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1. If an infant victim has a pulse but is not breathing, you may decide to do rescue breathing only. For this infant victim, you should provide a breath:Correct
Every 3-5 secondsIncorrect
Every 3-5 seconds
2. On an infant, if you are the lone rescuer, you should perform compressions:Correct
Using two fingers just below the nipple lineIncorrect
Using two fingers just below the nipple line
3. The best place to check for an infant’s pulse is:Correct
The brachial artery in the upper armIncorrect
The brachial artery in the upper arm
4. If two rescuers are performing CPR for a 10-month-old infant, the ratio of compressions to breaths is:Correct
15 compressions: 2 breathsIncorrect
15 compressions: 2 breaths
5. If you have 2 rescuers for an infant victim, you should use:Correct
Two thumbs on the sternum to deliver compressionsIncorrect
Two thumbs on the sternum to deliver compressions
6. You and a friend are walking when you see a child collapse in front of you. There are no hazards around. You assess the child and determine that he is unconscious and is not breathing. You should direct your friend to:Correct
Activate the emergency response systemIncorrect
Activate the emergency response system
7. You cannot use an adult AED on an infant.CorrectIncorrect
8. When performing rescue breathing, each breath should last:Correct
9. Children typically have a cardiac arrest after they have experienced respiratory failure.Correct
10. When doing mouth-to-mouth breathing for a small child or infant, it is acceptable to cover the victim’s mouth and nose with your mouth to form an airtight seal.Correct