You come across an adult victim on the ground. The scene appears safe. What is your FIRST response?
Tap and shout "Are you OK?"
Look around for someone to help. If no one is around, go get help yourself
Immediately start mouth to mouth breathing
You are starting CPR on a victim. What is the first thing you do?
Place your hands in the center of the chest and start pushing!
Open the airway and give 2 breaths...
Move the victim to a recovery position
Kick the victim just to be sure first
You are performing CPR on an adult victim and an Automated External Defibrillator arrives. What is the immediate next step for you to take?
Perform abdominal thrusts twice, then open the AED case
Turn on the AED
Continue CPR until you finish your cycle
Immediately give 2 breaths, then open the AED case
You are performing CPR by yourself on a child, what is the correct chest compression to breathing ratio?
You are giving breaths to an adult victim. How much air should be given?
Just a little, enough to see the chest rise up only
I am hands-only all the way!
Tiny puff only, you should not even see the chest move
Fill it up, give 'em plenty!
You are assisting an adult choking victim, when they collapse to the ground. What is the next thing you do?
Look in the mouth and perform a blind finger sweep
Start pushing on the stomach!
It is time to call the ambulance!
Start CPR by pushing on the chest
When performing CPR, it is important to push fast- but how fast?
ABOUT 100 beats per minute...
AT LEAST 100 beats per minute
At least 80 beats per minute
About 125 beats per minute- you know, like the song?
Sometimes, there may be pauses between chest compressions. What is an acceptable amount of time to be off the chest of the victim?
No more than 30 seconds at a time
No pauses are ever ok! Never stop compressions
No more than 20 seconds at a time
No more than 10 seconds
You are doing chest compressions on an adult victim. How deep should you be pushing?
At least an inch and a half deep
At least 2 inches
About one inch
Where do you put your hands when doing chest compressions?
Right between the collarbones
Just above the stomach, on the xiphoid process
Right in the middle, on the lower half of the breastbone
On the left side of the chest, right where the heart should be!