Noisy or painful breathing.
Unusually deep or shallow breathing.
Changes in skin color.
All of the above.
Give 2 slow rescue breaths.
Do a foreign object look/removal.
Give back blows and abdominal thrusts.
Lower the person to the floor and open the airway.
A heart-related emergency.
A cold-related emergency.
A heart attack.
15 compressions for every 3 breaths.
15 compressions for every 1 breath.
30 compressions for every 2 breaths.
30 compressions for every 1 breath.
After the first minute, then every other minute thereafter.
CPR should not be interrupted or stopped until an AED is ready to use, another trained responder takes over or you see an obvious sign of life.
After every minute (or after every 4 cycles of compressions and breaths).
After the first minute, then not again until EMS personnel arrive.
CPR prevents heart attacks.
With early CPR, most cardiac arrest victims do not need defibrillation.
It helps circulate the blood that contains oxygen to the vital organs until an AED is ready to use or advanced medical personnel arrive.
It helps restart the heart.
The scene is determined to be safe.
The person's condition worsens.
You are too exhausted to continue.
You need to call 911 or the local emergency number for advice on a nonlife-threatening condition.
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