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Question 1 of 6
You’ve woken up today with a killer hangover after having a few too many last night. Luckily, you’re not working today and don’t have any other plans yet.
Which of the following do you choose to make the right call and ensure that you get back to your normal self again?Correct
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Question 2 of 6
Your young son/daughter has had a high fever for the past 5 days accompanied by vomiting. As they’ve been missing school and don’t seem to be getting better, you want to find a quick solution for them.
Which of the following do you choose to make the right call for them?Correct
Question 3 of 6
Your elderly neighbour suffers from high blood pressure problems and minor ailments, so you decide to check on them, as the weather is getting colder. They tell you that they’ve had a headache for the last 24 hours, which is a common symptom of high blood pressure.
Which of the following do you choose to ensure that you make the right call and get the best medical care?Correct
Question 4 of 6
You are waiting to catch the bus along with a group of other people, when suddenly, an elderly lady collapses and appears to be having a stroke. Some people have put the lady into the recovery position and are reassuring her.
Which of the following do you next decide to do in order to make the right call and get the best treatment for them?Correct
Question 5 of 6
You have woken up with an irritable rash on your face and neck, but feel otherwise healthy. You have plans to go out this evening and want to get it cleared up quickly, but don’t have any relevant medicine at home with you.
Which of the following options do you choose to make the right call?Correct
Question 6 of 6
You are at a friend’s house when they start to feel very unwell and complain of feeling dizzy and sick. It is late on a Friday night, so you know that their local GP Surgery won’t be open to see them and you don’t know what else to do. You are worried as you haven’t had anything to drink and aren’t sure what it could be, whilst your friend seems quite distressed.
Which of the following options do you choose to make the right call and ensure that your friend can get a medical assessment?Correct