CPR Heartsaver First Aid with CPR
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When beginning first aid, what are questions you should ask yourself to analyze the situation? Check all that apply
Am I in danger?
Is the victim in danger?
Are there people who can help?
Where is the nearest pharmacy?
Where is the nearest phone? Cell phone?
How many people are injured?
To protect your hands from blood and other body fluids, what should you do?
coat them with a protective lotion barrier
put on gloves
after administering first aid, wash hands with rubbing alcohol
wash hands for a full minute after administering first aid
What is the most important infection-control?
When administering aid to a choking child under the age of one, you should sweep the mouth to remove the object.
In an allergic reaction situation for a person with an Epi-pen, what part of the body should the Epi-pen be administered?
upper arm area
any part of the body that is easily accessible
In a situation with heavy bleeding, if secondary dressing is applied to the wound, should you remove the first dressing?
What are possible signs of a significant head injury? Check all that apply
confused or agitated
weakness on one side of the body
passes out or is unconscious
drowsy or unable to wake up
neck pain after a fall
"CAB" What does this refer to in reference to applying CPR
For a victim eight years or older, how many compressions per minute should you aim to administer?
How many breaths should you administer during CPR cycle?
When giving compressions to an infant, what part of the hand should be used?
heal of hand
inside of closed fist
no compressions should be administered to an infant
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