BLS Manual 001 part 1 #1

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  1. How does the rescuer know when the rescue breath for an infant victim is effective?
    rescue breath for a infant victim is effective when the chest rises visiby
  2. What should the rescuer do when a child has a heart rate greater then 60 per min and a pulse but is not breathing effectively?
    Give breaths without chest compressions
  3. Which ventilation device is not recommended for a single rescuer to provide breaths during CPR?
    the bag mask
  4. What is the correct compression and ventilation rate for 2 rescuer CPR in the presence of an advanced airway?
    compression rate of at least 100/min without pauses for breaths. 1 breath every 6 to 8 seconds (8 to 10 breaths per minute).
  5. What should the rescuer do after the AED delivers a shock?`
    immediately resume CPR, starting with chest compressions
  6. What should you perform in an unresponsive infant is not breathing, has a heart rate of 52 beats per min, and signs of poor perfusion despite oxgenation and ventilation with a bag and mask?
    you should perform both chest compression and breaths
  7. Where are the hands placed when performing chest compressions on an adult?
    heel of one hand on the center of the victims chest on the lower half of the breast bone
  8. When is the 2 thumb encircling hands techiniques recommended for the infant?
    when there are two rescuers
  9. What is the compression to breath ratio for 2 rescuer child CPR??
  10. What is the compression to ventilation ratio for 1 rescuer adult CPR?
  11. What is the recommended depth od chest compressions for an infant victim?
    press the infant breast bone down one third of the chest
  12. How do you asses a victim to determine if he/she would nedd CPR?
    if unresponsive no normal breathingno pulse
  13. What should the rescuer do when administering breaths by using a bag mask device for a child who is not breathing but does have a pulse?
    give one breath every three seconds
  14. What is the proper technique for delivering mouth to mouth ventilation?
    have open airway, seal mouth over victims mouth, pinch victims nose closed, give two breaths while watching for chest to rise
  15. What is recommended to minmize the risk of gastric inflation during bag mask ventilation?
    give breath just until you see the chest rise
  16. What should the rescer do if victim of foregin body airway obstruction becomes unresponsive?
    active the emergency response system, lower the victim to the ground and begin CPR starting with compressions
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BLS Manual 001 part 1 #1
2015-06-13 00:20:49
BLS Manual 001 part
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BLS Manual 001 part 1 #1
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