You are performing one-rescuer CPR and notice that the casualty's stomach
region is enlarged due to moderate gastric distention. You should:
a. Readjust the casualty's airway and adjust the force of ventilations.
b. Perform abdominal thrusts until the condition is corrected.
Perform chest thrusts until the condition is corrected.
d. Ignore the condition since it is to be expected.
Two rescuers are performing CPR on a casualty. If possibe, the rescuers should
be on _____ of the casualty.
a. Opposite sides.
b. The same side.
When rescuers performing two-rescuer CPR on a casualty decide to switch
functions, they _____ switch sides.
b. Do not.
You come upon a rescuer performing one-rescuer CPR on a casualty. After you
identify yourself, you should assist the first rescuer by taking over the
a. Chest compressions.