You are inserting a nasopharyngeal tube into the casualty's nostril when
a. Continue inserting the tube.
b. Begin twisting the tube so that it slides around the blockage.
Remove the tube and insert it into the nostril again.
d. Remove the tube and insert it into the other nostril.
Upon successfully inserting a nasopharyngeal airway, the flange of the airway
a. Inserted as far as possible into the casualty's nostril.
b. Against the outer part of the casualty's nostril.
About half an inch from the outside of the casualty's nostril.
d. About an inch from the outside of the casualty's nostril.
You have inserted a nasopharyngeal airway. How should you position the
a. On his back.
b. On his stomach.
On his side.
You are going to perform mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing while maintaining an
open airway using the head-tilt/chin-lift. You should seal the casualty's nostrils by