HLTAID002 online assessment STEP ONE - questions NEW Step 1 of 9 - Registration 11% Register to beginHLTAID002 Provide Emergency Life Support Your assessment is divided into sections. Each section consists of a page of questions to be completed. You are unable to continue to the next section until all questions in a section have been answered correctly. Once successfully completed, you will be emailed a certificate of completion to the email address you submit below. This certificate must be taken with you to your training course to be validated by your trainer. Name* First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Unique Student Identifer required All learners undertaking Nationally Recognised Training are required to have a Unique student Identifier (USI) issued by the Australian Government's Department of Industry. If you do not have a USI you will need to go www.usi.gov.au now using this link and create one. (The USI website will open in a new window and allow you to obtain a USI, then continue your assessment.) Unique Student Identifier (USI)*10 digit number requiredI confirm that in completing this online assessment I am doing so as the above named, without assistance* Acknowledged Section One - General Questions1. Your FIRST action at an emergency is to:*A. Send for help - call 000B. Assess for Danger to yourself, bystanders and the patientC. Check the AirwayD. Check for BreathingIncorrect, please try again. Correct. 2. In the event of an emergency, the number to call is?*A. 911B. 111C. 000D. 999Incorrect, please try again.Correct. 3 In the event of a serious emergency and providing it is safe to do so, you should attempt to assist as best you can within your skills and limitations.*A. TrueB. FalseIncorrect, please try again. Correct. 4. Which of the following conditions has first priority?*A. A young patient with a suspected fractureB. An elderly patient with chest painC. A middle aged patient with a deep cut to her armD. An unconscious patient lying on his backIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 5. When managing a patient you must:*A. Be culturally aware and sensitiveB. Communicate gently and in a respectful mannerC. Be understanding, calm and reassuringD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 6. Emergencies can often result in emotional stress, trauma, anxiety and distress. What is the best method of debriefing if you are not coping after an incident?*A. Talking in confidence with a counsellor or doctorB. Dismissing the thoughts and allowing time to healC. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again. Correct. 7. A designated first aider in their workplace has a duty of care to provide assistance in the event of an emergency or illness / injury in that workplace.*A. TrueB. FalseC. SometimesIncorrect, please try again. Correct. 8.Which precautions can reduce the risk of cross infection when providing first aid?*A. Using a resuscitation mask or face shieldB. being aware of blood and bodily fluidsC. Wearing disposable glovesD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again. Correct. 9. All patient first aid records in the workplace are to be kept confidential and secure unless requested by a legal authority, the patient or an authorised person in the workplace.*A. TrueB. FalseIncorrect, please try again. Correct. 10. Which of the following questions should you be prepared to answer when calling for help (000)?*A. What is the exact location of the emergency?B. What is the phone number you are calling from?C. Is the patient conscious? Is the patient breathing?D. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again. Correct. Section Two - Resuscitation / Cardiac Arrest11. You should commence CPR when a patient is:*A. Unconscious, Not Responding, Not Breathing Normally, Not MovingB. Unconscious, Breathing Normally, Not Responding, Not MovingC. Conscious, Responding. Breathing Normally, MovingD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 12. The recovery position is life saving because it helps maintain a clear and open airway by:*A. Causing the jaw and tongue to fall forwardB. Allowing blood, vomit or other fluid to drain, thereby minimising the risk of airway obstructionC. Reducing the risk of inhaling foreign materialD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 13. The 4 steps in the chain of survival are:*A. Early Recognition, Early Defibrillation, Early Ambulance, Early Hospital AssistanceB. Early Defibrillation, Early CPR, Early Ambulance Response, Early Medical TreatmentC. Early Recognition, Early CPR, Early Defibrillation, Early Advanced Life SupportIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 14. A first aider must commence chest compressions if the patient is unconscious and not breathing normally. The point of compression for all age groups is in the centre of the chest.*A. TrueB. FalseIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 15. An unconscious patient who is not breathing normally is considered to be in cardiac arrest.*A. FalseB. TrueIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 16. What is the correct CPR ratio?*A. 30 breaths to 2 compressionsB. 30 compressions to 30 breathsC. 30 compressions to 2 breathsIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 17. To open the airway of a child or adult, you must apply:*A. Backward head tiltB. Chin liftC. A combination of backward head tilt and chin liftIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 18. When applying an AED, it is important that the electrodes (pads) are placed on the patient’s chest according to the diagrams.*A. TrueB. FalseC. Not importantIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 19. A man is unconscious and is breathing? You position him:*A. On his backB. On his side (recovery position)C. On his back with the legs raisedD. On his back with the head turned to the sideIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 20. When do I stop resuscitation?