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1. The PALS provider must be able to identify all of the following cardiac rhythms EXCEPT:Correct
Third Degree Heart BlockIncorrect
2. You arrive on the scene where a child is unresponsive with gasping breaths. After calling for help, the most appropriate intervention is to:CorrectIncorrect
3. You come upon a scene and find a child who has collapsed. The child is responsive and breathing. The next appropriate intervention is to:Correct
Perform the primary assessmentIncorrect
4. You come upon a scene and find a child who has collapsed. The child is not responsive but has a heart rate of 84. The next appropriate intervention is to:Correct
Begin rescue breathing.Incorrect
5. In the intervention stage of the Evaluate-Identify-Intervene sequence, interventions may include:CorrectIncorrect
6. When doing the Primary Assessment of an infant, the provider knows that simple measures to maintain an open airway include all of the following EXCEPT:Correct
Extend the neck as far as possible.Incorrect
7. The normal respiratory rate for a 5 year old child is:CorrectIncorrect
8. When evaluating a child’s heart rate and rhythm, the provider must consider the child’s:Correct
All of the aboveIncorrect
9. Clinical signs of respiratory distress may include all of the following EXCEPT:Correct
Warm, pink skin.Incorrect
10. Late and ominous signs of respiratory failure include all of the following EXCEPT:Correct