This free BLS practice test is part 2 of the BLS Express Study Guide. It is a completely FREE interactive course that provides a comprehensive, fast, and fun review of the AHA BLS Manual for Health Care Providers.
Part 2 of the free BLS practice tests cover the latter half of the BLS manual, and part 1 covers the first half of the BLS manual. If you have not completed Part 1 you can do that here: BLS Practice Test – Part 1
These free BLS practice tests are part of the BLS Express Study Guide which also includes 10 BLS practice scenarios that will give you a full review of BLS for adults, infants, and children.
This test contains a total of 31 questions. After answering each question, you will be provided with the rationale. The rationale gives details about the correct answer.
This BLS practice test is designed to teach and reinforce the content found the AHA BLS provider manual. Please comment below if you have any questions.
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36. (True or False) CPR for newly born infants in the delivery room is the same as infants up to one year of age.CorrectIncorrect
37. For the infant less than one year of age, you should perform the pulse check at which site:CorrectIncorrect
38. (True or False) For the infant less than one year of age, perform chest compressions with the heel of one hand.CorrectIncorrect
39. The compression to ventilation ratio for 2-rescuer CPR in infants less than one year of age is:CorrectIncorrect
40. For the lone rescuer performing CPR on an infant, the rescuer should use the compression to ventilation ratio of:CorrectIncorrect
41. For the lone rescuer performing infant CPR, the method of choice for chest compressions is the two thumb encircling hands chest compression technique.CorrectIncorrect
42. For the two finger chest compression technique, the two fingers should be placed where?CorrectIncorrect
43. Barrier devices do not need to be used with infants since they are low risk for carrying disease.CorrectIncorrect
44. For cardiac arrest in the infant, you may use the compression-only technique.CorrectIncorrect
45. 2 rescue infant CPR should utilize which method of chest compressions:CorrectIncorrect
46. For infants and children 1 to 8 years of age, if your AED does not include smaller size pads designed for children, you may use the standard pads and ensure that they do not overlapCorrectIncorrect
47. The preferred method of defibrillation in infants is ___________.CorrectIncorrect
48. For children eight years and older you shouldCorrectIncorrect
49. For both infants and adults performing two rescuer CPR without an advanced airway, rescuers must pause compressions to provide breaths.CorrectIncorrect
50. Once an advanced airway is in place during two rescuer CPR, one breath should be delivered every ____________.CorrectIncorrect
51. When an advanced airway is in place during two rescuer CPR do not stop compressions to give breaths.CorrectIncorrect
52. When providing mouth-to-mouth breathing, the rescuers exhaled air contains approximately _________ oxygen.CorrectIncorrect
53. An important step when providing mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing is to:CorrectIncorrect
54. Gastric inflation may develop even when rescuers give breaths correctly.CorrectIncorrect
55. For infants, mouth-to-mouth-and-nose is the preferred method to deliver rescue breaths.CorrectIncorrect
56. Which of the following should be performed when providing rescue breaths during respiratory arrest?CorrectIncorrect
57. For the adult in respiratory arrest, you should give one breath every__________.CorrectIncorrect
58. Which of the following are signs of severe airway obstruction?CorrectIncorrect
59. Use abdominal thrusts to relieve choking in infants less than one year of age.CorrectIncorrect
60. If a choking victim becomes unresponsive and you lower them to the ground, your first intervention should be to _______.CorrectIncorrect
61. If a choking victim is pregnant or obese you should perform chest thrusts instead of abdominal thrusts.CorrectIncorrect
62. For the unconscious choking victim check for any foreign body objects every time you open the airway to give rescue breaths.CorrectIncorrect
63. You can tell that you have successfully removed an airway obstruction in an unresponsive victim if you:CorrectIncorrect
64. For the choking infant, how many back slaps and chest thrusts are administered with each sequence?CorrectIncorrect
65. If an infant becomes unresponsive when administering back slaps and chest thrusts from choking, you should:CorrectIncorrect
66. For the unresponsive infant each time you open the airway during CPR, check for the airway obstruction in the back of the throat.CorrectIncorrect