You are treating a casualty who requires CPR. There is no one to assist you.
Should you delay starting CPR in order to telephone for help?
You are preparing to administer rescue breathing to a soldier lying on his stomach.
What should you do to the casualty before administering ventilations?
a. Kneel beside the casualty, grasp the casualty's uniform under his arm, push
on the uniform, and roll the casualty away from you.
b. Kneel beside the casualty, reach across the casualty's back and grasp the
casualty's uniform under his arm, pull on the uniform, and roll the casualty
Stand over the casualty so that you straddle the casualty's hips, bend over
and grasp the casualty's uniform under each armpit, lift the casualty's upper
body, twist the casualty so that his chest is down, and lower the casualty.
How is the head-tilt portion of the head-tilt/chin-lift method of opening an adult
casualty's airway accomplished?
a. Place the palm of your hand on his forehead and press his head back.
b. Place your fist on his forehead and press his forehead back.
Place the palm of your hand under the back of his head and lift his head
d. Place your fist under the back of his head and lift his head forward.