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CPR QUIZ


1. Victim responsiveness is checked by:
Shaking and shouting if the victim is a child.
Patting feet and chest if the victim is an infant.
Shaking and shouting if the victim is an adult.
All of the above.

3. To check if the victim is breathing, you should:
Listen for exhaled air.
Feel for exhaled air.
Watch for his chest to rise and fall.
All of the above.

5. The technique used to clear the victim's airway is:
Lift chin up, tilt head back.
Push chin down, tilt head forward.
Lift chin up, turn head sideways.
None of the above.

7. To check for circulation you should feel for pulse at the:
Carotid artery in a child.
Brachial artery in an infant.
Carotid artery in an adult.
All of the above.

2. If the victim is unresponsive, you should:
Dial 9-1-1 before starting CPR for adults.
Start CPR before dialing 9-1-1 for infants.
Start CPR before dialing 9-1-1 for children.
All of the above.

4. The most common airway obstruction is:
Dentures.
Food.
The tongue.
None of the above.

6. When ventilating an unconscious victim:
Pinch the victim's nose closed.
Do not over-inflate the victim's lungs.
Allow the victim exhale on his own.
All of the above.

8. When administering compressions, the rule to remember is:
1 hand, 1 inch for children.
hand, inch for infants.
2 hands, 2 inches for adults.
All of the above.