Thanks. I am trying to stay positive, but I know I got the last question wrong, which, as I understand it, is kind of the deciding one.
I got a ton of RIDICULOUS questions!
Well, hm. This is interesting. I just found this post and he put the same answer as me and passed...so maybe there IS hope!
According to the 2005 AHA standards:
For children, use 1 or 2 hands to perform chest compressions and compress at the nipple line; for infants, compress with 2 fingers on the breastbone just below the nipple line. Instead of only one hand for child and 1 finger width below the nipple line for infant.
Interesting. I wonder if it's changed since the 2005 standards? I do remember my instructors showing both the 2 finger and the 2 thumb encircling method. My book (Prentice Hall, 10th edition EMS book), it says that it depends on the size of the infant, but that the 2 thumb encircling method is the preferred
just a quick question on thursday i am taking my final in class after that i will beable to take th n/r providing i pass the final a little nervouse but I am carring a high B.I am sure it has been discussed elswhere but I am here. I was just wondering is the n/r timed or does it just go by the number of questions that you get right? thanx.