Use of An Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

13 Responses

  1. Meldy Arellano says:

    Thanks for a short quiz.

  2. ibeland says:

    Is there any way to see which ones you got wrong?

  3. lolade says:

    Hi, is there a way of knowing the right answers to the questions I got wrong?

  4. Charles Massie says:

    In the Medical Conditions quiz the sixth question has the wrong answer when it gives your results. The T in FAST is Time not Technique. Either the material is wrong or the test. Thank you!

  5. Troutynz says:

    For the Chain of Survival, we use early recognition, early access to help, early cpr, early defib, early advanced care. Dammit – got one wrong! Hahaha!

  6. Firefighter6507 says:

    Um how is it not dangerous to attach an AED to a person that is breathing and alive?! Im an EMT and we were tought that its a big danger to do that you can make some one go into V-Fib if some one shocks them… The they wont be breathing….

    • Snakeye909 says:

      With a normal defibrillator, yes, it would be dangerous to use – but with an AED being automated, it would, after analysing the heart rhythm, decide that no shock was necessary and the user cannot override the decision of an AED.

  7. George1958 says:

    fantastic “top up” of knowlege even if you have not done a basic first aid course, and even if you have you can “expand” your
    knowledge further so when you come to do your re test you can refresh your self.

    I salute you.

  8. Gareth1957 says:

    Good Quiz

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