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EOsborne CPR Test

Condition that results from the progressive failure of the bodys systems is called? Shock
Without oxygen cells begin to die within how many minutes? Four to six
Universal sign of choking is? Hands on throat
Most common respiratory emergency is? Airway obstruction
One type of respiratory emergency is? Anatomical
Anatomical means? Throat blocked by the tongue
Another type of common respiratory emergency is? Mechanical
Mechanical means? Foreign object blocking airway
When do you stop CPR? Victim shows sign of life
How many back blows do you deliver with a concious victim? Five
P.C.A.A stands for? Prevention CPR Access 911 Advanced care
When a choking patient goes unconcious you immediately start? CPR
If a person cannot cough, breathe or speak, what do you assume? Airway is obstructed
Respiratory can be caused by? Illness, heart attack and drugs
Asthma is caused by? Respiratory distress
If there is slow or rapid breathing, gasping and skin is flushed or pale on the victim you can assume? Respiratory distress
If you are alone and choking you can thrust yourself aainst? A chair
In respiratory arrest breathing? Stops
Signal of respiratory distress is? absence of breathing
Air in the stomach means? Gastric distention
How will someone with a stoma receive CPR? Mouth to stoma
Created by: Eosborne2011