Emergency Situations & CPR

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Author:
melmoon
ID:
147081
Filename:
Emergency Situations & CPR
Updated:
2012-04-11 18:46:12
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Emergency Situations CPR
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Intraoperative Case Management-Emergency Situations & CPR
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  1. What is the universal compression rate, except for newborns, for one rescuer CPR?
    30
  2. Which of the following is a common complication as a result of chest compressions during CPR?
    Fractured ribs
  3. The health-care providers in two-person CPR rotate the compressor role every _____ minutes.
    2 minutes
  4. The ratio of compressions to ventilations for infants & children during two-rescuer CPR is:
    15-2
  5. When performing external chest compressions on an adult during CPR, the sternum should be depressed:
    1 1/2 to 2 inches
  6. To perform chest compressions on an adult, on hand is placed on top of the other hand, with the heel of the lower hand pressing on the:
    Middle of the sternum
  7. Chest compressions are recommended if the infant or child's heart rate per minute is less than:
    60
  8. What is the role of the first scrub surgical technologist if a surgical patient experiences a cardiac arrest during a surgical procedure?
    Protect sterile field from contamination

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