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lesson 3

QuestionAnswer
What does AVPU stand for? airway,verbal
If someone responds to a command you give them, where would you place them on the AVPU scale? A
What does ABC stand for? Air,breathing,Circulation.
What do you do for the A in ABC? what is the official term for this? Air.
What do you do for the B in ABC? Breathing .
What is the physiology of the technique used for A in ABC? mainly for airway .
what is the anatomy of the technique used in the A from ABC? to help food get out.
What is an Agonal breath? last breath victim takes.
What is the order of the spine, in order from top to bottom? cervical,thersic,lumbar,s.
If someone lost function from the chest down, they most likely injured what section of the spine? cervical.
What is quadriple? part of the brain.
What is the #1 cause of spinal energy? car wrecks
What position do you put a person in if they vomit or you hsve to leage on there side
Created by: chris123456789 on 2013-02-15



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