Section 3. Test tasks for medical support of civil defense activities

1) The federal civil defense services do not include the service:

a) medical service;

b) fire service;

c) veterinary service;

d) protection of cultural property.

2) The tasks of GO include:

a) warning the public about dangers;

b) evacuation of the population;

c) provision of shelters and personal protective equipment to the population;

d) all of the above.

3) The objects of civil defense do not include:

a) sanitary and washing points;

b) sanitary checkpoints;

c) stations for the disinfection of clothing and vehicles;

d) shelters and anti-radiation shelters.

4) The federal civil defense services do not include the service:

a) chemical protection;

b) protection of public order;

c) medical;

d) fire fighting.

5) The following items are not stored in specialized warehouses:

a) radiation and chemical reconnaissance devices;

b) personal protective equipment;

c) horse-drawn transport equipment;

d) means of dosimetric control.

6) Civil defense is organized on the territory of the Russian Federation according to:

a) on a territorial basis;

b) production feature;

c) to the regional sign;

d) territorial production feature.

7) The conduct of civil defense on the territory of the Russian Federation begins:

a) from the moment a state of war is declared;

b) in case of a threat of an emergency in peacetime;

c) when a state of emergency is declared in the country;

d) all of the above.

8) The management of civil defense in the Russian Federation is carried out by:

a) Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;

b) the government of the Russian Federation;

c) the President of the Russian Federation;

d) Deputy Minister of Defense.

9) The management of civil defense in the territories of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation is carried out by:

a) heads of executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation;

b) Commanders of military districts;

c) heads of regions of the Russian Federation;

d) heads of federal executive bodies of the Russian Federation.

10) Citizens of the Russian Federation, men aged:

a) from 18 to 50 years;

b) from 18 to 60 years;

c) from 18 to 55 years;

d) from 18 to 45 years old.

11) Citizens of the Russian Federation, women aged:

a) from 18 to 55 years;

b) from 18 to 50 years;

c) from 18 to 40 years;

d) from 18 to 60 years old.

12) In what mode does the civil defense system not operate?

a) the mode of daily activities;

b) high alert mode;

c) increased danger mode;

d) state of emergency.

13) MSGO includes:

a) leadership;

b) governing bodies;

c) institutions;

d) all of the above.

14) The head of the federal MSGO is:

a) the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation;

b) First Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation;

c) Minister of the Ministry of Emergency Situations;

d) First Deputy of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation.

15) The object formation of MSGO includes:

a) medical team;

b) hospital base;

c) sanitary post;

d) a team of specialized medical care.

16) The object formation of MSGO includes:

a) medical team;

b) sanitary squad;

c) mobile hospital;

d) hospital base.

17) Sanitary post consists of:

a) two sanitary combatants;

b) three sanitary combatants;

c) four sanitary combatants;

d) six sanitary combatants.

18) For 1 hour of work, a sanitary post can provide first aid:

a) 10 injured;

b) 20 affected;

c) 40 affected;

d) 50 injured.

19) The sanitary squad consists of:

a) 12 people;

b) 24 people;

c) 30 people;

d) 50 people.

20) How many units of sanitary squads are in the sanitary squad?

a) 2;

b) 3;

at 4;

d) 5.

21) The personnel of the sanitary squad in the focus of the lesion renders:

a) first aid;

b) first aid;

c) first aid;

d) qualified medical care.

22) The possibility of a sanitary squad for 1 hour of first aid:

a) 10 injured;

b) 30 affected;

c) 50 injured;

d) 100 affected.

23) For the formation, equipment and equipment of the sanitary squad are responsible:

a) health authorities;

b) the head physician of the medical facility;

c) the head of the facility;

d) the head of a military medical institution.

24) The following does not apply to MSHO territorial formations:

a) sanitary post;

b) medical team;

c) mobile hospital;

d) teams of specialized medical care.

25) The following does not apply to MSHO territorial units:

a) sanitary and epidemiological detachment;

b) sanitary and epidemiological team;

c) epidemiological intelligence group;

d) sanitary squad.

26) The Medical Detachment (MO) is designed to provide the population with:

a) first aid;

b) first and pre-medical aid;

c) qualified medical care;

d) specialized medical care.

27) The squad may include:

a) 10-15 doctors and 40-50 paramedical workers;

b) 6-8 doctors and 35-38 nurses;

c) 4-5 doctors and 20-25 paramedical workers;

d) 2-3 doctors and 10-15 paramedical workers.

