After applying a field dressing to a bleeding wound on the casualty's
forearm, you should __________
the arm if the arm is not
When elevating a leg with a bleeding wound which has been dressed, you
a. Elevate the leg above the level of the casualty's heart by placing it on a pack.
b. Elevate the leg as high as possible.
When applying digital pressure to help control bleeding from a wound on an
extremity, you should apply pressure to the artery at a point:
a. Above the wound.
b. Below the wound.
Which of the following is applied with the intent of stopping all arterial blood flow
to the wound?
a. Field dressing.
b. Elevation of the limb.
d. None of the above.
A pressure dressing is usually:
a. Another field dressing applied on top of the first field dressing.
b. Another field dressing applied 2 to 4 inches above the first field dressing.
Folded material applied on top of the field dressing and secured by a cravat.