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True or False: Chest compressions compress the heart against the spine
Where should the person administering ventilations stand?
At the baby's head
What is the preferred method for chest compressions?
The thumb technique
Why is the thumb technique preferred over the two finger technique?
Because you can better control pressure and depth.
Where are your fingers positioned for chest compressions?
To the lower third of the sternum between the nipples and above the xiphoid process.
True or False: When using the two finger technique for chest compressions, the fingers are positioned perpendicular to the body.
How far do you push in the chest during chest comressions?
1/3 the anterior posterior chest diameter
The duration of downward pressure during chest compression is (more than/less than/equal to) the duration of the recoil time.
less than
Do you lift your fingers off the body inbetween chest compression?
What happens if you do chest compessions to the xiphoid process?
You can damage the liver.
What is the sequence of chest compression and ventilations in neonatal CPR?
3 chest compression to one ventilation
What is a cycle of events in CPR?
3 chest compressions and one ventilation
How many chest compressions and ventilations are done in one minute?
90 chest compressions and 30 ventilations
What is said when a person is giving chest compressions?
Who says "one-and-two-and-three-and-breath-and"?
The person doing chest compressions
How long do you do CPR for before rechecking the HR and spontaneous ventilations?
One minute
When doing CPR, the HR is now 65. What do you do next?
Continue PPV.
True or False, if the HR is greater than 100, and there are spontaneous respirations, you may stop PPV.
False: Slowly decrease PPV and oxygen concentration.
During PPV with chest compressions, the rat eof "events" per minute is___.
(90 chest compressions and 30 ventilations=120)
The "one-and-two-and-three-and-breath-and" should take how long?
2 seconds