When treating a casualty with an open head wound in a chemical environment,
a. Remove the casualty's protective gear, dress the wound, and replace the
b. Repair any damage to the protective gear and not dress the wound until the
"all clear" has been given.
You are applying a field dressing to a casualty with an open head wound on the
top of his head. Where should you tie the tails in a non-slip knot?
a. On top of the casualty's head, directly over the wound.
b. On the side of the casualty's head.
Under the casualty's chin.
You have to leave a casualty who has an open wound on the right side of his
head. The casualty is drowsy and cannot sit up. How should you position the
a. On his back with his feet elevated.
b. On his back with his head raised.
On his left side.
d. On his right side.
A soldier has suffered a blow to the head. He is conscious and does not have
any fractures or open wounds. He does, however, have some bloody fluid
draining from his left ear. What should you do?
a. Cover the left ear with a field dressing.
b. Apply a pressure dressing to the left ear.
Position the casualty on his left side to promote the drainage. No dressing is