When performing a chest thrust on a standing adult casualty who is choking, your
hands should be:
a. On the upper half of the casualty's sternum.
b. On the bottom half of the casualty's sternum.
Over the casualty's xiphoid process.
d. Between the casualty's navel and rib cage.
You have expelled the airway obstruction from an unconscious casualty. The
casualty is now conscious and breathing normally. Does the casualty need
a. No, he has recovered fully.
b. Only if he looses consciousness again.
Yes, he may have damage to his throat.
When helping a casualty with an airway obstruction, finger sweeps are used:
a. Only if the casualty is conscious.
b. Only if the casualty is unconscious.
Whether the casualty is conscious or unconscious.
You are about to administer abdominal thrusts to an adult casualty who is lying on
his back. On what area of the casualty's body will you apply the force (place your
a. Between the center of the sternum and the xiphoid process.
b. Over the xiphoid process.
Slightly above the navel and well below the xiphoid process.
d. Over the navel.