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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Call 911 first when alone with
  2. checking an adult or child for non-life-threatening conditions
  3. Adult CPR
  4. moving the victim
  5. Bystanders Help
  1. a 1. Interview the victim and bystanders 2. check the victim from head to toe
  2. b Cardiac emergencies 1. an unconscious adult victim 2. witnessed collapse of child or infant 3. infant or child with heart problems
  3. c only move a victim if the scene is or becomes unsafe, if must move don't cause the victim more harm
  4. d 2 hands in center of chest - compression 1 1/2 -2inches -1sec per breath and chest rises - 30 compressions 2 breaths
  5. e call 911, meet and direct traffic, help give first aid, send for supplies, information about situation

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 5 back blows with 5 abdominal thrusts
  2. personal hygiene, protective equipment
  3. 2 rescue breaths
  4. 2 or 3 fingers -compressions 1/2-1 inch - 30 compressions 2 breaths
  5. 1 breath every 3 seconds recheck at 2mins

5 True/False questions

  1. Barriers to actionuncertainty of victim, nature of the injury, fear of disease transmission, fear of doing something wrong

          

  2. Why Check the Scenelook for things that may threaten your safety, do not risk becoming a victim yourself

          

  3. Respiratory distressroll on side, avoid twisting neck, wipe mouth clean up and roll back over and continue

          

  4. Reasons to Give slow breathsto avoid forcing air into stomach

          

  5. Vomiting Victimroll on side, avoid twisting neck, wipe mouth clean up and roll back over and continue