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Foreign Objects: First Aid

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When you've got something stuck inside your nose, you should:

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1. If something is stuck in your eyes, you should:

2. When pulling out something like a splinter stuck inside your skin:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Whether it's grit in your eyes, a bit of food caught in your windpipe or something else, the first thing your body naturally wants to do is get it out. Whether or not it's safe to remove it yourself depends on what the object is and where it is. On this worksheet/quiz combo, you will be tested on what to do if you inhale a foreign object through your nasal passages, get something in your eye, get a splinter stuck in your skin, or inadvertently swallow something sharp.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz will test you on what the correct procedure is if you:

  • Breathe a foreign object into your nose
  • Get something stuck in your eye
  • Have a splinter in your skin
  • Swallow something that gets stuck in your esophagus

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of first aid to explain the five and five approach
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read and correctly interpret information about how to help someone if they've swallowed a nail
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained so that you know what tool you should use to remove a splinter safely

Additional Learning

You can read more on this topic in the lesson titled Foreign Objects: First Aid. Upon completion, you should meet these objectives:

  • Describe some of the body's reactions to foreign objects
  • Know when to try to help on your own and when to seek medical help
  • Discuss when it's safe to use tweezers to remove a foreign object from the ears or nose
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