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What is the correct first aid method of treating a nosebleed?
A. Tip the head forward for 10 minutes pinching the soft part of the nose.
B. Plug the bleeding nostrils with toilet paper.
C. Tip the head back for 10 minutes pinching the hard part of the nose.
D. Encourage the child to take a hot drink.
What item can be used by a paediatric first aider for personal protection
B. Face Shield
C. Eye Wash
D. Sterile Dressing
What is the correct sequence for CPR on an infant?
A. 30 compressions and 2 breaths
B. 15 compressions and 1 breath
C. 5 breaths, 30 compressions and 2 breaths
D. Compressions only
Which of these is the correct sequence for treating a choking baby?
A. 5 back blows and 1 abdominal thrust
B. 5 back blows only
C. 5 back blows and 5 abdominal thrusts
D. 5 back blows and 5 chest thrusts
What should a paediatric first aider do with a chid that is unresponsive but breathing normally?
A. Put them in the recovery position and call for emergency services.
B. Give back blows.
C. Leave lying on back.
D. Start CPR
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