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What is the difference between respiratory distress and respiratory arrest? Respiratory arrest is when you are in a cardiac arrest phase and respiratory distress is when your body becomes weak, almost unresponsive.
The word respiratory refers to what part of the body? Usually the middle or upper part of the stomach.
When caring for an conscious person, choking person you give ____________ followed by _____________? First blank:back blows. second blank:small thrust to the stomach.
What muscle do you push on when caring for the unconscious choking person and why? The elastic muscle because it forces air into your lungs.
Why should you bend the person over in a 90 degree angle when doing the step from #3 above? so the food wont go back down the throat.
Created by: chris123456789