An emergency technique used to eject an object, such as food, from the trachea of a choking person
B. Heimlich Manuever
D. Chain of Survival
How many times can you do the Heimlich on a person?
A. 2 times
B. 3 times
C. 5 times
D. as many times as it takes
What is the first step in CPR?
A. check for signs of life
B. check the scene
C. start compressions
D. call 911
CPR stands for
A. Cardio pulmonary resuscitation
B. Cardiology Pulmonary respiratory
C. Cardio plumonary Respiratory
D. Cardiology pulmonary resuscitation
A portable electronic device used to “jump start” or regulate the heart
C. Hands Only CPR
What does AED stand for?
A. Automated Extra Defibulator
B. Anti Exam Defense
C. Automated External Defibulator
D. Automated External Digestion
Do you need to give breaths in order to do Hands only CPR?
For an adult you should give ____ compressions
What is the universal sign for choking?
A. flailing around
C. holding hands to throat
D. yelling “i’m choking! I’m choking!”
What’s the ultimate purpose of CPR?
A. to stop a heart attack
B. to dislodge food or beverage from the airway
C. to keep a person alive until they can receive advanced medical assistance
D. to teach others the value of living well so they don’t need it.
When checking to see if an adult is responsive or unresponsive you should always tap them on the __________.
Using a “Head Tilt” as part of CPR helps ….
A. You hear and see if a person is breathing.
B. You see if something is lodged in the throat.
C. Open the air way for more effective “Rescue Breaths”
D. All of the above
The first thing you should do when you approach the scene is make sure the scene is……
Why is defibrillation important?
A. It prevents rearrest from occurring
B. It is not important for cardiac arrest
C. There is a 100% success rate in regaining a normal cardiac rhythm
D. It can restore a regular cardiac rythm
When checking for a pulse you should use the ______ artery?
You must obtain consent before giving care to a responsive and unresponsive adult.
When is the Heimlich Maneuver used?
A. Heart Attack
How many breaths are given?
A form of CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths
A. Rescue Breathing
C. American Red Cross
D. Hands Only CPR
What is another term for cardiac arrest?
A. cardiopulmonary arrest
B. heart attack
C. myocardial infarction
D. cardio endima
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