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What is often the most common cause of paediatric cardiac arrest
Some children may present with a shockable rhythm in cardiac arrest because of an undiagnosed cardiac abnormality, True or False
At the start of a paediatric resuscitation you should give how many BVM ventilations
What is the compression to ventilation ratio for a paediatric
What rate of chest compressions should be conducted for a paediatric cardiac arrest
If there is a paediatric with a pulse less than 60 bpm and no signs of life, do you start CPR
What is the recommended first line method for achieving airway control and ventilation in children
Appropriate padding behind the shoulder blades may aid in airway management, True or False
When conducting chest compressions, what depth of the chest should you aim for
Following each compression, you should ensure what from the chest