Do you remember your CPR training?
 
By Vice President Chris Schoon
June 19, 2018
 

June 1-7th is National CPR and AED awareness Week....

but anytime is a good time to learn CPR and how to use an AED(Automatic External Defibrillator).

I have asked before and I will ask again. Do you know CPR? Here is a short quiz to see what you remember.
1. When you start CPR?
a. When someone won’t respond, has a pulse but not breathing
b. When someone is unresponsive, not breathing, and no pulse
c. When someone is unresponsive, has a pulse and is breathing

2. What is the correct rate of compressions for adult CPR?
a. 60 - 100compressions per minutes
b. 80-100 compressions
c. 100-120 compressions per minute
d. At least 120 compressions per minute

3. What is the correct ratio of compressions to ventilations for 1 rescuer Adult CPR?
a. 15 compressions to 2 breaths
b. 5 compressions to 1 breath
c. 30 compressions to 2 breaths
d. 20 compressions to 2 breaths

4. Can you use an AED on a drowning victim? YES NO

5. It is OK to just do chest compressions if the victim needs CPR and you don’t have a barrier device for giving breaths.
YES NO
According to the American Heart Association about 70% of out -of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in the home. Take a class. Be prepared. See us at www.ahvrs.org for class information.


Answers: 1. b; 2. c; 3. C; 4. Yes; 5. Yes

 
choking infant relief
choking infant relief
administering  rescue breaths
administering rescue breaths
 
rescue breaths
rescue breaths
delivering chest compressions
delivering chest compressions
 
establish unresponsiveness
establish unresponsiveness
infant, adult and child manikins
infant, adult and child manikins
 
one, two, three....to thirty
one, two, three....to thirty
arms straight, shoulders over the victim's chest, push deep, push fast
rate is 100-120 compression per minutes
arms straight, shoulders over the victim's chest, push deep, push fast rate is 100-120 compression per minutes