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Question 1: Also see ________ if immediate emergency help is unavailable.
EpinephrineWilderness first aidAltitude sicknessSnakebite

Question 2: The opposite scenario was known from the ________ in which wounded U.S. soldiers were usually quickly airlifted from the battlefield, kept warm and given aggressive medical treatment.
Vietnam WarKorean WarCentral Intelligence AgencyCold War

Question 3: For instance, in cold and barren areas, as around the ________, the risk that wounds become infected is smaller compared with warm and humid environments, as in the rainforests of Vietnam.
Cayman IslandsBermudaFalkland IslandsAnguilla

Question 4: For example in the Falklands War the British military lost most of their helicopter support when the Atlantic Conveyor was sunk by an Argentine ________, resulting in no fast way to evacuate the wounded from the battlefield.
EgyptExocetCyprusFrance

Question 5: The appropriate first aid for a trauma patient is to immediately ________ using the emergency medical service, then treat for shock.
Morse codeSOSDistress signalCQD

Question 6: A trauma patient is someone who has suffered serious and life-threatening physical injury with the potential for secondary complications such as shock, respiratory failure and ________.
ImmortalityBurialDeathDeath and culture

Question 7: The immediate deaths are often due to apnea, severe ________ or high spinal cord injury, or rupture of the heart or large blood vessels.
Nervous systemDigestionSensory systemBrain

Question 8: Trauma patients may require specialized care, including surgery and ________, within the so-called golden hour of emergency medicine, the first sixty minutes after trauma occurs.
Blood donationIntraoperative blood salvageBlood transfusionTransfusion reaction

Question 9: The early deaths occur within minutes to hours and are often due to a subdural hematoma, ________, hemothorax, pneumothorax, ruptured spleen, liver laceration, or pelvic fractures.
Subarachnoid hemorrhageEpidural hematomaCerebral hemorrhageIntracranial hemorrhage







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