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1. When the heart stops Brain Death will occur within:
1-2 Minutes.
8-10 Hours.
8-10 Minutes.
12-15 Minutes.
2.  The CABs of CPR are:
Cuts, Air and Burns
Circulation/Compressions, Airway and Breathing
Children, Adults and Babies
None of the above.
3. What is the most critical step In case of  emergency
 Moving victim to another place is the most critical step In case of emergency.
 Finding a licensed physician is the most critical step In case of emergency.
Calling victim’s relatives is the most critical step In case of emergency.
Dialing 911 is the most critical step In case of emergency.
4. When administering CPR to an infant:
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.
5. If there is no response from the victim:
 Give 1-2 minutes of CPR before calling 911 if the victim is a child.
 Give 1-2 minutes of CPR before calling 911 if the victim is an infant.
 Call 911 and return to the victim if the victim is an adult.
All of the above.
6. To clear the victim's airway, you should:
 Push chin down, tilt head back.
 Lift chin up, turn head to the left.
 Lift chin up, tilt head forward.
 Lift chin up, tilt head back.
7.  Children's CPR is given to:
Anyone who’s height is less than 4’ 6”.
 Anyone who’s weight is less than 60 lb.
 Children under the age of 15.
 Children under the age of 8.
8. Infant CPR is administered to any child under the age of:
24 months
18 months
12 months
9 months
9.  When administering CPR, what is breaths-to-compressions ratio?
2 breaths every 30 compressions
1 breath every 30 compressions.
1 breath every 15 compressions
2 breaths every 5 compressions
10. In case of emergency you SHOULD NOT:
 Leave the victim unattended.
 Try to make the victim drink.
 Try to put the victim into a sitting position.
All of the above.
11. When checking for circulation/pulse you should locate:
Carotid artery if victim is a child.
Brachial artery if victim is an infant.
Carotid artery if victim is an adult.
All of the above.
12. The rule for compressions part of CPR is:
1 hand, 1 inch when administered to children.
½ hand, ½ inch when administered to infants.
2 hands, 2 inches when administered to adults.
All of the above.
13. Infant’s responsiveness is checked by:
Shaking the victim and shouting.
Slapping victim’s face lightly.
Patting victim’s feet and shoulders.
All of the above.
14. Adult’s and Child’s responsiveness is checked by:
Using smelling salts.
Shaking the victim and shouting.
Pouring cold water on victim’s face.
All of the above.

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