How Well Do You Know The CPR Guidelines?

Test your knowledge of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) by taking a look at some of the topics covered in a typical American Heart Association CPR course...

Carpenter CPR Solutions
On Mar 28, 2015
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You come across an adult victim on the ground. The scene appears safe. What is your FIRST response?

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You are starting CPR on a victim. What is the first thing you do?

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You are performing CPR on an adult victim and an Automated External Defibrillator arrives. What is the immediate next step for you to take?

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You are performing CPR by yourself on a child, what is the correct chest compression to breathing ratio?

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You are giving breaths to an adult victim. How much air should be given?

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You are assisting an adult choking victim, when they collapse to the ground. What is the next thing you do?

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When performing CPR, it is important to push fast- but how fast?

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Sometimes, there may be pauses between chest compressions. What is an acceptable amount of time to be off the chest of the victim?

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You are doing chest compressions on an adult victim. How deep should you be pushing?

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Where do you put your hands when doing chest compressions?

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