EXERCISES, LESSON 3
INSTRUCTIONS: Circle 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 answered incorrectly, reread the material referenced after the
You are near a car wreck. A car is on fire and a person is still in the car. As a
rescuer, which of the following should be your first action?
a. Gently shake the person and shout, "Are you O.K.?"
b. Remove the casualty from the burning vehicle.
Open the casualty's airway.
d. Check for a pulse.
Before beginning rescue breathing on a casualty, you should check the casualty
for the presence of a fractured:
You find a person in a park lying on the ground and not moving. As a rescuer,
which of the following should you perform first?
a. Administer five chest compressions.
b. Administer two breaths.
Gently shake the person and shout, "Are you O.K.?"
d. Open the person's airway.