You are working at a medical treatment facility. An unconscious casualty with a
field medical card reaches your facility. The medical officer asks you how much
time elapsed from the time the soldier was shot until he first received medical
treatment. How can you determine this information?
a. Wait until the casualty regains consciousness and question him about the
injury and his treatment.
b. Determine the time difference between Block 13 and Block 18 of the FMC.
Obtain the information from Block 19 of the FMC.
d. Obtain the information from Block 20 of the FMC.
You are assigned to an aid station. A soldier with a minor wound is treated and
returned to duty (outpatient, CRO). You initiated a field medical card on the
casualty. What do you do with the form?
a. Destroy the form since the casualty is not to be evacuated.
b. Forward the form to higher headquarters.
Use the wire on the original form to attach the form to the casualty's clothing.
d. Have the casualty carry the duplicate copy back to the combat medic assigned
to his unit.
You are treating a casualty while the casualty is being evacuated. You have used
up the space in Block 32, but still need to record additional information. You
a. Continue your entries in Block 20 of the card.
b. Continue your entries in Block 30d of the card.
Continue your entries in Block 32 of the duplicate copy of the card.
d. Enter the casualty's identification on another field medical card, write "FMC
number two" in the upper right hand corner of the card, and continue your