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|When performing CPR on an infant (laying face-up), you should use|
|For Adults/Adolescents, you should call/activate EMS:|
Before providing CPR.
After providing CPR.
After an AED has been administered.
Or, none of the above.
|Before providing CPR.|
If you witness a child collapse, you should:
You can check tasks (breathing and pulse) simultaneously within 10 seconds.
When a patient is unconscious without a pulse CPR should be performed.
What is the correct word for C in C.A.B.?
If the patient’s chest is not inflating during the breathing task you should check the patient’s:
100-120 chest compressions should be performed on the patient per minute.
During the Breathing task for Infants you should:
Place mouth over Infant’s mouth.
Place mouth over Infant’s nose.
Place mouth over Infant’s mouth and nose.
|You should ask the patient if He/She is okay before performing CPR.|
|Times to use cpr||drowned, heart attack, stroke, cardiac arrest, choking|
|death is most likely after||10 minutes of no oxygen|
|brain damage is expected after||6 to 10 minutes|
|brain damage is very possible after||4 to 6 minutes|
|brain damage is virtually non existent after||0 to 4 minutes|
|when treating a 3rd degree burn, you should||Activate EMS or rush patient to the nearest hospital|
|if the patient’s chest is not inflating during the breathing task you should check the patient’s….||airway|
|when treating bites or stings you should use…||an auto injection|
|symptoms of stroke can be…||droopy face, arm, and/or speech|
|for adults/adolescents, you should call/activate EMS…||before providing cpr|
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