A soldier has been stung by an urticating caterpillar. Which of the following is
usually the best method of removing the spines from the skin?
a. Aggressively scrub the sting site with hot, soapy water.
b. Use tweezers to grasp the spines as close to the casualty's skin as possible
and pull straight out.
Gently scrape the spines with a knife blade,
d. Press some adhesive tape over the spines and lift.
Diphenhydramine hydrochloride can be administered for a chigger bite to control:
a. Anaphylactic shock.
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