You have found an unconscious casualty who is not breathing. You have just
perform the head-tilt/chin-lift procedure and tried to initiate rescue breathing. The
casualty's airway, however, appears to be blocked. You should:
a. Administer finger sweeps and manual thrusts.
b. Begin chest compressions.
Check for a pulse.
d. Try to open his airway again and repeat the two ventilations.
Which of the following locations is correct for checking the casualty's pulse while
performing rescue breathing.
a. Over the casualty's "Adam's apple."
b. The groove to the right of the casualty's "Adam's apple."
The groove to the left of the casualty's "Adam's apple."
d. Either b or c above.
You are administering rescue breathing to a casualty. You have checked the
casualty's pulse and found that his heart is still beating. When do you check the
casualty's pulse again?
a. After each breath.
b. After every 6 breaths.
After every 12 breaths.
d. Only after his heart stops beating.