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American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor/IT Recertification Assessment
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Participants have a better chance of performing skills properly if they:
d. All of the above.
When teaching and evaluating skills, instructors should:
To meet the objectives of the course and ensure standardized course delivery, the course outline and lesson plans must be followed.
Health and safety procedures are incorporated into the First Aid/CPR/AED program to:
d. All of the above.
Instructors are required to use the video segments in the Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED program because:
d. They provide consistent explanations and demonstrations of skills to the standard.
You have done your best to help a participant succeed, but he or she is unable to perform the critical components of one or more skills, even after repeated attempts. What should you do?
d. Explain to the participant that he or she cannot be given the course certificate, but encourage the participant to stay with the class and participate in class activities.
A participant is having trouble finding the proper hand placement for CPR. Which is the best statement you can make to help the participant?
a. "The steps leading up to initiating CPR are good; now try finding the center of the chest for compressions. That will be the spot you want to aim for."
Before practicing on a manikin, you should tell participants to:
d. All of the above.
To have a successful skill session, instructors:
When arranging the classroom to teach first aid, CPR and AED skills:
a. Arrange the skill practice area so that each participant has ample room to view the video or instructor, move about, practice the skill, ask questions and receive feedback on his or her performance.
During skill sessions, instructors are responsible for:
c. Observing and evaluating the skill performance of each participant by using the skill assessment tools.
You see a woman collapse in front of you while entering the lobby of your office building. You check her for responsiveness, but she does not respond and she is not breathing. What should you do next?
a. Have someone else call 9-1-1 or the designated emergency number and get an AED and a first aid kit while you begin CPR.
About how many seconds should you check for breathing?
a. At least 5 seconds but no more than 10 seconds
You are conducting a head-to-toe check on a responsive person who is complaining of a leg injury. What should you do first?
c. Get consent to give care before beginning the head-to-toe exam.
You believe that a person has a head, neck or spinal injury. What should you do?
b. Have the person remain in the position he or she is in until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive and take over.
A person is having signs and symptoms of a heart attack. What should you do first?
b. Call 9-1-1 or the designated emergency number.
You are giving first aid to a person with a muscle, bone or joint injury. Emergency medical services (EMS) has been called. What should you do until they arrive?
In what circumstance would it be appropriate to use a tourniquet?
A person has signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion. What should you do?
b. Get the person out of the heat and into a cooler place.
What care should you give to a responsive adult or child who is choking and cannot cough, speak or breathe?
c. Give back blows and abdominal thrusts.
To give chest compressions to an adult, your hands should be placed:
a. In the middle of the chest along the breastbone.
A cycle of chest compressions and rescue breaths in CPR is:
d. 30 chest compressions and 2 rescue breaths.
What should you do before the AED analyzes the heart rhythm?
a. Ensure that no one, including you, is touching the person.
If, during the second analysis, the AED prompts "no shock advised," you should:
c. Resume CPR until the AED reanalyzes or you find an obvious sign of life.
If the AED pads risk touching each other (such as with a small child or an infant), you should:
d. Place one pad in the middle of the chest and the other on the back.
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