Finding Out What’s Wrong
(This is not a PAPER) These are questions
Read Finding Out What’s Wrong in the textbook before starting the assignment. The answers for this assignment are in the textbook.
What are the three goals of identifying what is wrong in the Checking the Victim section?
The scene size-up determines the ______ of the scene, the _______ or nature of illness and the number of _______.
What are the four parts of the Initial Check?
What does each letter in the acronym AVPU represent for assessing responsiveness?
If the airway is obstructed abdominal thrusts called, the _______ maneuver can be given to clear and obstructed airway. Please note that the American Red Cross teaches five back blows and five abdominal thrusts.
To check breathing – look, listen and feel for five – ___ seconds.
If the victim is not breathing, keep the airway open and breathe ____ breaths into the victim.
From Breathing Sounds in the textbook, occasional gasping breaths after the heart stops are _____ respirations.
Q 19 – 20
The victim’s conditions that you can see, feel, hear or smell are termed _____ while the things the victim feels and is able to describe are termed ______.
Q21 – 22
If a victim is conscious, you should do an assessment every ____ minutes while if a victim is unconscious, you should do an assessment every _______ minutes.
________ is the process of prioritizing victims.