7. You’ve administered a shock with the AED. What will the voice prompts instruct you to do next?

7. You’ve administered a shock with the AED. What will the voice prompts instruct you to do next?

a. Remove the AED pads.

b. Give a second shock.

c. Begin giving compressions.

d. Wait a moment to see if the shock worked.

e. Turn off the AED.

8. During CPR, you should give chest compressions at a rate of about

a. 30 per minute

b. 40 per minute

c. 60 per minute

d. 100 per minute

e. 120 per minute

9. To determine whether an athlete is unresponsive, you should first clear the athlete’s airway.

a. true

b. false

10. Which of the following is true regarding the use of an AED?

a. If a pad is not sticking to the athlete, press down on the pad while the AED is delivering the shock.

b. An AED can automatically detect if a heart rate is that of an infant, child, or adult.

c. If the AED says a shock is not advised but the athlete is still unresponsive, it is best to shock anyway.

d. If a shock is indicated, make sure no one is touching the athlete before pressing the shock button on the AED.

11. Which of the following is NOT a local response to an injury?

a. disrupted blood flow to surrounding tissues

b. bleeding from the injured blood vessels

c. fluid leakage from damaged tissue cells

d. increased blood flow to the tissues

e. temperature increase

12. A volleyball player makes a diving save and gets up slowly, holding her left shoulder with her right hands. While performing the emergency action steps, you determine that the athlete is breathing. You should begin your physical assessment by

a. applying a sling and ice

b. asking the athlete what happened

c. looking for signs of deformity or swelling on her shoulder

d. firmly tapping her shoulder to search for point tenderness

e. c and d

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