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BLS Practice Exams (Easy) - Part 3
What is the best position to perform chest thrusts on a pregnant patient?
On her back
On her left side
On her right side
What is the correct position to perform abdominal thrusts on a child?
Standing in front of the child
Standing behind the child with one foot in front of the other
Kneeling in front of the child
Kneeling on the left side of the child
Which of the following is the most common cause of choking?
Eating large pieces of food, chewing incompletely
Eating while driving
Drinking water fast
You're having dinner and notice a man at another table gasping for air. He places his hands to his throat. What is probably happening?
The man is choking
The man is having a heart attack
The man is having a cardiac arrest
The man is having a stroke
What is the best way to prevent choking?
1 breath every 10-12 seconds
1 breath every 5-6 seconds
1 breath every 3-5 seconds
2 breaths every 5-6 seconds
Chew your food properly
Keep small objects out of reach of children.
All of the above
What is the compressions to ventilation ratio for unconscious infant choking?
5 compressions, 5 rescue breaths
3 compressions, 1 rescue breath
10 compressions, 2 rescue breath
30 compressions, 2 rescue breaths
How should you open the airway of an unconscious choking infant?
Head tilt and chin lift
Head tilt and jaw thrust
Lift the chin
What depth should you press when giving chest thrust to an infant?
1 1/2 inches
What part of your hand do you use when you are performing chest thrusts on an infant?
Which of the following is a symptom of stroke?
Pain in the legs
The RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) procedure is used to treat
What's the correct treatment for Frostbite?
Place the victim close to a heat source, such as a heater
Soak the affected areas in warm water
Use a hair dryer to heat frozen fingers
Use a tourniquet to isolate affected areas
What is the most common cause of fainting?
Exposure to a hot environment
Being in a crowded location
Feeling intense emotion
How can you stop a nosebleed?
Taking a deep breath
Applying ice to the nose
Pinching the nostrils together while sitting with the head slightly forward
Sneezing the blood
Accidental needle sticks can expose HCPs to
Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV
ABC, DEF, GHI, and JKL
Germs are not transferred through needle sticks
What is the best way to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens while giving first aid care?
Using personal protective equipment
Not touching the victim
Wearing a pocket mask
Wearing any type of gloves
What's the first thing you should do if exposed to another person's blood?
Go to the clinic
Wipe the blood with a clean cloth
Wash the exposed area with soap and warm water.
What is the bloodborne disease that causes AIDS?
Which bloodborne pathogen infection is preventable through vaccination?
Which of the following is true about a bag-mask device?
It is a device that delivers air under positive pressure into the lungs.
It is a device that you can connect to an oxygen supply.
It is a device that should be preferred over mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
All of the above.
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