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what is the difference betwwen respiratory distress and respiratory arrest? Respiratory distress- when someone is struggling to get air. Respiratory arrest- Not getting any air.
The word respiartory refers to what part of the body? Lungs
When caring for a conscious, choking person you give _________ followed by _________ them 5 back blows followed by upper abdominal thrusts
What muscle do you push up on when caring for a conscious choking person and why? diaphragm because when you push it, it's forcing air out of the lungs to push the object out .
Why should you bend the person over in a 90 degree angle when doing a step from #3 above? You bend the person over because it helps get whatever the object is out.
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