ACLS Basics Quiz #3 - Learn & Master ACLS/PALS


  1. Marcia Bailey says

    Truly appreciate this great informative edicational material. Thanks a million. I am preparing for my ACLS exam. I am hoping to ace it.

  2. Donna Knudsen says

    I completed assessment test # 3 and answered all questions correctly, as i CHECKED, the answers as i went along, but when FINISHED TEST, It said I got one wrong?????

    • ACLS says

      Hi Donna,
      I’m not sure what happened. I have checked the quiz and everything seems to be functioning properly. Please let me know if you have any other problems. Kind regards, Jeff

  3. kataneh dadashi says

    I disagree with the answer. Option 3 is the correct answer. CAB which is circulation, airway, breathing. Chest compression is the a action to maintain the circulation.

    • ACLS says

      This question is specifically addressing the sequence of steps for BLS. The sequence of steps is (Compressions, Airway, Breathing). “. In the A-B-C sequence, chest compressions are often delayed while the responder opens the airway to give mouth-to-mouth breaths, retrieves a barrier device, or gathers and assembles ventilation equipment. By changing the sequence to C-A-B, chest compressions will be initiated sooner and the delay in ventilation should be minimal (ie, only the time required to deliver the first cycle of 30 chest compressions or approximately 18 seconds; when 2 rescuers are present for resuscitation of the infant or child, the delay will be even shorter).” Reference on Page 2 under the heading “A Change From A-B-C to C-A-B”

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