You have checked the casualtys pulse for the first time and found that his

You have checked the casualtys pulse for the first

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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 is true a. You should check the casualty’s pulse again after one minute, then once every minute thereafter 390. In which of the following cases would mouth-to-nose ventilations probably be preferred to mouth-to-mouth ventilations when performing rescue breathing a. Casualty has a broken jaw 391. Which of the following describes what happens during a normal inhalation a. The diaphragm flattens and the rib cage rises 392. You walk into a room and see that the only other person in the room is standing with a scared look on his face. When he sees you, he quickly places his hands around his throat, but doesn’t say anything. What is he trying to indicate a. He is choking 393. Of the following factors, which is most likely to result in a person having a heart attack a. The person is a heavy cigarette smoker 394. You are eating in the dining hall when a soldier near you jumps up and begins coughing forcefully. As he coughs he says, “Got something caught in my throat!” What should you do a. Tell the soldier to keep coughing 395. You come upon a rescuer performing one-rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an unconscious adult casualty and identify yourself to the rescuer. What should you do in switching from one-rescuer CPR to two rescuer CPR a. Kneel at the casualty’s head and prepare to administer chest compressions 396. You are going to open the airway of a child using the modified head-tilt/chin-lift technique. How should you prepare to lift the child’s chin a. Place one or two fingers under the bony part of the child’s chin 397. You are going to administer the two initial ventilations to an adult casualty using the mouth-to-mouth method. Which of the following procedures is correct a. Pinch the casualty’s nostril closed and blow two full breaths into his mouth, then release his nostrils 398. What is the proper placement of the automated external defibrillator (AED) pads on the patient’s chest a. One pad to the right of the sternum just below the clavicle and the other pad on the left chest with the top of the pad two to three inches below the armpit 399. When checking for a pulse in an adult or child, you will normally use the carotid artery. What location will you probably use if the casualty is an infant a. The artery between the infant’s shoulder and elbow 400. You have found an unconscious adult casualty who is not breathing. When you administered two initial breaths, the casualty’s chest rose and fell. What should you do next a. Check for a pulse
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401. When performing chest compressions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult casualty, where should the heel of your bottom hand be located a. Over the bottom half of the casualty’s sternum 402. The ____ is initiated by unit personnel and used by military personnel reporting to sick call a. DD Form 689 403. In the rubber dam application of the four-handed method of dentistry, who ties the
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