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A. wear personal protective equipment (PPE).
B. only wear PPE if the person is someone you do not know
C. not be concerned about PPE if you wash your hands.
D. use cloth gloves to protect
A. people with more advanced training arrive.
B. the dispatcher tells you it's ok to hang up.
A. can talk about what happened with anyone you want.
B. cannot discuss anything with coworkers; you must keep private things private.
C. can speak to a reporter about the incident.
D. can discuss the incident with you immediate coworkers only.
A. 10 seconds
B. 15 seconds
C. 20 seconds
D. 3 minutes
A. danger to yourself and others
B. how many people are injured or ill
C.where the location is
D. where the nearest telephone is
E.All the above
A. place your hands near the throat.
B. place your hands near the left side of the lower
C. put the thumb side of your fist slightly above her navel (belly button) and well below the breastbone.
C. heart attack
C. heart attack
A. weak faint, or dizzy
B. nauseous or thirsty
C. have pale or grayish skin
D. act restless, agitated, or confused
E. be cold and clammy to the touch
F. all the above
A. For All Sorry Twins
B. Fall Abs Stomach Toe
C. For All Silly Twinkies
D. Facial Arms Speech Time
See if the person needs CPR
Stay with the person until someone with more advanced training arrivesand takes over.
If the person is vomiting or has fluids in his mouth and you think the person does not have a head, neck, or spine injury, roll him to his side.
A. remove it as quickly as possible
B.leave it in and get help
A. lukewarm water.
B. ice directly on the skin
C. cold, but not ice-cold, water.
A. check for response
B. phone 911
C. give compressions (2 hands)
D. compression depth (at least 2 inches)
E. compression rate (at least 100 per minute)
F.sets of compressions and breaths (30:2)
G. open the airway (use a head tilt-chin lift)
H. check breathing (look for only gasping or no breathing for about 5 seconds but no longer than 10 seconds)
I. start cpr (give 30 sets and 2 breaths, 1 second each)
J. AED (press the on button or open the lid, use the aed as soon as it arrives).
K.attach pads tothe person's bare chest (use adult pads)
L. follow AED prompts
M. ALL THE ABOVE STEPS
Middle school child
A. hold the infant face down on your forearm. Support the infant's head and jaw with your hand.
B. give up to 5 back slaps with the heel of your other hand between the infant's shoulder blades.
C. if the object does not come out after 5 back slaps, turn the infant onto his back, supporting the head.
D. give up to 5 thrusts using 2 fingers of your other hand to push on the chest in the same place you push during CPR.
E. Repeat giving 5 back slaps and 5 chest thrusts until the infant can breathe, cough or cry or until he stops responding.