What do you do after the shock is delivered using the automated external

What do you do after the shock is delivered using the

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What do you do after the shock is delivered using the automated external defibrillator (AED) a. Begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation 362. You are administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) chest compression to an unconscious adult casualty. How should you position the casualty a. On a firm surface with his arms at his sides 363. You are administering rescue breathing to an adult casualty. You have checked the casualty’s pulse for the first time and found that his heart is still beating. Which of the following statements are true
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a. You should check the casualty’s pulse again after one minute, then once every minute thereafter 364. You are going to administer an abdominal thrust to a standing adult casualty who is choking. Where should you place your hands a. Slightly above the casualty’s navel 365. You have administered five abdominal thrusts in an effort to remove an airway obstruction in an unconscious child. What should you do next a. Perform a jaw-tongue lift and perform a visual check for the obstruction 366. You are preparing to administer chest thrusts in order to remove an airway obstruction in an adult casualty who is unconscious. On what area of the casualty’s body will you place your hands a. Over the lower half of the sternum, but above the xiphoid process 367. Which of the following is a true statement concerning a heart attack a. The pain may last for a couple of minutes and then seem to go away 368. You are performing one-rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult casualty. The casualty’s stomach region began to swell and interfere with your ventilation efforts. Readjust the casualty’s airway did not help. What should you do a. Adjust the amount of air delivered during ventilations and consider advanced procedures to correct the problem 369. Which of the following describes a proper placement of the rescuer’s hands for administering modified abdominal thrusts to an unconscious adult casualty a. Place the heel of one hand over the compression site, place your other hand on top of the first hand, and extend the fingers of both hands away from the body 370. You are preparing to administer rescue breathing to a child with a head injury from an automobile accident. How should you open the child’s airway a. Use the modified jaw-thrust technique 371. You are going to treat an adult casualty in need of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). When should you first call for help a. As soon as you determine that the casualty is unconscious 372. When two-rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is performed on an uunconscious adult, what does the rescuer at the casualty’s head do a. Administers ventilations and checks the pulse 373. You have just come upon an adult casualty lying on his back. He does not respond when you check him for consciousness. In addition, you see fluid draining from his ears. The casualty is probably suffering from which of the following a. A head or spinal injury 374. You are preparing to open the airway of an adult casualty who does NOT appear to have a neck or spinal injury. Which of the following methods of opening the airway should you use
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