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1. When checking an ill or injured person who is breathing, what is the next step? Your Answer: Open the airway by tilting the head Incorrect Correct Answer is: Place the ill or injured in the recovery position The recovery position will help the airway to remain open and clear (in case they vomit). 2. Why is early CPR important in a Cardiac Chain of Survival? Your Answer: It prevents a full heart attack Incorrect Correct Answer is: It helps to circulate blood that contains oxygen to the vital organs Circulating the blood to supply oxygen to vital organs is most important in the Cardiac Chain of Survival. Performing CPR until an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) is ready to use or advanced medical personnel arrive is the best for a heart attack victim. 3. The three year training program for doctors of massage during the T'ang dynasty (619-907 AD) trained doctors to treat what kind of pathologies? Your Answer: Dermatology Incorrect Correct Answer is: Treatments for fractures, diseases, injuries, and wounds Treatments for fractures, diseases, injuries, and wounds were cared for by doctors of massage during the T'ang dynasty (619-907 AD). They combined their treatments with postural exercise and breathing. 4. In 129-199 AD Rome, 16 books on frictions and gymnastics that described the pressure, direction, and frequency of treatment were written by: Your Answer: Buddha Incorrect Correct Answer is: Galen of Rome Galen of Rome wrote 16 books on frictions (massage) and gymnastics (remedial exercise) that described the pressure, direction, and frequency of treatment in 129-199 AD. 5. Elizabeth Dicke of Germany developed what technique in 1929? Your Answer: Connective tissue massage Correct Elizabeth Dicke of Germany developed Connective Tissue Massage (CTM) or Connective Tissue Therapy (CTT) in 1929. 6. When a person is seriously injured, you can cause additional injury and pain and complicate the persons recovery if you: Your Answer: Don't know CPR Incorrect Correct Answer is: Move the injured Moving a seriously injured person is only allowed if you are faced with immediate danger, or you need to get to another

more seriously injured person or you need movement to provide proper care. 7. The American Association of Masseurs and Masseuses was formed in what year? Your Answer: 1894 Incorrect Correct Answer is: 1943 The American Association of Masseurs and Masseuses was formed in 1943. It is now known as the AMTA American Massage Therapy Association. 8. Romans used massage for both the rich and poor for drawing circulation and warmth to the skin using what tools? Your Answer: Hands and elongated stones Incorrect Correct Answer is: Hands, different cloth textures, bone, and wood instruments Romans used massage for drawing circulation and warmth to the skin with hands, different cloth textures, bone, and wood instruments. Strigils are curved instruments and ferrules are straight. 9. In CPR, what are the three C's? Your Answer: Care-Call-Check Incorrect Correct Answer is: Check-Call-Care The three C's: Check-Call-Care. Check the scene for potential danger, call for help, and then help the person in need of care. 10. You are working outside with a group of people on a hot, humid day. You notice some of your co-workers are sitting down exhausted. They do not look well, who will you help first? Your Answer: The co-worker that has hot, red, dry skin and does not respond when you ask how he is feeling Correct Heat stroke: the body's systems have become overwhelmed by heat and stop functioning LIFE THREATENING (red, hot, dry skin with changes in level of consciousness and vomiting). Heat exhaustion: an early indicator that the body's cooling system is getting overwhelmed (cool, moist, pale, ashen or flushed skin and heavy sweating).