A person who is choking and cannot speak or cough has a:
a. Complete airway obstruction.
b. Partial airway obstruction with good air exchange.
Partial airway obstruction with poor air exchange.
Which of the following is used to help an adult choking casualty with good air
b. Manual thrusts.
d. b and c above.
e. a, b, and c above.
None of the above.
A casualty with an airway obstruction who has a partial blockage with poor air
exchange is treated as though he had:
a. Complete airway blockage.
b. Partial blockage with good air exchange.
A choking casualty with poor air exchange is standing. You should:
a. Administer abdominal or chest thrusts.
b. Administer backblows.
Administer finger sweeps.
d. Encourage the casualty to keep calm and keep coughing.
e. Have the casualty to lie down and elevate his feet.