First Responder Practice Test
High pressure regulator.
Peak flow regulator.
Continuous flow regulator.
there is no need to create a seal due to the child's smaller lung volume.
close the patient's mouth and breath only through their nose.
place your mouth over the infants nose and mouth to create an airtight seal.
pinch the patient's nostrils shut and place your mouth over their mouth creating an airtight seal.
activate the emergency response system and get the AED.
begin ventilating the patient.
automatically begin chest compressions.
check for a pulse.
2 or 3 fingers.
1 finger only.
your thumb and 1 finger.
just your thumb.
help with bag mask ventilation.
help with simple face mask ventilation.
help the second rescuer by going to get the AED.
stand by and maintain scene safety.
Inability to speak.
Clutching the neck.
use the jaw thrust maneuver.
use the head tilt chin lift maneuver.
position the patient on their side.
insert a bite stick.
Have the patient's mother hold the mask close to his face.
hold the mask to his face while diverting his attention.
Put the straps of the mask on tighter.
Restrain the patients hands by tying them to the stretcher.
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