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To assist you with completing this assessment module please refer to the following attachment:
Which of the following statements applies to a qualified first aider?
What should you do to debrief if you experience stress after administering CPR/first aid?
Risk of cross infection can be reduced by:
When managing an unconscious person who is breathing, it is important to:
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 8 - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
CPR is performed at the ratio of:
For further information refer to The Australian Resuscitation Council guideline glossary for CHILD and click on ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway
When resuscitating an infant (child under one year) the position of the head should be:
You are performing CPR on a child when they begin to vomit. Your immediate reaction should be:
A person has been rescued from the water; they are unconscious and not breathing. What steps should you take:
For further information refer to The Australian Resuscitation Council guideline glossary for AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR (AED) and click on ANZCOR Guideline 7 - External automated defibrillation in basic life support
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is used when you find a person in which of the following conditions:
How can you assess for normal breathing in an unconscious casualty?:
Congratulations, you have successfully completed the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Theory Assessment.
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