bloodborne pathogen transmission when
such as disposable gloves and a breathing
barrier, when providing care.
and begins to make wheezing noises. After you
obtain consent to provide care, his mother informs
you that he has a history of asthma, but does not
have his inhaler nearby. What care should
and place the victim into a position that
child suddenly clutches his throat with both hands.
You ask him if he is choking and he frantically nods
yes. You activate your facility’s emergency action
plan (EAP). You identify yourself as a lifeguard and
obtain consent from the parents. What should you
5 back blows and 5 abdominal thrusts.
adult on the floor in the locker room. You activate
your facility’s EAP, size-up the scene and perform
a primary assessment. You find the victim is not
moving or breathing, but has a pulse. You should
summon EMS personnel, then:
be injured. Before approaching the victim, which of
the following will you not do as you size-up
of the following should you do first?
performing CPR on an adult. When performing
chest compressions, how deeply should you
compress the chest?
attack. Which of the following would you do first?
the heart rhythm.
CPR, which of the following is most appropriate?
lifeguard arrives. Which of the following is most
appropriate for the second lifeguard to do first?
when giving ventilations to protect you and the
victim from disease transmission?
worker who has fallen off the top of a ladder. The
victim is conscious. Which of the following should
you do first?
other, such as with a small child or an infant, you should:
the other on the back.
the scene is safe. When performing a primary
assessment, which of the following would you
bag-valve-mask resuscitators (BVMs) is
5-year-old boy using a resuscitation mask. You
should give 1 ventilation about every:
should compress at a rate of at least how many
compressions per minute?
Which of the following is appropriate?
when you notice that the victim has several body
piercings with jewelry on his chest. Which of the
following should you do?
avoid the jewelry.
two-rescuer CPR for an infant is:
should you do next?
choking on some food. The victim becomes
unconscious. Which of the following should you
open his airway.
chest compressions to an infant during CPR?
who is choking, which of the following is
life-threatening conditions and speak with
the victim to find out what happened.
severely. After summoning EMS personnel,
obtaining consent and putting on disposable
gloves, what is your next care step?
dressing and bandage.
taking a brief history is to use the acronym
SAMPLE. What does the A in SAMPLE stand for?
water until the seizure ends.
guard station suddenly collapse. As you check
the scene, you notice several people who appear
injured. Who should you approach first?
does RICE stand for?