The three general categories of marine life injuries include:
True or False: Envenomation is a process facilitated by bites, punctures or stings.
True or False: Marine animal bites are usually fatal.
True or False: Seafood poisoning is the result of ingesting contaminated food or liquids.
True or False: The health status of the injured person, sensitivity to the venom and delays in receiving first aid impact the victim’s response to the injury.
First aid for jellyfish stings includes:
Pressure immobilization is recommended for which vertebrate injury?
Pressure immobilization is recommended for which invertebrate marine life injuries?
General first aid for all scrapes and puncture wounds, especially those that occur in or around fresh or saltwater, include:
True or False: Infection is of particular concern with marine animal bites.
Seafood poisoning results from the ingestion of:
Which of the following is not a type of seafood poisoning?
Marine life injuries can occur as a result of: