You are administering rescue breathing (no chest compressions) to a child. How
many ventilations should you administer in 1 minute?
a. 8 to 12
b. 15 to 30.
12 to 20.
d. 20 to 30.
Which of the following correctly states a difference between checking for breathing
in an infant and checking for breathing in an adult.
a. With an infant, you do not feel for air flow on your cheek.
b. With an infant, you do not need to check for signs of breathing.
With an infant, you listen for sounds of breathing by placing your ear over the
center of the infant's right lung.
d. With an infant, you look for a rising and falling of the abdomen in addition to
You are administering rescue breathing to a small child. How does your actions
differ from administering rescue breathing to an adult.
a. There is no difference.
b. You blow into both the casualty's nose and mouth at the same time if
You do not maintain the airway while you perform rescue breathing.
d. You do not need to worry about airway obstructions since your larger lungs