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Breathing that is usually effortless and quiet is called:
The process of moving air into and out of the respiratory system is called:
What is the correct term for when the intercostal muscles diaphragm contract, the ribs change angle, and there is decreased pressure in the chest as air gets sucked into the lungs:
What is the correct term for when the intercostal muscles relax, and the ribs return to “normal” as air is pushed out of the lungs:
When there is a loss of effective cardiac function that terminates circulation, this is called:
When an unconscious person appears to be breathing in irregular and sporadic gasps or gulps for breath, this is called:
Which of the following labels are often identified as agonal breathing? (Check all that apply.)
What two primary gases are associated with human breathing?
Talking is not breathing because:
A law enforcement officer should not attempt to do the following unless “qualified” or “guided” by a trained person:
What approximate percentage of agonal breathing is associated with human cardiac arrest cases?
Normal breathing rates for adult humans at rest is:
Abnormal breathing may be caused by:
What two important questions should 9-1-1 Call Takers ask a caller to help identify agonal breathing in people?
“Air hunger” can be created by:
In the United States, the public is demanding:
When the heart stops beating, this is called:
When blood flow is interrupted to part of the heart muscle because of a blockage or a narrowing of arteries that supplies that area of the heart, it is called:
Agonal breathing is:
When a law enforcement officer responds to an unconscious person, (s)he must: