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1

Under Part 121, an emergency medical kit (EMK)

A. must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 180 minutes.
B. must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 160 minutes.
C. must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 120 minutes.
D. must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 340 minutes.

C. must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 120 minutes

2

Which of the following is a rule for emergency medical kits (EMKs) according to Part 121?

A. EMKs are not required to meet the requirements of the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1977, when carrying narcotics.
B. The EMK’s location must be marked on the outside of any compartment containing the kit.
C. EMKs are required to meet the requirements of the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1977, when not carrying narcotics.
D. The EMK’s location must be marked on the outside of any compartment containing the kit for use by the general flying public.

B. The EMK’s location must be marked on the outside of any compartment containing the kit

3

CPR usually includes ______ ______ and rescue ______ The goal is to encourage ______ and _______

A. heart compressions; massage; circulation; oxygenation.
B. chest compressions; breathing; circulation; oxygenation.
C. chest compressions; breathing; warmth; oxygenation.
D. heart compressions; massage; circulation; warmth.

B. chest compressions; breathing; circulation; oxygenation

4

Which of the following is the BEST definition of cardiac arrest?

A. The heart has stopped pumping blood around a person’s body.
B. The heart has stopped pumping blood around a person’s body, and it is always fatal.
C. A person has a heart attack, and blood is pushed to the brain.
D. The heart pumps blood too fast around a person’s body.

A. The heart has stopped pumping blood around a person’s body

5

When performing CPR, people should perform chest compressions at

A. an adequate rate (at least 100 per minute) and an adequate depth (adults at least 5 cm, small children 5 cm, and small infants 4 cm).
B. an adequate rate (at least 300 per minute) and an adequate depth (adults at least 5 cm, small children 5 cm, and small infants 4 cm).
C. an adequate rate (at least 200 per minute) and an adequate depth (adults at least 8 cm, small children 3 cm, and small infants 1 cm).
D. an adequate rate (at least 60 per minute) and an adequate depth (adults at least 2 cm, small children 1 cm, and small infants 0.5 cm).

A. an adequate rate (at least 100 per minute) and an adequate depth (adults at least 5 cm, small children 5 cm, and small infants 4 cm)

6

Which of the following is a rule for emergency medical kits (EMKs) according to Part 121?

A. They must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 340 minutes.
B. They must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 120 minutes.
C. They must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 180 minutes.
D. They must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 160 minutes.

B. They must be installed in aeroplanes for flights of more than 120 minutes

7

Cardiac arrest occurs when

A. a person has a heart attack and blood is pushed to the brain.
B. the heart has stopped pumping blood around a person’s body, and it is always fatal.
C. the heart pumps blood too fast around a person’s body.
D. the heart has stopped pumping blood around a person’s body.

D. the heart has stopped pumping blood around a person’s body

8

Which of the following should you omit from a first aid kit according to the NZCAA?

A. painkillers (e.g. Panadol).
B. antiseptic solution.
C. hypoallergenic tape.
D. saline solution.

B. antiseptic solution

9

Which of the following statements is TRUE of CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)?

A. Always check the victim’s airway before proceeding.
B. Always check the victim’s airway, breathing, and circulation before proceeding.
C. It should be started as soon as possible, whether or not you have any doubt about the victim’s condition.
D. Always check the victim’s breathing before proceeding.

B. Always check the victim’s airway, breathing, and circulation before proceeding

10

Under Part 121, an emergency medical kit (EMK) shall

A. have its location marked on the outside of any compartment containing the kit for use by the general flying public.
B. be required to meet the requirements of the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1977, when not carrying narcotics.
C. have its location marked on the outside of any compartment containing the kit.
D. not be required to meet the requirements of the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1977, when carrying narcotics.

C. have its location marked on the outside of any compartment containing the kit

11

The NZCAA recommends that you do NOT include the following in a first aid kit:

A. antiseptic cream.
B. painkillers (e.g. Panadol).
C. saline solution.
D. hypoallergenic tape.

A. antiseptic cream

12

Which of the following mnemonic techniques can help with first aid memory recall?


B. DCBADRS
C. BOEDRS
D. AIRBDRS

A. DRSABCD