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31 4-35. For which, if any, of the following reasons should a frostbite injury remain frozen? 1. To minimize the severity of pain 2. Where there is a possibility of refreezing 3. To prevent shock 4. Never. Frostbite should always be rewarmed as quickly as possible 4-36. Which of the following is/are a recommended step(s) in treating deep frostbite? 1. Slowly rewarm frozen areas 2. Break blisters to speed healing 3. Gently rub injured areas to promote blood circulation 4. Comfort victim with hot tea or coffee 4-37. A Corpsman may administer morphine to which of the following patients? 1. With a head injury 2. In shock 3. With burns from inhaled chemicals 4. Hemorrhaging 4-38. Reversal of a syncopal episode can often be accomplished by what action? 1. Sitting with the head between the knees 2. Sitting upright 3. Lying down with the head and shoulders slightly elevated 4. Lying down in the reverse shock position 4-39. Which of the following methods is the quickest and easiest way of determining if an unconscious person is a diabetic? 1. Check for signs of ketoacidosis 2. Determine blood sugar levels 3. Look for signs of insulin use 4. Search for a Medic Alert tag, bracelet, or card 4-40. Of the following actions, which is the immediate treatment for insulin shock? 1. Administer an injection of insulin 2. Place sugar under the victim’s tongue 3. Start an intravenous solution of normal saline 4. Administer oxygen 4-41. In addition to monitoring vital signs and making the patient comfortable, treatment for a stroke includes which of the following procedures? 1. Administering analgesics to relieve pain 2. Giving oxygen therapy 3. Giving a rapid infusion of a 5 percent dextrose solution 4. Giving a 0.3cc injection of epinephrine for vasoconstriction 4-42. Initial first aid treatment for an attack of angina pectoris includes reassurance, monitoring of vital signs, and 1. initiating CPR 2. giving sublingual nitroglycerin 3. advise the patient to return to duty when pain abates 4. giving a 0.3cc of epinephrine IM to increase heart rate 4-43. First aid treatment for acute myocardial infarction without cardiac arrest includes all of the following EXCEPT 1. giving oxygen therapy 2. monitoring vital signs 3. starting an intravenous infusion of only normal saline 4. transporting to a medical treatment facility


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