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INFANT CPR QUIZ


1. American Heart Association recommends Infant CPR for:
Children under the age of 18 months.
Children under the age of 12 months.
Children under the age of 6 months.
None of the above.

3. If the infant is unconscious and unresponsive, you should:
Start CPR before dialing 9-1-1.
Dial 9-1-1 before starting CPR.
Perform CPR and do not dial 9-1-1.
None of the above.

5. "Sniffer's position" is best described as:
Gentle chin lift, gentle head turn sideways.
Gentle chin lift, gentle head tilt back.
Gentle chin lift, gentle head push forward.
None of the above.

7. When checking an infant's pulse you should feel the:
Brachial artery.
The heart.
Carotid artery.
Any of the above.

2. Check an infant for responsiveness by:
Shaking him and shouting.
Slapping his face lightly.
Patting his feet and shoulders.
All of the above.

4. The most common airway obstruction in an infant is:
Food.
The tongue.
Pacifier.
None of the above.

6. When assisting an infant with ventilation:
Cover his nose and mouth with your mouth.
Puff air from your cheeks, not your lungs.
Allow the infant to exhale on his own.
All of the above.

8. When performing compressions on an infant, remember:
2 hands, 1 inch.
1 hand, 2 inches.
2 fingers ( hand), 2 inches.
2 fingers ( hand), inch.