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You are on a transcontinental flight when the flight attendants ask you to help with one of their passengers who has a bloody nose. They can’t get it to stop.
What is the best way to stop epistaxis?
You are working for a remote site in the Middle East. Due to restrictions, the host nation refuses to allow any narcotics or strong pain medications.
Your site foreman comes into your clinic with a twisted ankle. He says that he does this every few months. You splint the injury and are getting ready to release him back to his office to work when he asks you for ‘something for the 5/10 pain’
What over the counter medications can you give him that will address his 5/10 pain?
What is the maximum amount of fluid that is given orally that will not be immediately urinated out?
What is the best way to
treat a burn?
What is the best way to make sure that your
casualty is completely hydrated?
Whilst working in a resource-poor environment, what are the best requirements for the qSofa score in order to diagnose that a casualty is, in fact, in a state of shock?
You are working in Yemen for a relief organisation when one of your casualties who has been in your clinic for the last 18 hours is now showing signs of blood in the diarrhoea.
What treatment do you do?
You are working as a remote medic for a university group doing archaeological research in Uganda. It is a group of fifteen graduate students ranging in age from 22 to 32 years of age.
One of your group comes up to you and says that they do not feel well after falling from a tree earlier in the day. She says that she feels pain on the very top of her left shoulder. Your examination shows no bruising or point tenderness and you cannot find any injury to the shoulder.
What injury would this be?
You are working on the Burma border next to Mae Sot, Thailand. You are treating Burmese refugees who are being refused treatment from the authorities.
One of the elders of the village comes to you with an infected leg wound that is several days old. You have no medical equipment. How do you treat this injury?
You are working as medical cover for a safari in South Africa. One of your group members comes to you in the middle of the night complaining of fever “gas-like” pain in her lower left belly.
You immediately do a Rapid Diagnostic Test for Malaria even though you know that you are not in an endemic area for that disease. The results come back as negative for p. Falciparum and p. Vivax.
Next, you do a pregnancy test on her which also comes back negative. She denies any sexual contact but agrees to the test anyway.
What is your next diagnosis?
You are working as Remote Medic in Papua New Guinea for a petrol chemical site. You have three weeks into your rotation when one of your 56-year-old pipe fitters comes to you in the middle of the night complaining of back pain.
What tests do you order and why?
What does the ‘N’ in HITMAN stand for? What do you look for during that part of your prolonged field care?
During the 10 essential capabilities of Prolonged Field Care, there is a minimum, better best option for patient monitoring. What is the best option for patient monitoring?
What kit is included in the ‘ICU in a RUCK?’
Which of the following is NOT a Rapid Diagnostic Test?
You take a urinalysis test on your casualty. What could be wrong with your casualty if he presents with these results?
You are working on the cruise lines and one of your passengers comes up to you with pain located in the picture below. What is the cause of her headache?