Sampling of 20 questions found on the certification exam

1
What are some of the symptoms of a sudden cardiac arrest?*

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After your lunch break at the office, you believe you are the first to come back but later notice your colleague lying down on the floor. They are unresponsive and foaming on the mouth. Based on this scenario, you are not comfortable performing CPR. What is the next best step you will take instead?*
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In adherence to the universal precautions when performing CPR or First Aid, which of the following set represents the appropriate protective equipment?
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When performing CPR, what is the recommended rate of chest compressions?*
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Which set of procedures summarizes what CPR is?*
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Which of the following depicts the actual differences in CPR for an adult, child, and infant?*
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For 1-rescuer CPR, the recommended compressions to breathe ratio is 30:2. In 2-rescuer CPR situations, the compressions to breaths ratio should be 30:2, then 15:2 and 15:2*
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If someone suffers cardiac arrest, how long should you take before starting CPR?*
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What is the first thing rescuers need to do when they arrive at the scene of an emergency before they assess the patient and start CPR?*
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What are the compressions to breaths ratio in 2-rescuer CPR for children?*
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What is the compression to breaths ratio in child CPR involving a lone rescuer?*
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Why is it important to let the chest recoil before proceeding when giving compressions?*
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13
What is the appropriate position to place AED pads on an infant?*
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14
Which of the following order best describes how to operate an Automated External Defibrillator properly?*
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15
CAB in CPR stands for?*
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In infant rescue techniques, how can you check for the baby's responsiveness?*
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If there is no response from the victim, what should you do?*
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18
While performing CPR, interruptions to chest compressions should be limited to:*
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19
When helping an unconscious adult victim who doesn't seem to be breathing, how do you open their airway in readiness for the rescue breaths?*
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How many rescue breaths are involved in a 2-rescuer CPR for an adult scenario if an advanced airway is in place?*
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