a. Carotid, facial, and ulnar
b. Carotid, temporal, and brachial
c. Occipital, radial, and tibial
d. Temporal, subclavian, and femoral
22. How can you determine that bleeding is from a ruptured or severed artery?
a. The blood comes out foamy and is brownish.
b. The blood oozes out slowly and sluggishly.
c. The blood comes out in spurts and is bright red.
d. The blood contains tiny particles of the blood vessel.
23. Whenever the victim of an accident coughs up blood, he is probably suffering from
a. capillary bleeding.
c. internal bleeding.
b. arterial bleeding.
d. venous bleeding.
24. What pressure point is one of several that will stem serious bleeding in the lower part of the leg?
25. What does the proper treatment of minor cuts consist of?
a. Applying a tourniquet at a pressure point between the wound and the heart
b. Letting the blood flow and coagulate naturally
c. Applying an adhesive compress over the wound
d. Cleansing and protecting the wound
CHECK YOUR ANSWERS WITH LESSON SOLUTIONS ON PAGES 39 AND 40.