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You arrive at the scene of a car crash. A passenger is bleeding heavily from an arm wound. How should the arm be treated if it’s clear that there are no objects in the wound? You arrive at the scene of a car crash. A passenger is bleeding heavily from an arm wound. How should the arm be treated if it’s clear that there are no objects in the wound?

  • Possible answers:

     
  • A. Keep the arm low and allow the blood flow to stop naturally

  • B. Rub the wound in a circular motion

  • C. Get them to swing their arm briskly up and down

  • D. Apply firm pressure to the area and raise the arm

 
 

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