the eyeball, or over the coloured part of the eye, when treating a person with a foreign body in the eye:
True.
False.
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Dressing should always be larger than the wound they cover:
True.
False.
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Flush away any residual chemical on the skin with plenty of cold water. Be sure, that the water does not flush away from the casualty’s body:
True.
False.
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Food poisoning may be caused by eating food, that is contaminated by bacteria or by toxins produced by bacteria, that were already in the food:
True.
False.
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Grease and oil must never be used in connection with oxygen bottles, couplings and valves:
True.
False.
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True.
False.
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Heat cramps seldom occurs after excessive sweating precipitated by strenuous exercise:
True.
False.
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Heat-stroke can occur suddenly, causing unconsciousness within minutes. This may be signaled by the casualty feeling uneasy and ill.
True.
False.
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If a patient has heat exhaustion, the symptoms are weakness, vertigo, headache and nausea. Initially the skin is cool and clammy.
True.
False.
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If there are signs of tendon damage, the tendon must be sutured by a surgeon before closing the wound. If so, put on a dressing until qualified treatment can be administered:
True.
False.
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If you are unable to give a patient with an increased circulation failure due to bleeding, intravenous treatment, he should promptly be given plenty to drink to replace lost fluid:
True.
False.
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Improvised splints can only be made of solid materials:
True.
False.
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Inspiration is mainly caused by muscle activity of the Diaphragm:
True.
False.
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Internal bleeding will never lead to circulation failure:
True.
False.
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It is the increased pressure in the head that is fatal, not the bleeding itself:
True.
False.
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It may be difficult to tell if there is a fracture or a sprain:
True.
False.
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Moderate and deep hypothermia cause very unstable condition, and the patient must be inactive and treated very carefully:
True.
False.
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Most adults will endure a loss of blood of 1 litre:
True.
False.
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None of the tissue cells will die, only damaged when the casualty has a crush injury:
True.
False.
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Normal resting rate of pulse in a healthy adult is about 2-3 beats per second:
True.
False.
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Once a bandage is in place it should be left alone:
True.
False.
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One of the main tasks of the blood is to transport oxygen to body’s cells:
True.
False.
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Open weave roller bandages are used to support joints:
True.
False.
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Oxygen bottles should be handled with care and should be removed if they are exposed to heat:
True.
False.
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Oxygen treatment is most important with injury to the head/neck/spine:
True.
False.
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Parts of the body can be used as splints:
True.
False.
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R-I-C-E treatment has no effect if postponed more than 4 hours after the injury took place:
True.
False.
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Respiration while resting is normal if the frequency increases to more than 20 ventilations per minute:
True.
False.
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Shock and circulation failure are equivalent:
True.
False.
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Spillage of corrosive chemicals is poisonous and can also result in burns:
True.
False.
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Symptoms of serious head injury are unconsciousness, low pulse rate and high blood pressure:
True.
False.
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The brain of hypothermic patients will consume less oxygen than usual:
True.
False.
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The main goal of splinting is to render a pulling strain on the fractured bone ends, in order to prevent them from touching each over:
True.
False.
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The motor function and circulation distal to the fracture should always be assessed:
True.
False.
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The position and direction of entry and exit wounds will alert you to the likely extent of hidden injury, and to the degree of shock that may ensue:
True.
False.
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The red blood cells are responsible for the transportation of oxygen:
True.
False.
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The respiration system of a person suffering from flame burns is very exposed to damage:
True.
False.
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The respiration system, above all, reacts to carbon dioxide levels in the blood:
True.
False.
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The walls in the blood vessels are completely resistant to diffusion:
True.
False.
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There are, at least, four distinct signs of fracture:
True.
False.
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There is nothing more you can do to prevent food poisoning, than ensure that frozen poultry and meat are fully defrosted before it is cooked. Cook meat, poultry, fish, and eggs thoroughly to kill harmful bacteria. Never keep food lukewarm for long periods; bacteria can multiply without obvious signs of spoilage:
True.
False.
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To protect a burn injury, we should never remove the patients clothing:
True.
False.
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To render correct first aid one should be certain that there is a fracture before treating the patient:
True.
False.
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Visible shortening of a limb is not necessarily a sign of a fracture:
True.
False.
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We have 3 circulatory systems for blood transportation:
True.
False.
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What is the most important treatment concerning a foreign body in the eye?
Rinsing of the eye.
Local anaesthetic.
Wring the eye-lid to prevent blinking.
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What is the most serious damage to the tissue concerning damage by pressure?
Pain and discolouring.
Dirt in the wound.
Increasing pressure and developing oedema.
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When an ambulance or more qualified personnel arrives at the scene, there is no need to tell them about the poisonous chemical inhaled since they will find out themselves:
True.
False.
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When dealing with a heat stroke your aims are to lower the casualty’s body temperature as quickly as possible, and to arrange removal of the casualty to hospital. Do NOT use iced water as they may constrict blood vessels:
True.
False.
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When performing C-P-R it is advisable to elevate the patient’s legs to secure sufficient blood to the chest and head:
True.
False.
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When there is an electrical burn there is a great danger of internal injuries:
True.
False.
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When treating an injury obtained by falling, it is of great importance to check the motor function in the extremities:
True.
False.
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When we deal with food poisoning your aims are to encourage the casualty to rest, to seek medical advice or aid, and to give the casualty plenty of bland fluids to drink:
True.
False.
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You can threat a person with heat exhaustion by giving him salt and water:
True.
False.
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You should always wash your hands before preparing food. Wear protective gloves or waterproof plasters if you have cuts on your hands:
True.
False.
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You should not supply oxygen when resuscitating, as this will only disturb the treatment. It is however important to do so immediately after the resuscitation has ended:
True.
False.
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You should only use double nose catheters when treating two patients on one oxygen bottle:
True.
False.
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You should terminate resuscitation after 15 minutes:
True.
False.
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Your aims are to maintain the airway, breathing and circulation, to remove any contaminated clothing, to identify the poison and to obtain medical aid:
True.
False.
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