You and another soldier are going to remove an electrical wire from a soldier
lying on top of the wire. Which of the following should you use to move the wire?
a. A metal pole.
b. A wooden pole.
Look for entry and exit wounds if the casualty has a(n)
Which of the following burns can properly be covered with mud?
a. Electrical burn.
b. Radiant energy burn.
d. White phosphorus burn.
Which of the following is a proper treatment for a soldier who was exposed to a
laser beam, but who has suffered no damage to the cornea?
a. Apply antibiotic ointment to the injured eye.
b. Cover the casualty's eyes with bandages even if he needs his vision to
perform critical combat duties.
Keep the casualty out of bright sunlight.
d. Tell the soldier to close his eyes and squeeze his eyelids as tight as possible.
A soldier has suffered third-degree burns over most of his arm. Should you
immerse the arm in water from a lake to help reduce the excess heat in the arm?
a. Yes, but not for more than 15 minutes.
b. No, the danger of infection is too great.