American Heart Association CPR Test Questions and Answers
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Here’s some practice questions and answers to help you prepare for a AHA CPR Test. Enjoy!
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- When should the rescuer initially ensure that the scene is safe?
- The 2015 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC recommend that to identify cardiac arrest in an unresponsive victim a lay person should check for breathing for how many seconds?
- Where should the hands be placed to perform chest compressions on an adult?
- Why is it important to compress to the appropriate depth during CPR?
- What is the recommended rate for performing chest compressions for victims of all ages?
- What is the compression–to-ventilation ratio for adult CPR?
AHA CPR Test practice questions – answers
- Check for any dangers to yourself, the patient or bystanders
- No more than 10 seconds
- In the centre of the chest
- To ensure adequate blood flow to the brain and vital organs
- 100 – 120 chest compressions per minute
- 30 chest compressions to 2 rescue breaths (ventilations)
We hope these questions helped you prepare for your AHA CPR test! Good luck!
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