In the head-tilt/chin-lift method of opening a casualty's airway, one hand is used to
press on his forehead. How is the thumb on the opposite hand used?
a. Lift the casualty's chin by hooking the thumb under the casualty's jaw.
b. Hook over the casualty's bottom teeth to ensure a good grip on his chin.
Press against the casualty's nose to seal off his nostrils.
d. Keep the casualty's lower lip depressed, if needed.
When performing the head-tilt/chin-lift method of opening a casualty's airway, you
__________ allow your fingers to press deeply in the soft tissues under the chin.
b. Should not.
When performing a jaw thrust on a casualty lying on the ground, your elbows
should be resting on the:
a. Casualty's chest.
b. Casualty's abdomen.
When turning a casualty, one of your hands is used to support the casualty's head
and neck. What should you do with the other hand.
a. Reach across the casualty's chest, grab under the casualty's arm, and pull the
casualty toward you.
b. Place your hand under the casualty's side that is nearest to you and push the
casualty away from you.