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What device, if you have it w/you and are trained in its use, makes it easier to keep the victim's airway open while providing two-rescuer CPR using a BVM?
Oral airway.q
For which victim should you provide 5 cycles of CPR before stopping to place a call for an AED?
An adult pulled from the water.
Never insert a suction tip into a victim's mouth farther than?
you can see.
Which is the correct way to give chest compressions to an infant between breaths in a single-rescuer CPR?
30 compressions at a rate of 100 per minute.
The oxygen concentration delivered w/ a BWM with an oxygen reservoir connected to an oxygen source is about?
How long should you check an unresponsive victim for breathing before concluding that he/she is not breathing?
No more than 10 seconds.
When using an AED w/ a victim of hyporthermia?
handle the victim very carefully.
A healthcare provider should give an infant or child CPR w/chest compressions if there are signs of poor systemic perfusion and the pulse is under?
60 bpm
The position for chest compressions in an infant when two healthcare providers are providing CPR is?
both thumbs together just below the line between the nipples, with fingers away from the chest.
HIV infection can be prevented when giving basic life support by?
following standard precautions.
Which pulse should be checked in an adult victim not breathing?
Carotid pulse.
The AED pads should be positioned where on the victim?
Where the diagram on the unit indicates placement.
Standard precautions include?
Using personal protective equipment.
The rate for rescue breathing for an adult victim who has a pulse, but is not breathing is?
10 to 12 breaths per minute.
If the AED indicates no shock is needed, you should then?
give CPR starting w/chest compressions.
If you cannot successfully open a victim's airway w/the jaw thrust?
use the head tilt-chin lift.
Why should a barrier device be used w/rescue breaths?
To protect against infectious diseases.
The correct ratio of chest compressions to breaths for adult CPR given by a single rescuer is ?
30 TO 2.
You respond w/ an AED to a scene where a 4yr old child was found unresponsive. He is not breathing and has no pulse. What should you do first?
Give 2 minutes of CPR.