A CPR casualty should be lying on a ________ surface.
When performing the chest compression portion of one-rescuer CPR cycles, you
should administer ______ chest compressions within about _____ seconds.
a. Five; three.
b. Five; five.
d. Fifteen; sixty.
You are performing one-rescuer CPR. You should check the casualty's pulse:
a. After every five cycles.
b. After the casualty regains consciousness.
After every ventilation.
d. After the first minute of CPR; then every 3 to 5 minutes thereafter.
When two-rescuer CPR is performed, _____ chest compression(s) are followed
by _____ full breath(s).
a. One; one.
b. Thirty; two.
d. Sixty; eight.