Healthcare Provider BLS + Standard First Aid Course

Learn CPR. For Life™

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Healthcare Provider BLS + Standard First Aid Exam

 

This exam consists of true or false and multiple choice questions. It's not timed (so don't rush) but all questions and answers are randomized each time (just to make sure you're paying attention).

 

When you're done you will see your statistics and receive your score - 80% or better to pass. Scroll down to review all of your answers and, depending on your status, re-take the exam or get your certification.

 

Good luck 🙂

 

 

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1. Child CPR is recommended for

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2. Which is not a type of a burn:

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3. Which of these is not an opioid?

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4. Broken bone injuries are separated into how many classifications?

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5. In addition to HIV, BBP's can carry Hepatitis B, C, and viruses

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6. If Naloxone is available it definitely will not be necessary to perform CPR

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7. The correct chest compression depth for child CPR is:

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8. Which of these should you not do to assist with a nosebleed?

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9. 1st degree burns are most severe and require immediate medical attention.

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10. Burns are classified in this many categories:

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11. Check adult victim for responsiveness by

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12. When single rescuer is administering CPR to an adult victim, the ratio of chest compressions to ventilation is:

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13. Unlike HIV, Hepatitis B...

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14. The 3rd link in Chain of Survival in OHCA is:

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15. Chain Of Survival consists of 5 rings.

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16. To check pulse in an adult victim, you need to palpate his

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17. Typically, BBP's are found in contaminated body fluids such as blood and urine, and/or organs.

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18. A bite from undomesticated animal may require:

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19. Allergic reactions to common, every-day items can be life-threatening

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20. If left untreated Hepatitis B can lead to AIDS

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21. The correct chest compression depth for adult CPR is:

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22. The technique to clear an adult victim's airway is:

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23. The correct depth for infant chest compressions is

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24. Wearing PPE when handling potentially infectious materials reduces the risk of BBP exposure

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25. What is the correct chest compression rate for adult CPR?

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26. In a compound fracture, a bone does not protrude from the wound.

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27. If a bite from a domestic animal is minor and is properly tended to, it can be safely treated at home.

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28. When single rescuer is administering CPR to a child victim, the ratio of chest compressions to ventilation is:

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29. A spike in high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) or dip in low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) can result in fainting

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30. To check pulse in an infant victim, you need to palpate his

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31. Anyone who comes into direct contact with body fluids is at risk of BBP exposure

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32. Which of these devices may be used to assist with breathing or respiratory emergencies?

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33. When approaching a victim of cardiac arrest, first you must first assess scene for safety.

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34. If you don't see the victim's chest rise when providing ventilation, you need to

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35. What is the correct chest compression rate for child or infant CPR?