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First Aid theory assessment - HLTAID003

Module 1: Resuscitation and Airway

 

 

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Assessment submissions:
This theory assessment has 4 modules. You must achieve 100% in all modules to successfully complete the assessment.
 As you successfully complete each module, you will receive a link to continue until all modules have been completed. 
The pass rate for this assessment is 100%. Should you require assistance please contact Revive2Survive on firstaid@revive2survive.com.au or 1300 000 112.

Module 1: Resuscitation and Airway
Module 2: Medical Emergencies
Module 3: Bleeds, Burns and Wounds
Module 4: Safety & Legal / Environment


Tips for completing this assessment: 
Please make sure that when you attempt this assessment you have allowed appropriate time to research the answers, and you are in a quiet area where you will not be interrupted. If you do not achieve 100% please re-read the questions again carefully - sometimes trying to finish the assessment quickly can result in inaccuracies. For information on answering these theory questions please click on the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guideline link. All rights reserved. No part of this assessment may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of Revive2Survive First Aid.


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Declaration:
 I declare that all work in this assessment is my own. Answers provided are the result of my own study and/or prior knowledge. I understand that it is a serious legal and ethical violation to breach this obligation. I agree that Revive2Survive takes no responsibility or liability for non-completion of the assessment, which may result in any loss, cost, damage, injury or expense that may be incurred or suffered as a result. I agree to and understand all requirements outlined in the Assessment Policy.
Identity Validation: It is a requirement of this training course that the identity of the person completing this assessment can be verified. Please see instructions below:

- From the list below, select the type of photo ID document that you will use to verify your identity.
- Enter the last three digits of your document in the space below.
- Bring the same photo ID to the course.
- Your trainer will record the last three numbers of your photo ID to verify that the person who completed the assessment is the person attending the course.

Select a photo identity document from the list below:

Enter the last three digits of your identity document below:
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SUBMIT YOUR ANSWERS TO THE ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS BELOW

Question 1:
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:

Question 2
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 8 - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

CPR is performed at the ratio of:

Question 3
For further information refer to The Australian Resuscitation Council guideline glossary for CHILD and click on ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway

You are performing CPR on a child when they begin to vomit. Your immediate reaction should be:

Question 4
For further information refer to The Australian Resuscitation Council guideline glossary for CHIN LIFT and click on ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway

To open the airway of an adult once it has been cleared you must:

Question 5
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

When a person is NOT RESPONSIVE and NOT BREATHING, an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) should be used as soon as possible:

Question 6
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:

Question 7
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

Can you use adult AED pads on a child if you do not have paediatric pads available?

Question 8
For further information refer to The Australian Resuscitation Council guideline glossary for CHOKING and click on ANZCOR Guideline 4 - Airway (page 6-7)

A 4 year old boy is choking on a piece of biscuit. He is not able to cough and is looking distressed. You believe this is a severe obstruction. You should:

Question 9
For further information refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.1.6 - Management of suspected spinal injury (section 3.2 - The unconscious victim)

Is it preferable to turn an unconscious breathing person with a suspected spinal injury in to the recovery position?

You have answered all questions in Module 1 of the theory assessment. Click the SUBMIT button to see your results.

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