FREE EMR First Responder Questions and Answers

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What ratio of two rescuers performing CPR on a child?

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When performing CPR on a child with two rescuers, the ratio is 15 compressions to 2 breaths.

When administering mouth-to-mouth breathing techniques to an adult, it's crucial to:

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It's crucial to take a regular breath and seal your lips around the victim's mouth when administering mouth-to-mouth breathing techniques to an adult. According to AHA guidelines, deep breathing is not advised.

When a patient lets out an agonizing gasp, you are checking to determine if they are responsive. This is:

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Regular breathing is not agonal gasps. They could be there in the initial minute of a cardiac arrest.

When a victim is being carried on a stretcher,

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You can leave the AED connected and switched on when transferring a sufferer on a stretcher. However, in order to obtain a precise rhythm analysis, the ambulance or stretcher needs to be entirely halted.

Except for one, every option below is accurate for an agonal gasp:

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Agonal gasps may sound feeble or powerful. They are not always strong enough to move the head or neck, although they can in specific situations.

All of the following conditions, with the exception of:

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It is possible for aspiration, vomiting, and even pneumonia to result from stomach inflation.

Which of the following describes an early hypoxic sign?

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Disorientation and confusion could be a warning indication of hypoxia. Usually, this results from elevated blood carbon dioxide levels.

When a patient stops breathing when you are by yourself and you have already triggered the emergency response system, you ought to:

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Get an AED and go back to your patient if you discover they are not breathing when you are by yourself.

You are in charge of chest compressions while your colleague is giving a patient mouth-to-mouth ventilations. In order to reduce the number of chest compressions that are interrupted, your spouse is breathing strongly and quickly. Which of the following descriptions of this situation is accurate?

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Breathing too quickly or forcefully will probably wind up in the patient's stomach instead of his lungs.

The patient is becoming unresponsive as you are giving them an abdominal thrust. The first action you ought to take is:

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Activate the emergency response system right away if a patient who is choking becomes unresponsive.

When employing a basic face mask:

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You should inflate your chest by delivering air over a one-second duration when wearing a basic face mask.

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