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When providing CPR compressions on an 8-year-old CHILD, what is the proper depth for compressions?
When treating a patient who has experienced TRAUMA, what would indicate that you should use the jaw thrust method for opening the airway?
What are the signs and symptoms of heat stroke?
When using an alcohol-based hand gel to disinfect your hands, what is one important step?
If adult person is choking and unconscious, the rescuer removes the object and is able to give two breaths. What is the next step?
What is the best treatment to give a possible stroke patient who is not in the hospital?
When performing 2 rescuer CPR on an adult victim, how often should a switch take place?
Which of these best describes the purpose for “hands-only” CPR?
You are in a restaurant when you see a man standing at the side of his table looking panicked. He appears to be gagging but not making any sounds. The scene is safe so you move toward the person. What is the first thing you should do?
A patient appears to have a decreased blood pressure, increased heart rate, and their skin is pale, cool, and maybe even slightly sweaty. What is the most likely cause?
You performed a finger sweep for the unconscious, choking child and pulled an object out of her mouth. What is your next action?
What should you do if you suspect a person has swallowed a poison?
What law protects against civil lawsuits when we try to help a victim in medical need?
While conducting a choking skill evaluation, the rescuer removes the object and is able to give two breaths. Which statement is correct for the next step?
You are with an adult who is confused, agitated, and their breath smells sweet or like they’ve been drinking wine. What type of blood sugar emergency would this be based on the signs and symptoms?
A worker was just hit by a forklift. The scene is safe and you begin to assess the worker. You see that she is conscious and breathing normally, but obviously in pain. What is the purpose of doing a secondary survey on this victim?
What is the appropriate number of compressions per minute for a child who is under 1 year old?
You find a person that just fell down a flight of stairs. How would you start an assessment for a head, neck, or back injury?
After the first AED shock has been delivered, what should you do next?