28) As part of the medical team may work:

a) 1 sanitary squad;

b) 2 sanitary squads;

c) 3 sanitary squads;

d) Sanitary squads are not provided.

29) Possibilities of the medical unit to provide first aid to the population for 12 hours of work:

a) 200 injured;

b) 300 affected;

c) 500 injured;

d) 1000 affected.

30) The main purpose of the MSGO specialized medical care teams is:

a) provision of pre-medical medical care;

b) provision of first medical aid;

c) strengthening of MSGO healthcare facilities and their specialization;

d) first aid.

31) The MSGO specialized medical care team includes:

a) 1 doctor, 2 nurses, driver;

b) 2 doctors, 2 nurses, driver;

c) 2 doctors, 4 nurses, a driver;

d) 4 doctors, 4 nurses, a driver.

32) Capabilities of a specialized medical care team for 10 hours of work:

a) 2-4 surgical interventions;

b) 4-6 surgical interventions;

c) 6-8 surgical interventions;

d) 10-12 surgical interventions.

33) The composition of the toxic-therapeutic hospital does not include the department:

a) psycho-neurological;

b) toxicological;

c) therapeutic;

d) reception and evacuation.

34) The composition of the mobile infectious diseases hospital does not include the department:

a) receiving and diagnostic;

b) medical and diagnostic;

c) sorting and evacuation;

d) medical.

35) The MSGO epidemiological intelligence group does not include:

a) an epidemiologist;

b) bacteriologist;

c) assistant epidemiologist (laboratory assistant);

d) a chauffeur.

36) The epidemiological intelligence group is capable of examining the territory in 1 hour of work:

a) 2 km with the selection of 8 samples from environmental objects;

b) 4 km with the selection of 10 samples from environmental objects;

c) 8 km with the selection of 15 samples from environmental objects;

d) 10 km with the selection of 20 samples from environmental objects.

37) The damaging factor of a nuclear explosion is not:

a) blast wave;

b) light radiation;

c) penetrating radiation;

d) radioactive exposure.

38) Clinical factors of acute radiation sickness do not include the form:

a) bone marrow;

b) pulmonary;

c) intestinal;

d) cerebral;

39) According to the physiological effect on the body, toxic substances do not include:

a) nerve action;

b) suffocating action;

c) psychochemical action;

d) metabolic action.

40) According to the speed of the onset of the damaging effect of agents, there are:

a) delayed action;

b) immediate action;

c) slow-acting;

d) instant action.

41) Depending on the duration of the preservation of the damaging effect of lethal agents, there are:

a) extremely persistent;

b) unstable;

c) relatively unstable agents;

d) stable OV.

42) The following are not used as biological weapons:

a) bacteria;

b) viruses;

c) mushrooms;

d) microbes.

43) Ways of penetration of pathogens and toxins into the body can be:

a) intranasal;

b) transmural;

c) transmissive;

d) gastrointestinal.

44) Ways of penetration of pathogens and toxins into the body can be:

a) gastrointestinal;

b) contact;

c) transmural;

d) intranasal.

45) The main use of BO is not the following:

a) aerosol;

b) sabotage;

c) transmissive;

d) alimentary.

46) The losses of the population arising from the use of means of armed struggle do not include:

a) total losses;

b) sanitary losses;

c) temporary losses;

d) irretrievable losses.

47) In the structure of lesions, sanitary losses do not include:

a) combined;

b) multiple;

c) missing;

d) isolated.

48) The protective structure does not include:

a) asylum

b) anti-radiation shelter;

c) the simplest shelters;

d) trenches.

49) The main premises of the shelter do not include:

a) a sanitary unit;

b) premises for sheltering people;

c) medical center;

d) control room.

50) Ancillary premises of the shelter do not include:

a) electrical panel;

b) a sanitary unit;

c) medical center;

d) food warehouse.

51) In a shelter with a capacity of up to 150 people work:

a) 2 nurses;

b) 1 nurse and 2 orderlies;

c) 4 orderlies;

d) 1 doctor and 4 nurses.

52) In a shelter with a capacity of up to 600 people, work:

a) 2 nurses;

b) 1 nurse and 3 orderlies;

c) 4 orderlies;

d) 1 doctor and 4 nurses.

