You are beginning to administer rescue breathing. You should begin by:
a. Administering one full breath.
b. Administering two full breaths.
Administering five full breaths.
d. Administering 15 quick breaths.
After administering the initial ventilation(s) in rescue breathing and determining
that the chest rises and falls, you should:
a. Begin CPR.
b. Continue administering ventilations.
Check for a pulse.
d. Go to seek medical help.
Once rescue breathing has been initiated, ventilations should be administered at a
rate of :
a. One breath every 5 seconds.
b. Two breaths every 3-4 seconds.
Five breaths every minute.
d. Fifteen breaths every 9-10 seconds.
You are administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation to a casualty on the
battlefield. Your squad leader tells you that you must move out and to stop
performing CPR. You feel that you can still continue your CPR efforts. What
should you do?
a. Continue administering CPR.
b. Ask your squad leader to obtain a medical opinion from a physician.
Follow you squad leader's instructions.