When you check for breathing, you should:
a. Watch the casualty's chest to see if it rises and falls.
b. Listen for sounds of breathing.
Feel for any exhaled breath blowing against your face.
d. All of the above.
What are three indicators that a nasopharyngeal airway should be inserted?
What should you do with the nasopharyngeal tube before inserting it into the
a. Lubricate the outside of the tube with antibacterial ointment.
b. Rub the outside of the tube with an iodine solution.
Pour alcohol through the inside of the tube.
d. Lubricate the outside of the tube with water or sterile lubricating jelly.
e. None of the above; the tube is inserted as is.
Normally, the nasopharyngeal tube is inserted into the casualty's _______ nostril.