The patient has vomited
The patient is unconscious
The patient has tongue lacerations
The patient has a gag reflex
Providing positive pressure ventilation with 100% oxygen
Providing high concentration oxygen by a nonrebreather mask
Beginning a cycle of chest compressions
Monitoring respirations only
The quality of the respiration
The time of the respiration's
The rate of the respiration's
The rhythm of the respiration's
Fluid or vomitus in her upper airway
Her tongue blocking her nasal airway.
The drugs going into her lungs instead of her stomach.
A complete obstruction of her trachea, preventing air movement to her lungs.
He is in imminent danger of airway obstruction
He should receive oral glucose
He is drunk and needs no specific treatment
He is at risk for aspiration pneumonia