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Unexplained redness of the face.
c. An injured victim who is intoxicated.
d. Tingling in the hands or feet.
3. What is the first step in assessing a victim for head and spinal injuries?a. Check the neck for deformity, swelling and pain.
b. Check the victim’s head.
c. Touch the victim’s fingers and ask the victim if the sensation feels normal. d. Touch the victim’s toes and ask the victim if the sensation feels normal.
4. What is the first step in caring for a responsive victim with signs and symptoms of a brain injury?
a. Call 9-1-1 and monitor the victim’s condition until help arrives. b. Have the victim lie down.
c. Keep the victim still and protect him or her from becoming chilled or overheated. d. Support the head and neck if you suspect a spinal injury. 5. What is the first step in caring for an unresponsive victim with signs and symptoms of a brain injury?

a. Call 9-1-1.
b. Check the victim’s breathing.
c. Control serious bleeding and cover any wounds with a dressing. d. Move the victim into the recovery position.

6. You have a responsive victim with signs and symptoms of a head injury. How should you perform spinal motion restriction?
a. Apply a splint straight up along the victim’s spine.
b. Hold the victim’s head with both hands to prevent movement of neck or spine. c. Ask the victim not to move.
d. Move the victim into the recovery position.

7. You need to perform a log roll on a victim with a spinal injury. What is the first step?
a. Hold the victim’s head with your hands over the victim’s ears. b. Keep the legs, hips, back, neck and head aligned.
c. Support the victim’s head in the new side position.
d. The first aider at the victim’s head directs other rescuers to roll the victim.
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