53) In a shelter with a capacity of more than 600 people work:

a) 2 nurses;

b) 1 nurse and 3 orderlies;

c) 1 doctor and 4 nurses;

d) 1 doctor and 4 orderlies in 1 shift.

54) The area of the medical center in the shelter is:

a) 6 m 2 ;

b) 9 m 2 ;

c) 12 m 2 ;

d) 15 m 2 .

55) Depending on the time and timing of the evacuation of the population can be:

a) urgent;

b) proactive;

c) immediate;

d) universal.

56) Depending on the time and timing of the evacuation of the population can be:

a) emergency;

b) urgent;

c) immediate;

d) local.

57) Evacuation of the population cannot be:

a) local;

b) global;

c) local;

d) regional.

58) The evacuation body includes:

a) evacuation commissions;

b) registration commissions;

c) boarding commissions;

d) transport commissions.

59) The evacuation authorities include:

a) points of notification of the population;

b) points of organization of medical care;

c) shelters for people;

d) prefabricated evacuation points.

60) The evacuation authorities include:

a) boarding commissions;

b) transport commissions;

c) reception evacuation commissions;

d) registration commissions.

61) The following are appointed to the SEP medical center with a capacity of up to 2000 people per day:

a) 1-2 paramedical workers per shift;

b) 1 doctor and 2 paramedical workers per shift;

c) 1 doctor and 1 nurse per shift;

d) 2 doctors and 2 paramedical workers per shift.

62) The following are assigned to the SEP medical center with a capacity of up to 5000 people per day:

a) 1-2 paramedical workers per shift;

b) 1 doctor and 2 paramedical workers per shift;

c) 2 doctors and 2 nurses per shift;

d) 2 doctors and 4 paramedical workers per shift.

63) In places of accommodation, medical and sanitary provision of the population is carried out on the basis of:

a) 1 doctor and 2 nurses per 1000 people;

b) 1 doctor and 2 middle medical workers per 2000 people;

c) 1 doctor and 2 nurses per 2500 people;

d) 1 doctor and 2 nurses per 3500 people.

64) In places where the population is located, health care in polyclinics is carried out at the rate of 1 doctor and 2 paramedical workers for:

a) 50 patients;

b) 100 patients;

c) 200 patients;

d) 300 patients.

65) Evacuation of a medical institution can be:

a) complete;

b) incomplete;

c) selective;

d) solid.

66) Evacuation of a medical institution can be:

a) incomplete;

b) selective;

c) solid;

d) partial.

67) The number of patients who do not need further inpatient treatment during the evacuation of a medical institution may be:

a) 20%;

b) 30%;

c) 50%;

d) 60%.

68) The number of transportable patients during the evacuation of a medical institution may be:

a) 15%;

b) 25%;

c) 45%;

d) 65%.

69) The number of non-transportable patients during the evacuation of a medical institution may be:

a) 2%;

b) 3%;

at 5%;

d) 7%.

70) Non-transportable patients with a complete evacuation of a medical institution are placed:

a) on the first floors of medical facilities;

b) on the upper floors of health facilities;

c) evacuated to other health facilities;

d) are placed in the equipped shelters of medical facilities.

71) What principle is not the principle of medical and psychological support for the population and rescuers in the centers of mass destruction?

a) psychological and pedagogical;

b) specificity;

c) purposefulness;

d) adequacy.

72) What type of medical care is not provided in the system of staged treatment of the injured?

a) extreme;

b) the first medical;

c) qualified;

d) specialized.

73) First aid to those affected in the centers of mass sanitary losses is provided in the first:

a) 30 minutes;

b) 45 minutes;

c) 60 minutes;

d) 2 hours.

74) First aid to those affected in the centers of mass sanitary losses should be provided in the first:

a) 30 minutes;

b) 2-3 hours;

c) 4-5 hours;

d) 8-12 hours.

75) First medical aid to those affected in the centers of mass sanitary losses should be provided in the first:

a) 30 minutes;

b) 2-3 hours;

c) 4-5 hours;

d) 8-12 hours.

76) Qualified medical assistance to those affected in the centers of mass sanitary losses is provided in the first:

a) 1-2 hours;

b) 4-5 hours;

c) 8-12 hours;

d) 12-24 hours.

77) Specialized medical care for those affected in the centers of mass sanitary losses is provided in the first:

a) 1-2 hours;

b) 4-5 hours;

c) 8-12 hours;

d) 12-24 hours.

