Don't Bother Taking This First-Aid Quiz If You're Not Certified In CPR

Can you save a life?

., pamela anderson as cj parker, Baywatch, tv
 Aug 13, 2018
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Question: 1/18Choose Your Answer:

What are the "3 C's"?
Check, call, cough
Caution, call, care
Check, call, care

Question: 2/18Choose Your Answer:

When do you call 9-1-1?
At any time a person needs it
No heartbeat, no breathing, significant blood loss, fire, stroke
You don't, you've got this!

Question: 3/18Choose Your Answer:

When would you give care first?
If its a broken bone
If the situation is a respiratory emergency
If no one else can do it

Question: 4/18Choose Your Answer:

What is the ratio of compressions to breaths in one person CPR?

Question: 5/18Choose Your Answer:

What are the types of consent?
Expressed, cautioned
Examined, implied
Expressed, implied

Question: 6/18Choose Your Answer:

How do you treat victims with agonal breathing?
Treat as if there is shallow breathing
Treat as if there is normal breathing
Treat as if there is no breathing at all

Question: 7/18Choose Your Answer:

What is the ratio of compressions to breaths in two person CPR on children and infants?

Question: 8/18Choose Your Answer:

How do you check adult/child consciousness?
Slap them in the face
Pound on their backs
Tap shoulder and shout

Question: 9/18Choose Your Answer:

How long do you give rescue breaths for?
Ten minutes
Five minutes
Two minutes

Question: 10/18Choose Your Answer:

How many beats per minute should your compressions be?

Question: 11/18Choose Your Answer:

How do you treat a drowning victim?
Shake them
Slap their backs
Give two rescue breaths first

Question: 12/18Choose Your Answer:

What is the max amount of time you should spend checking for breathing/pulse?
30 seconds
10 seconds
1 minute

Question: 13/18Choose Your Answer:

What do you have to do before giving care to a child?
Call 911
Get parental consent

Question: 14/18Choose Your Answer:

Where do you check for pulse in an adult/child?
Neck, wrist

Question: 15/18Choose Your Answer:

If a person (adult or child) is conscious and appears to have a fully obstructed airway, what should you do?
Give 5 back blows, then 5 abdominal thrusts
Give 10 back blows, then 10 abdominal thrusts
Give 30 back blows, then 30 abdominal thrusts

Question: 16/18Choose Your Answer:

What is the very first thing you do before you give care?
Call 9-1-1
Check that the scene is safe
Get consent

Question: 17/18Choose Your Answer:

How do you prevent disease transmission?
Wash your hands
Wear proper personal protective equipment
Hold your breath

Question: 18/18Choose Your Answer:

What is the first link in the cardiac chain of survival?
Early defibrillation
Early recognition and early access to EMS system
Early CPR | Quiz Facts

Were you ever a lifeguard? Do you know first aid? Are you quick on your feet in a stressful situation? Do you know under what circumstances you should perform CPR? Do you know the steps in performing CPR? Do you think you know how to save a life in nearly every emergency situation involving unconsciousness, respiratory or heart- related ailments? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you might just be certified in CPR, and you'll probably be able to ace this quiz!

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can help save a life during a cardiac or breathing emergency. However, even after extensive training, remembering the steps to take and administering them in an emergency correctly can be a challenge.

Sure, you may be great in action, but you have yet to prove your mettle here! To do so, answer these eighteen fun and challengingquestions on what it takes to perform CPR and what expected of you during an emergency!

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