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When performing CPR, what is the correct rate of chest compressions per minute?
30 compressions per minute
60 compressions per minute
100-120 compressions per minute
As fast as possible
How deep should chest compressions be when performing CPR on an adult?
At least 2"
At least 3"
What is the most common obstruction in the airway?
None of the above
The recommended BLS sequence of steps according to the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR are:
Airway, Breathing, Chest Compressions
Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing
Airway, Breathing, Check Pulse
None of the above
What is the correct compression-to-ventilation ratio when performing CPR alone for victims of any age?
30 Compressions for every 2 breaths
30 Compressions for every 1 breaths
15 Compressions for every 2 breaths
60 Compressions for every 2 breaths
While performing CPR your chest compressions should be:
Gentle and slow
Hard and fast, with as few interruptions as possible
Gentle but fast
Hard but slow with frequent interruptions to check for a pulse
You are helping an adult male who has crashed their car in a ditch on the side of the road. He is unconscious and does not appear to be breathing. How do you open the airway for rescue breaths?
Head-tilt / chin-lift
Insert an advanced airway
To provide chest compressions to an infant, you should use:
Two fingers placed just below the nipple line
One thumb at the center of the chest
One hand on the center of the chest
Any of the above
A woman sitting at the table next to you at a restaurant grabs her throat and cannot speak. You ask if she is choking and she nods yes. What should you do?
Begin CPR immediately
Ask her to try and cough. If she cannot, begin abdominal thrusts
Deliver 5 slaps on back slaps
Use the Jaw-thrust maneuver
What is the first link in the adult chain of survival?
Preventing heart disease
Avoiding tobacco use
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