A dry mouth, rapid pulse, lack of coordination, mental confusion, and
hallucinations are indications that a(n) ________________ agent is being used.
a. Blister agent.
b. Blood agent.
d. Incapacitating agent.
Which is the order of treatment for a blister agent casualty?
a. Decontaminate, irrigate, and mask.
b. Mask, irrigate, and decontaminate.
Irrigate, mask, and decontaminate.
A soldier was exposed to a vomiting agent before he masked. After a few
minutes, he states that his mask must be defective because he is starting to get
sick at his stomach. What should you do?
a. Tell him to remove the mask since it is not working.
b. Trade masks with the soldier so you can evaluate the effectiveness of his
Tell him to keep his mask on until he needs to vomit. After he vomits, he
should not put the mask back on.
d. Tell him to keep his mask on. If he must vomit, he should lift the mask, vomit,
and replace the mask.