1. Which of the follow is true about Ventricular Fibrillation (V-Fib)?

  2. Which of the following is true about Ventricular Tachycardia (V-Tach)?

  3. ________ ________is the leading cause of death, globally. Many risk factors can be ___________.

  4. The ________ of Survival describes the order of care for victims of cardiac arrest and includes: Activate EMS, Early CPR, Early Defibrillation and Early Advanced Care.

  5. Utilizing the AED is part of the _____ link in the Chain of Survival.

  6. __________ __________ occurs when something triggers an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia). It occurs suddenly and without warning and is often reversible with early care.

  7. It is important for rescuers to distinguish between __________ breathing and adequate breathing.

  8. __________ _________ do not provide adequate oxygen to the body and can be described as gurgling, moaning, snorting, labored (agonal) breathing.

  9. __________ __________ occurs when the flow of blood to the heart is blocked. It increases the victim’s chance of cardiac arrest.

  10. Signs and symptoms of heart attacks are not the same for everyone. Many times _________, the elderly and people with diabetes may experience atypical symptoms.

  11. A heart attack usually develops within the first ____ hours after the onset of symptoms.

  12. For each minute defibrillation is delayed, the victims chance of survival decreases by about ___%.

  13. The AED device does which of the following

  14. The AED should be placed between you and the victim’s ________.

  15. If an AED is immediately available following an adult's collapse, you should:

  16. Before attaching electrodes to a non-responsive victim, you should

  17. It is unsafe to deliver a shock if

  18. If a victim of cardiac arrest is wearing a transdermal medication patch such as nitroglycerin, you should:

  19. After delivering a shock, perform 2 minutes of CPR Cycle and

  20. If no shock is indicated from the AED prompt, continue CPR cycle until