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Please read each question and select your answer from the choices provided. You must complete all of the questions in order to view your results. At the end of each exam, you have the option to e-mail your results to your instructor.


1:  The amount of time from the onset of the accident or injury to definitive treatment is referred to as the:
A: golden hour.
B: platinum minutes.
C: initial response.
D: trauma time differential.

2:  All of these are indications to call for air transport EXCEPT:
A: prolonged extrication time.
B: close proximity to the hospital.
C: a mass casualty incident.
D: the need for a specialty center.

3:  Which of these items would most likely cause a blunt traumatic injury?
A: Knife
B: Handgun
C: Baseball bat
D: Hand grenade

4:  The most common injury sustained in a rear-end collision is to the:
A: head and neck.
B: pelvis.
C: femurs.
D: torso.

5:  The second collision in a motor vehicle crash occurs when:
A: the car collides with another object.
B: the interior of the car collides with the exterior.
C: the passenger collides with the interior of the car.
D: the passenger's internal organs collide with the solid structures of the body.

6:  A bent steering wheel usually indicates what kind of injury?
A: Head injury
B: Chest injury
C: Abdominal injury
D: Pelvic injury

7:  What level of trauma center provides the greatest range of care?
A: Level I
B: Level II
C: Level III
D: Level IV

8:  A knife wound is an example of what type of penetrating trauma?
A: Medium velocity
B: High pressure
C: Variable energy
D: Low energy

9:  A fall is considered significant when it is from what height?
A: Two times the patient's own height
B: Three times the patient's own height
C: Greater than 12 feet
D: More than 6 feet

10:  Which phase of a blast injury can cause death with the absence of any outward signs of injury?
A: Ignition phase
B: Secondary phase
C: Tertiary phase
D: Primary phase

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