ACLS Pretest Questions and Answers - 100% Free Practice Test

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ACLS Pretest Questions and Answers

1. A conscious patient is diagnosed with coronary thrombosis in the ER. What are appropriate treatments?


2. How long should you check for a carotid pulse on an adult?


3. When should an unconscious patient receive only rescue breaths and not CPR?


4. When should a jaw thrust be used in place of a head tilt-chin lift?


5. Which of these is the preferred advanced airway for an unconscious adult that is showing poor ventilation with an ambu bag?


6. Where should you palpate for a pulse on an unconscious infant during CPR?


7. Which of these is NOT a recommended pharmacological treatment for a stable patient with a wide complex Ventricular tachycardia (monomorphic)?


8. What is the single most important therapy for survival of cardiac arrest?


9. 4.Which of these drugs should be avoided when a patient presents with Atrial Fibrilations with Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome (WPW) delta waves?


10. You witness the collapse of an adult. Upon assessment he is unresponsive but is still adequately breathing and has a pulse. You have called for the emergency response team. There is no concern for a spinal injury. What is your next best course of action?