The AED will turn off.
Your or someone else could become injured by the shock.
You may prevent the AED from analyzing the heart rhythm properly.
Both b and c
Look for a foreign object in the child's mouth.
Place the child on his or her side.
Have another responder hold the child.
Ensure that on one, including you, is touching or is in contact with the child.
Traumatic injuries or accidents
A hard blow to the chest
All of the above
Give 5 minutes of CPR before taking other actions, such as calling 9-1-1 or the local emergency number.
Give rescue breathing only
Call for help first
Give 7 minutes of CPR and then call for help
The upper left and the lower right side of the child's chest
The upper right and the lower left side of the child's chest
The child's upper right arm and the left side of his or her chest.
None of the above
Do not use an AED on a child lying in water
Do not touch the child while the AED is defibrillating
Do not touch the child while the AED is analyzing
All of the above
Place one pad on the child's chest and the other on the child's back
Leave them as they are--it does not matter if they touch.
Use adult AED padsthem as they are--itdoes nto matter ifthey touch
Use just one pad
Immediately reanlyze the rhythm
Resume 5 cycles or about 2 minutes of CPR
Reset the AED by turning it off for 10 seconds
Check the pad palacement on the child's chest
Turn on the AED
Deliver a shock
Give 5 minute sof CPR
It is more likely to be successful if CPR is witheld
It can be used to restart a heart without any elecftrical activity
It is an electrical shock that may help the heart to resume an effective rhythm to a child in cardiac arrest.
It is commonly used on a child complaing of chest pain.