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  1. What is the number one cause of death in the United States?
    A. Cancer
    B. Human Imunodeficency (HIV)
    C. Cardiovascular Disease
    D Accidents

  2. Men are more vulnerable to Heart Attacks than women?

  3. What is the number one cause of death in children?
    A. Choking
    B. Drowning
    C. Trauma
    D Seizures

  4. How much oxygen is in your exhalation breath?
    A. 2%
    B. 50%
    C. 9%
    D 16%

  5. If a child is not breathing and does not have a pulse, you should perform one minute of CPR prior to dialing 911?

  6. When a victim is not breathing, you must check for a pulse and then begin ventilation and compressions?

  7. What is the ratio of compressions to ventilations for a 8 year old child?
    A. 2 ventilations and 15 compressions
    B. 1 ventilation and 5 compressions
    C. 2 ventilations and 5 compressions
    D 1 ventilation and 15 compressions

  8. If a victim gives you the universal sign of choking, you should?
    A. Stand behind the victim and do the Heimlich maneuver 5 times.
    B. Ask the victim Can you speak or make noise?
    C. Have the victim lay on their back and give 5 abdominal thrusts
    D Have the victim hold their hands above their head while you do the Heimlick maneuver.

  9. To maintain an open airway on an infant, you must?
    A. Tilt the head back into the sniffing position.
    B. Move the head forward to allow full coverage of the nose and the mouth.
    C. Let the head maintain a natural position.
    D Keep the head in the neutral position..

  10. When performing compressions on an adult victim, it is best to be on your knees, with your upper
    torso directly over the victim and your knees as close to the victim as possible.