78) First aid measures do not include:

a) indirect, closed heart massage;

b) the imposition of a sealed bandage for pneumothorax;

c) infusion of infusion means;

d) dressing the wound.

79) First aid measures do not include:

a) transport immobilization of limbs;

b) temporary stop of external bleeding;

c) the introduction and ingestion of antibiotics;

d) dressing the wound.

80) The activities of pre-medical medical care do not include:

a) infusion of infusion means;

b) the introduction and ingestion of antibiotics;

c) control of the correct application of harnesses;

d) cutting off a limb hanging on a skin flap.

81) The activities of pre-medical care do not include:

a) taking sorbents, antibiotics;

b) catheterization or capillary puncture of the bladder;

c) putting on the affected gas mask;

d) the imposition of occlusive dressings.

82) First aid measures do not include:

a) elimination of asphyxia;

b) cutting off a limb hanging on a skin flap;

c) stop internal bleeding;

d) catheterization or capillary bladder.

83) First aid measures do not include:

a) stop external bleeding;

b) the introduction of antidotes, anticonvulsants;

c) the use of antitoxic serum;

d) thoracotomy for chest injury.

84) Sorting of the wounded and injured can be:

a) selective;

b) evacuation;

c) preliminary;

d) intra-point.

85) Sorting of the wounded and injured can be:

a) evacuation;

b) selective;

c) evacuation and transport;

d) transport.

86) The first stage of medical evacuation in the centers of mass sanitary losses of the population is:

a) hospital base;

b) medical team;

c) specialized hospital;

d) hospital of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

87) To provide medical care in the medical unit, the sorting and evacuation department does not deploy:

a) sorting post;

b) operating room;

c) a dressing room for walking injured;

d) reception and sorting chambers.

88) The sorting post is deployed from the sorting and evacuation department at a distance:

a) 10-20 meters;

b) 30-50 meters;

c) 60-80 meters;

d) 100 meters.

89) Anti-shock wards of the surgical dressing department of the medical unit are designed for:

a) 10 seats;

b) 40 places;

c) 80 seats;

d) 100 seats.

90) Chambers for non-transportable hospital departments of the medical detachment are designed for:

a) 50 seats;

b) 100 seats;

c) 150 seats;

d) 200 seats.

91) The MSGO medical detachment is provided with medical equipment for the provision of medical care during:

a) 1 day;

b) 2 days;

c) 3 days;

d) 5 days.

92) The MSGO medical detachment is provided with medical equipment for the provision of first medical aid based on:

a) 500 affected;

b) 1000 affected;

c) 2000 affected;

d) 3000 affected.

93) As part of the surgical dressing department of the medical detachment, MSGO is not deployed:

a) operating room;

b) chambers for non-transportables;

c) dressing room;

d) anti-shock chambers.

94) As part of the hospital department of the medical detachment, MSGO is not deployed:

a) wards for non-transportables;

b) infectious isolator;

c) dressing room for stretchers;

d) wards for puerperas and newborns.

95) As part of the hospital department of the medical detachment of MSGO, the following are not deployed:

a) anti-shock chambers;

b) chambers for non-transportables;

c) psychoisolation;

d) anaerobic chambers with a dressing room.

96) As part of the MSGO medical detachment, a department is not deployed:

a) sorting and evacuation;

b) surgical dressing;

c) hospital;

d) infectious.

97) As part of the MSGO medical detachment, a department is not deployed:

a) hospital;

b) medical supply department;

c) functional diagnostics;

d) laboratory.

98) Specialized assistance to the injured is provided at the stage of medical evacuation:

a) first;

b) second;

in third;

d) at all stages.

99) As part of the hospital base is not deployed:

a) Head Central District Hospital;

b) Central regional hospital;

c) Multidisciplinary hospital;

d) Profiled hospitals.

100) The MSGO specialized medical care team includes:

a) 1 doctor, 2 paramedics, driver;

b) 2 doctors, 2 nurses, driver;

c) 2 doctors, 4 nurses, a driver;

d) 4 doctors, 4 paramedics, a driver.

