CPR Study Guide

This study guide is provided to TMCC EMS/CPR students for informational purposes only.

  1. When should you ensure that the scene is safe?
  2. How long should it take to determine a victim is not responsive, is not breathing, and has no pulse before you begin compressions?
  3. If an infant is not breathing and looks lifeless and pale, what do you need to do?
  4. With a child is not pale but not breathing very well, what should you do?
  5. How do you know that your breaths are getting into the victim?
  6. If you are providing breathing to a victim, what device should you use?
  7. When you are providing breaths, how do you make sure that extra air is not going into the stomach?
  8. How do rescuers provide mouth-to-mouth ventilations?
  9. At what rate do you provide breaths to adults, children and infants? One breath every ________?
  10. List the rate for chest compressions for all ages.
  11. Where do you place your hands when doing compressions?
  12. List the depth of compressions for: adult, children and infants.
  13. What is the ratio of compressions for one person CPR for adult, children and infants?
  14. What is the hand placement for 2 rescuer compressions on an infant?
  15. What is the number compression to breaths for 2 rescuers CPR children and infants?
  16. What is the depth of compressions for: adults, children, infant?
  17. Why is it important to push hard and fast?
  18. What is the compression/ventilation rate for 2 rescuers providing CPR with advanced airway?
  19. When providing 2 rescuer CPR, what are the responsibilities of the rescuer doing breaths?
  20. When you are applying an AED, what must you do first?
  21. How do you relieve a conscious victim who is choking - adult and child?