Exercises for Lesson 7
Select the letter of the response that BEST completes the statement or BEST answers the question. After you have completed all of the exercises, turn to "Solutions to Exercises" at the end of the lesson exercises and check your answers.
For each exercise that you answered incorrectly, reread the material referenced after the solution.
1. A choking child has harsh, high-pitched noises while attempting to breathe. You should:
3. thrusts are preferred for clearing the airway of a child.
4. You have administered five abdominal thrusts in an unsuccessful effort to remove an airway obstruction in an unconscious child. What should you do next?
5. When administering backblows to an infant, the infant is positioned:
6. thrusts are used to clear the airway of an infant.
8. You are going to administer chest thrusts in an effort to expel an obstruction in an infant's airway. When you press down with your fingertips, the sternum should be depressed about:
9. You are going to administer chest thrusts in an effort to expel an obstruction in an infant's airway. The fingertips should be placed:
10. You have unsuccessfully attempted to ventilate an unconscious infant. You should now:
Solutions to Exercises for Lesson 7
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