Section 4. Answers to test items

Answers to test tasks on mobilization training in the healthcare sector

one. b 21. b 41. b 61. a 81. in 101. a 121. G
2. a 22. a 42. G 62. in 82. in 102. b 122. a
3. in 23. b 43. G 63. a 83. b 103. G 123. G
4. G 24. in 44. a 64. b 84. G 104. in 124. b
5. b 25. b 45. b 65. b 85. a 105. G 125. a
6. b 26. in 46. a 66. a 86. b 106. G 126. in
7. G 27. G 47. b 67. a 87. in 107. a 127. b
eight. a 28. in 48. G 68. b 88. G 108. in 128. b
nine. b 29. in 49. a 69. in 89. b 109. b 129. in
ten. in thirty. b fifty. in 70. b 90. b 110. b 130. G
eleven. G 31. in 51. in 71. G 91. in 111. G 131. a
12. a 32. b 52. in 72. G 92. G 112. a 132. G
thirteen. b 33. G 53. a 73. in 93. G 113. b 133. G
fourteen. G 34. a 54. b 74. a 94. a 114. in 134. in
fifteen. G 35. G 55. b 75. in 95. a 115. a 135. b
sixteen. in 36. a 56. G 76. a 96. in 116. a 136. b
17. b 37. b 57. in 77. in 97. a 117. b 137. G
eighteen. in 38. in 58. b 78. a 98. G 118. a 138. in
nineteen. a 39. G 59. in 79. in 99. in 119. a 139. b
20. G 40. a 60. G 80. b 100. b 120. b 140. in

Answers to tests in disaster medicine

one. in thirty. G 59. G 88. b 117. in 146. G 175. b
2. in 31. in 60. b 89. a 118. b 147. in 176. G
3. G 32. b 61. b 90. G 119. a 148. G 177. G
4. G 33. G 62. G 91. G 120. b 149. b 178. b
5. b 34. b 63. b 92. b 121. G 150. a 179. in
6. in 35. G 64. G 93. in 122. b 151. a 180. b
7. G 36. b 65. in 94. a 123. b 152. in 181. G
eight. b 37. a 66. in 95. in 124. in 153. b 182. G
nine. a 38. G 67. a 96. G 125. G 154. b 183. in
ten. a 39. in 68. G 97. a 126. in 155. G 184. in
eleven. in 40. a 69. G 98. b 127. a 156. b 185. b
12. b 41. in 70. in 99. a 128. b 157. a 186. a
thirteen. in 42. b 71. b 100. b 129. in 158. G 187. b
fourteen. in 43. in 72. in 101. in 130. in 159. in 188. in
fifteen. b 44. a 73. G 102. in 131. b 160. b 189. G
sixteen. G 45. G 74. in 103. in 132. G 161. in 190. in
17. in 46. a 75. in 104. b 133. in 162. a 191. b
eighteen. b 47. in 76. b 105. G 134. b 163. b 192. in
nineteen. b 48. b 77. a 106. a 135. in 164. G 193. G
20. in 49. b 78. in 107. in 136. a 165. b 194. in
21. a fifty. in 79. G 108. b 137. G 166. G 195. b
22. b 51. b 80. in 109. G 138. in 167. in 196. G
23. b 52. G 81. b 110. G 139. G 168. b 197. a
24. in 53. b 82. a 111. a 140. G 169. G 198. b
25. G 54. a 83. in 112. a 141. b 170. in 199. in
26. b 55. b 84. G 113. b 142. a 171. b 200. in
27. in 56. G 85. a 114. G 143. a 172. b
28. G 57. in 86. b 115. G 144. b 173. a
29. b 58. b 87. a 116. G 145. G 174. a

Answers to test tasks on medical support of civil defense activities

one. in sixteen. b 31. b 46. in 61. a 76. in 91. in
2. G 17. in 32. G 47. in 62. b 77. G 92. G
3. b eighteen. a 33. b 48. G 63. in 78. in 93. b
4. a nineteen. b 34. in 49. a 64. b 79. in 94. in
5. in 20. G 35. b fifty. in 65. a 80. G 95. a
6. G 21. a 36. a 51. a 66. G 81. b 96. G
7. a 22. in 37. a 52. b 67. in 82. in 97. in
eight. b 23. in 38. b 53. G 68. in 83. G 98. b
nine. a 24. a 39. G 54. b 69. in 84. G 99. in
ten. b 25. G 40. in 55. b 70. G 85. in 100. b
eleven. a 26. a 41. b 56. a 71. in 86. b
12. in 27. b 42. G 57. b 72. a 87. b
thirteen. G 28. b 43. in 58. a 73. a 88. b
fourteen. b 29. in 44. b 59. G 74. b 89. G
fifteen. in thirty. in 45. G 60. in 75. in 90. b

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