Wipe off the face or cover with a shirtCompression only CPRGo and get helpDo not initiate resuscitationTest 4Q:1-You are performing single person CPR. The AED (automatic external defibrillator) advises a shock. After the shock is delivered what is the next immediate step?Call for helpResume CPR with chest compressionsCheck for a pulseResume ventilationQ:2-What is the main difference in care when finding an unresponsive adult versus an unresponsivechild if you must leave the person to activate EMS?There is no difference.Perform CPR first when with an adult; go for help first when with a child.Perform two minutes of CPR when with a child, then go for help; call for help immediately when
First Aid CPR Practice Testwith an adult.It depends on the age of the child.Q:3-You are a daycare provider and find a three-year-old child unresponsive. She had laid down fora nap because she was not feeling well. When you checked on her, she was not breathing and appeared blue. You are by yourself. What is the first step in managing this case?Do back blows.Do a blind finger sweep.Call 911.Deliver two minutes of CPR.Q:4-You are attempting to relieve choking in an infant. The infant now becomes unresponsive. What is the next step?Leave the infant to get help.Do a blind finger sweep.Begin CPR.Do abdominal thrusts.Q:5-At what age is it necessary to use the child AED pads if available?171614Up until pubertyQ:6-The proper steps for operating an AED are:Power on the AED, attach electrode pads, shock the person, and analyze the rhythmPower on the AED, attach electrode pads, analyze the rhythm, and shock the personGo and gePower on the AED, analyze the rhythm, attach electrode pads, and shock the personjPower on the AED, shock the person, attach electrode pads, and analyze the rhythmQ:7-Which of the following symptoms and signs may occur in patients with heat exhaustion?Mark one answer:ConfusionUnresponsivenessSweatingAll of the Above
First Aid CPR Practice TestQ:8-Which of the following increases the risk of hypothermia?Mark one answer:Old ageVery young ageUse of alcoholAll of the aboveQ:9-Which of the following should the first aid provider do when helping a victim with a snakebite?Do not remove jewelry or clothing in the area of the bite.If a person is bit on the arm, elevate the arm about the level of the heart.If the snake is still there, back away and approach from another direction to offer help.Suck the venom from the snakebite.Q:10-Which of the following is true of moving a victim?You should never move a person who is injured.The recovery position places the victim’s mouth upward to allow them to breathe.In the recovery position, the top leg props up the body with the knee.If a person is vomiting, roll them on their stomach.