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1 What is the rate of compressions for child CPR?

90-100 compressions per minute.
100-120 compressions per minute.
110-130 compressions per minute.
120-140 compressions per minute

2 Where do you check for a pulse on an unresponsive child?

Femoral artery.
Radial artery.
Brachial artery
Carotid artery

3 Proper technique when using a BVM to ventilate an apneic 5 year old child is to?

deliver a tidal volume of at least 500 ml.
deliver each breath over one second until visible chest rise occurs.
hyper-extend the neck to ensure a patent airway
ventilate at a rate between 30-40 breaths per minute

4 You are performing CPR on a 5 year old child, a bystander hands you an AED but is unwilling to assist. When you open the AED you find that there are no pediatric pads, only adult pads. You should?

use the adult pads.
send the bystander to find another AED with pediatric pads.
cut the adult pads to fit the child's chest
do CPR only as adult pads should never be used on a child.

5 The correct ratio of compressions to ventilations when doing single rescuer CPR on a child is?

15 compressions to 2 breaths
30 compressions to 2 breaths
Continuous compressions and ventilate once every 6 seconds
30 compression to 15 breaths

6 The correct ratio of compressions to ventilations when doing two rescuer CPR on a child is?

15 compressions to 2 breaths
30 compressions to 2 breaths
Continuous compressions and ventilate once every 6 seconds
30 compression to 15 breaths

7 When performing rescue breathing for an apneic child with a pulse, how often should you ventilate?

1 breath every 5 to 6 seconds for 10-12 breaths per minute
1 breath every 3 to 5 seconds for 12-20 breath per minute
i breath every 4 to 5 seconds for 12 to 15 breaths per minute.
1 breath every 2 to 3 seconds for 20-30 breaths per minute

8 What is the proper depth of compressions when performing CPR on a child?

no less than one half of the anterior posterior diameter of the chest (no less than 8 cm)
at least one-third of the anterior-posterior diameter of the chest (about 2 inches or 5 cm)
2 to 3 inches at a rate of 100 to 120 beats per minute
The compression depth is the same for infants, children and adults

9 If a child is unresponsive with a pulse less than 60 beats per minute you should?

Start CPR at the normal rate and depth
begin rescue breathing at a rate of one breath every 3-5 seconds
start CPR at a rate of 60 beats per minute to equal 120 beats per minute total
place the patient in the recovery position

10 For the purposes of CPR a child is defined as?

adolescence
School age
form 6years to 12 years of age.
from one year of age until the onset of puberty


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Authors Tracy Villanueva, Josh Hantke
Published 2021
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