Result in more efffective CPR
Eliminate the need for advanced medical care
Help recognize when a person is not breathing
Save the lives of more people in cardiac arrest
It is more likely to be successful if CPR is withheld
It can be used to restart a heart without any electrical activity
It is an electric shock that may help t he heart resume an effective rhythm to a person in sudden cardiac arrest.
It is commonly used on a person complaining of chest pains.
Unplug the connetcor from the machine
Resume 5 cycles or about 2 minutes of CPR
Reset the AED by turning it off for 10 seconds
Check the pad placement on the person's chest
Ensure that no one, including you, is touching the person.
Ensure that the head tilt/jaw thrust is maintained.
Ensure that the person shows signs of life and breathing.
None of the above
Turn on the AED
Deliver a shock
Begin 1 1/2 minutes of CPR
The AED may not deliver enough electrical energy.
You or someone else could be injured by the shock.
You might prevent the AED from analyzing the heart rhythm properly
All of the above
With a golved hand, remove the pratch from the person's chest.
Leave the patch attached to the person and do not ouch it.
Move the patch to another spot on the person.
Remove the patch using your bare hand and throw it away.
The upper left and the lower right side of the chest.
The upper right and the upper left side of the chest.
The chest and stomach of the person's torso.
The upper right and the lower left side of the chest.
Give abominal thrusts.
Allow or activate the AED to anlayze the heart rhytm.
Check for signs of life
Give chest compressions