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1. If the newborn’s heart rate is still below 60 bpm despite ventilation and chest compressions, what is the most appropriate next step?Correct
2. True or False: The APGAR score should be used to determine the need for resuscitation.Correct
3. If a high-risk delivery is anticipated, what is the least number of skilled persons, whose only responsibility is resuscitation and the management of the baby, who should be present at the delivery?Correct
4. When suctioning the baby’s nose and mouth, which should be suctioned first?Correct
5. What is a possible consequence of ventilation with high pressure and/or rate?Correct
6. True or False: A pop-off valve opens to limit the pressure being transmitted to the newborn.Correct
7. Which of the following CANNOT be used to effectively deliver free-flow oxygen?Correct
8. During the initial stages of neonatal resuscitation, at what rate should breaths be delivered when providing positive pressure ventilation?Correct
60 to 80 breaths per minuteIncorrect
9. True or False: Care should be taken to prevent hyperextension or flexion of the neck, since either may restrict air entry.Correct
10. If a newborn has copious secretions coming from the mouth, how should they be cleared?Correct