Chat with us, powered by LiveChat DIRECTIONS: Write C if the statement is true; W if the statement is false.? _______1. Begin abdominal thrusts if you have determined that the victim does not have a pulse.? _______2. In order to ass… | paledu.org
  
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DIRECTIONS: Write C if the statement is true; W if the statement is…

DIRECTIONS: Write C if the statement is true; W if the statement is false. 

_______1. Begin abdominal thrusts if you have determined that the victim does not have a pulse. 

_______2. In order to assess a victim for adequate or inadequate breathing, look for the chest movements associated with breathing, listen, and feel for air exchange. 

_______3. Before doing compression in a CPR, run your index and middle fingers along the inside of the victim’s ribs towards the chest until you feel the tip of the lower edge of the breastbone. 

_______4. Even if pulse is not present, continue rescue breathing. 

_______5. Moving the victim into a supine position means placing him on his side. 

_______6. An abdominal thrust is also referred to as the Heimlich Maneuver. 

_______7. Victims with a complete -airway obstruction will try to speak and will display the distress signal for choking by clutching the neck between thumb and fingers. 

_______8. CPR alone is enough to help someone survive cardiac arrest. 

_______9. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is administered if the victim has a pulse but is still not breathing. 

_______10. To perform abdominal thrusts, stand in front of the victim and wrap your arms around his chest. 

_______11. The victim should be lying flat on his back on a soft surface like a mattress for compression to be more effective. 

_______12. Rescue breathing is needed when the victim is not breathing and has no pulse. 

_______13. A victim whose airway is completely blocked can’t speak, cough forcefully or breathe. 

_______14. Administration of the Heimlich Maneuver should be continued even if the object is dislodged. 

_______15. To give rescue breathing, tilt the head back, lift the chin, and pinch the nose shut.

DIRECTIONS: The pictures below indicate the procedures in checking for responsiveness. Match the pictures with the steps by writing 1, 2, 3 and so on as the case may be. 

(Checking for Responsiveness)

 
 
 
 
 

DIRECTIONS: The pictures below indicate the procedures in performing CPR to an infant. Match the pictures with the steps by writing 1, 2, 3 and so on as the case may be. 

(Rescue Breathing Procedures for an Infant)

 
 
 
 
 
 

DIRECTIONS: Reorganize the following procedure in performing the back blows and chest thrust to an unconscious infant. (arrange the steps from letters a to g) 

_____1. Give the infant at least 5 chest thrusts on the lower part of the breastbone, while the infant is supported on the first aider’s arm. 

_____2. Re-tilt the infant’s head and lift the chin. 

_____3. If the breaths still don’t go in, position infant face down on forearm.

 _____4. Give breaths again. 

_____5. Next, look in the infant’s mouth for the object. Lift jaw and tongue and check for object. If object is seen, sweep it out with finger. Then, tilt head back and give 2 breaths to try to get oxygen into the infant’s lungs. 

_____6. Give 5 back blocks between shoulder blades while you hold the infant face down in your forearm. 

_____7. Position infant face up on forearm.