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what is the most common breathing emergency? Respiratory distress
Without oxygen how long will it take for brain cells to begin to die? 4 to 6 minutes
what is one signal of respiratory distress? Victem short of breath
What occurs when breathing is faster than normal? Hyperventilation
What might people alergic to bee stings carry? anaphylaxis kit
what is the most common cause of airway emergencies? airway obstruction
what is one signal of respiratory distress in a child? agitation
what is a way of breathing air into a victems lungs to supply that person with oxyen? rescue breaths
what is it called when breathing stops? respiratory arrest
what does air in the stomach cause? gastric distention
people that have part of their upper airway removed breath through what? a stoma
What is the effective was to clear the airway obstruction in an adult or child? 5 back blows by 5 abdominal thrusts
inhalation of blood,vomit or other foreign matirials into the lungs is called what? aspirate
disease where the lungs and aveoli lose their abilitly to exchange carbon dioxide & oxygen emphysema
what is a common signal of asthma? wheezing
what is the condition resulting in inflammation of the lining of the trechea? Bronchitis
one signal for a victem in resperatory distress is what? skin color
what does a breathing barrier protect you from? blood&body fluids
one reason the stop cpr is? EMS arrives
when giving rescue breaths to an infant what is the rate? 1 breath every 3 seconds
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