*A. If the patient responds or begins breathing normallyB. If ambulance or medical assistance arrives and takes overC. If you are physically or emotionally unable to continueD. Any of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. Section Three - Choking21. The Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that CPR be updated:*A. every 5 yearsB. every 12 monthsC. every 3 yearsD. as requiredIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 22. Patient consent should be obtained before providing first aid.*A. TrueB. FalseIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 23. A middle-aged man suddenly becomes distressed. He appears to be choking and points to his throat. He cannot speak and his face is turning blue. You should:*A. Reassure him and offer him a glass of waterB. Encourage him to cough to help dislodge the obstructionC. Begin CPRD. Lean him forward and give up to 5 back blows between the shoulder blades followed by 5 chest thrustsIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 24. For a person who is coughing and appears to be choking, you should:*A. Encourage the patient to cough to help dislodge the obstructionB. Apply sharp back blows to help dislodge the obstructionC. Apply abdominal thrusts to help dislodge the obstructionIncorrect, please try again.Correct. Section Four - Bleeding / Wounds / Shock25. What are some of the signs and symptoms of shock?*A. Cold, pale sweaty skin. Rapid breathingB. Anxiety, restlessness and confusionC. Drowsiness and possible unconsciousnessD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 26. What is the best position for a conscious patient suffering from shock?*A. Sitting upB. In the recovery positionC. Standing upD. In a position of comfort, ideally lying down.Incorrect, please try again.Correct. 27. What is the correct method when caring for an amputated body part?*A. Place the amputated part directly in iceB. Place the amputated part directly in chilled waterC. Wrap the amputated part in a piece of clean material and seal in a plastic bag then place the bag in cool water and add ice if possible.D. Place the amputated part in a refrigeratorIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 28. If you are accidentally injured by a needle (needle stick injury). You need to:*A. Wash the area thoroughly with soap and water (a mild antiseptic is also recommended)B. Apply a clean, preferably sterile adhesive dressing to the areaC. Obtain advice from a doctor as soon as possibleD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 29. An employee is holding his arm and you notice a piece of metal embedded. You need to:*A. Apply pressure bandage on the objectB. Build up padding around the objectC. Use tweezers to remove the objectD. Flush the wound with water and bandageIncorrect, please try again.Correct. Section 5 - Asthma30. What are the main factors that cause the airways to narrow?*A. The muscle around the airway tightens (bronchial constriction)B. The inside lining of the airways becomes swollen (inflammation)C. Extra mucus (sticky fluid) may be producedD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 31. Ventolin is a reliever medication and is used in an asthma emergency because:*A. It relaxes the smooth muscles around the airwaysB. It lowers the heart rateC. It is an effective pain relieverIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 32. A patient with asthma should be managed:*A. Sitting upright, leaning forward to assist with breathingB. In the Recovery PositionC. On their backIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 33. To correctly and effectively administer Asthma reliever medication you:*A. Give 2 separate puffs followed by 2 breaths and wait 2 minutesB. Give 2 separate puffs followed by 4 breaths and wait 4 minutesC. Give 4 separate puffs with 4 breaths per puff and wait 4 minutesD. Give 1 separate puff followed by 1 breath and wait 4 minutesIncorrect, please try again.Correct. Section Six - Allergic Reacion34. An allergic reaction develops into anaphylaxsis when the:*A. Respiratory system and / or cardiovascular system is involvedB. Nervous system is involvedC. Musculoskeletal system is involvedIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 35. The first aid management of anaphylaxsis includes:*A. Calling for help / 000 and reassuring the patientB. Giving an adrenaline auto injector eg EpiPen / AnaPenC. Being prepared to commence CPR if patient stops breathingD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 36. Which of the following is associated with an Allergic / Anaphylactic reaction?*A. Nausea / VomitingB. Skin Redness / ItchinessC. Breathing difficulty / Chest tightnessD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. Section Seven - Stroke37. A stroke (also known as cerebro-vascular accident) occurs when the blood supply is disrupted to the:*A. BrainB. HeartC. LungsCorrect. Incorrect, please try again.38. F.A.S.T. is an easy way to remember the most common signs of stroke. FAST stands for:*A. First Aid, Airway, Send for Help, TongueB. Face, Arm, Speech, TimeC. Faint, Allergy, Shock, Transient Ischaemic AttackIncorrect, please try again.Correct. Section Eight - Heart Conditions39. Signs and symptoms of a heart attack may include:*A. Heavy pain in the chest / sometimes radiatingB. Fatigue / DizzinessC. Nausea / VomitingD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 40. A man with a history of angina has chest pain. He has taken two doses of his medication however after 10 minutes of rest, the pain persists. What should you do?*A. Closely monitor his progressB. Reassure the patientC. Call an ambulanceD. All of the aboveIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 41. To manage a suspected heart attack, the best position to have the patient is:*A. In the recovery positionB. In a position of comfort, generally sitting upright, supported and leaning forwardC. Walk around to help reduce the painD. Lie on their backIncorrect, please try again.Correct. 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