Proper technique for delivering mouth-to-mouth ventilation.
1. Hold victims airway open with head tilt chin lift.
2. Pinch the nose closed with thumb and index finger.
3. Take a regular breath to seal your lips around their mouth.
4. Give 1 breath
5. Watch for chest to rise.
Within how many seconds after recognition of cardiac arrest in adults, must you start compression?
In the presence of an advanced airway, what is the correct compression & ventilation rate for 2-resuer CPR?
1 breath every 6 to 8 seconds
Do not stop compression to give breath.
What ventilation device/ techique is not recommended for a single resuer to provide breaths during CPR?
True or False: Minimizing interruptions in chest compressions is a characteristic of high quality CPR.
If a victim of FBAO becomes unresponsive, the rescuer sends someone to activate EMS and immediately starts....?
When would be apporiate to move a victim who needs CPR?
Only if they are in a dangerous environment.
Why is it important to compress to the appropriate depth during CPR?
Makes the heart as a pump for blood to flow
When using a bag-mask device for a child who is not breathing but does have have a pulse, the rescuer should give breaths at the rate of 1 breath every __
What is the preferred chest compression technique for 2 rescuer CPR in an infant?
2 thumb-encircling hands technique
True or False: The rescuer should deliver a shock with an AED after the AED advises a shock, charge, and prompts the rescuer to push the shock button.
True or False: Compressing at a depth of at least 2 inches, is a characteristic of high-quality CPR in adults.