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Most common cause of airway obstruction.
The tongue.
Percent of oxygen in room air.
21%

NOTE - Exhaled air contains 16% oxygen, meaning the body uses only 5%. Therefore, the 16% oxygen in exhaled air can provide the 5% needed to sustain life.
Approximate range of time a person can go without oxygen before brain damage occurs.
4 - 6 Minutes.
Method of opening the airway of a victim with a suspected neck injury.
Modified jaw thrust maneuver.
Non-breathing patient with pulse: Rate of Ventilations?
INFANT - 20/Minute(every 3 seconds)
CHILD - 20/Minute(every 3 seconds)
ADULT - 10-12/Minute(every 4-5 seconds)
After determining that a patient is not breathing, how many breaths are given before checking a pulse?
Two slow full ventilations.
ADULT - 2 Seconds each.
CHILD AND INFANT - 1-1.5 Seconds each.
Proper pulse to check on infants.
Brachial pulse.
Proper pulse to check on a child.
Carotid pulse.
Pulseless Patient:
Depth Of Chest Compressions??
INFANT - 1/3-1/2 Depth of chest(Approximately 1/2 to 1 inch)
CHILD - 1/3-1/2 Depth of chest(Approximately 1 to 1-1/2 inches)
ADULT - 1-1/2 to 2 inches
One Rescuer Adult CPR:
Ration of compressions to ventilations???
15:2
Two Rescuer Adult CPR:
Ratio of compressions to ventilations???
15:2
Infant And Child CPR:
Ratio of compressions to ventilations???
5:1(Regardless of number of rescuers)
One Rescuer Adult CPR:
Rate of compressions???
Approximately 100 compressions per minute.
Two Rescuer Adult CPR:
Rate of compressions???
Approximately 100 compressions per minute.
Child CPR:
Rate of compressions???
Approximately 100 compressions per minute.
Infant CPR:
Rate of compressions???
At least 100 times/Minute.

1.67per second.
Child CPR:
Compression technique.
Heel of one hand on lower half of sternum.
Infant CPR:
Compression technique.
LONE RESCUER:
2 Fingers on sternum, 1 fingers width BELOW imaginary line drawn between infant's nipples.
2-RESCUERS:
Use the 2 thumb encircling hands technique.