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Symptoms of pre-agonal state

Test 1

In the course of Life Safety

 

 

The definition of harmful factors. Harmful factors are disabling effects

1) the impact of which in certain circumstances leads to disease and work decrement;

2) the impact of which in certain circumstances leads to injuries, rapid deterioration of health and death;

3) the impact of which in certain circumstances leads to injuries, rapid deterioration of health;

4) the impact of which in certain circumstances leads to injuries and rapid deterioration of health.

 

2. Corpuscular radiation includes:

1) ultraviolet radiation, X-ray radiation, γ -ray radiation;

2) particle fluxes, α -ray radiation, β -ray radiation;

3) α -ray radiation, β -ray radiation, γ -ray radiation;

4) particle fluxes, α -ray radiation, β -ray radiation, γ -ray radiation.

 

Premedical first aid is

1) a set of medical measures taken to treat a sick or injured person in a medical centre;

2) a set of medical measures taken to treat a sick or injured person at the accident scene;

3) a set of medical measures taken to treat a sick or injured person during his/ her transportation to a medical centre;

4) a set of urgent medical measures taken to treat a suddenly seized with sickness or injured person at the accident scene and during his/her transportation to a medical centre.

 

An emergency situation is

1) the violation of normal conditions of people’s life and activity on-site or on the territory, caused by a failure, an accident, a natural disaster or other dangerous event, which has led (can lead) to deaths and/or considerable material losses;

2) the violation of normal conditions of people’s life and activity on-site caused by a failure or an accident, which has led to deaths and/or considerable material losses;

3) the violation of normal conditions of life on the territory, caused by a natural disaster or other dangerous event which has led (can lead) to deaths and/or considerable material losses;

4) the violation of normal conditions of people’s activity on the territory caused by a failure, an accident, a natural disaster or other dangerous event which can lead to deaths and/or considerable material losses.


TEST 2

In the course of Life Safety

 

Definition of hazards. Hazards are disabling factors

1). the effect of which, under certain conditions, results in injuries, the sharp deterioration of health, death.

2). the effect of which, under certain conditions, leads to disease and reduced working ability.

3). the effect of which, under certain conditions, leads to disease.

4). the effect of which, under certain conditions, leads to reduces working ability.

Electromagnetic radiation includes

1). particle fluxes, α - radiation, β - radiation.

2). particle fluxes, α - radiation, β - radiation, γ - radiation.



3). α - radiation, β - radiation, γ - radiation.

4). ultraviolet radiation, X-ray radiation, γ - radiation.

 

Symptoms of pre-agonal state

1). unconsciousness; rapid respiratory failure; severe disturbance of cardiac function; pulse barely detectable on the carotid arteries; heart sounds are sharply muted.

2). obscure or perplexed consciousness; weak breathing; acrocyanosis;, thready pulse, excessive or not detectable at all; blood pressure can not be defined.

3). unconsciousness, rapid respiratory failure; acrocyanosis; thready pulse, excessive or not detectable at all; blood pressure can not be defined.

4). obscure or perplexed consciousness; weak breathing; rapid heart function failure; pulse barely detectable on the carotid arteries.

 


Date: 2015-12-17; view: 393


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