To prepare for his quiz on CPR, Woo Jin listed the steps he learned in his online health class. 1. Check for consciousness. 2. Check for a pulse. 3. Call 911. 4. Perform 100–120 chest compressions per minute. 5. Push hard and fast during compressions. 6. Perform CPR until the person starts breathing or help comes. Woo Jin got 5 out of 6 on his quiz. Which step did Woo Jin get wrong and why?step 2, because you do not check for a pulse if you are not trained step 3, because you call 911 only after five minutes of not breathing step 5, because chest compressions should be hard and slow step 6, because CPR is done only until the call to 911 is made
Step 2)because you do not check for a pulse if you are untrained.
From user un9ix :
"If you are not trained in CPR then checking for a pulse and checking wrong artery could result in a false flag and you may even make the situation worse than it already is. In order to prevent this mistake you need to wait for a professional to arrive on scene."
Please answer quickly, i promise to give brainliest!!!!!!!!!!How do muscle, bone, and tendon interact to create movement at a joint?
Question 4 options:
Bone and tendon both contract and pull on the muscle, causing the joint to move
Bone contracts and pulls on the muscle that pulls on the tendon, causing the joint to move
Muscle contracts and pulls on the tendon that pulls on the bone, causing the joint to move
Tendon contracts and pulls on the muscle that pulls on the bone, causing the joint to move
The correct answer is A. The muscle contracts causing the tendon to pull on the bone.
A polysaccharide is by definitiona. a low glycemic carbohydrate
b. a carbohydrate that binds water to form complexes that increase satiety
c. a structurally complex carbohydrate, which includes both sugars and starches
d. a structurally complex carbohydrate, which includes both starches and fibers
A polysaccharide is by definitionb.
b. a carbohydrate that binds water to form complexes that increase satiety.
anwer: the answer is b
Why are we alive? on this earth
Well, from a health perspective, it is the only planet sustainable for human life as far as we know.
From a religious perspective, because God made you and put you on this Earth that he created to glorify Him
I hope this helped! Have an amazing day :))
because God put is here
Ultrahazardous activities: a. are defined by federal statutes. b. are subject to strict liability. c. only create liability where the defendant fails to act as a reasonable person. d. only create liability when the defendant fails to exercise utmost care.
Answer: b. Are subject to Strict Liability
Explanation: Ultrahazardous activity or inherently dangerous Activity is a common law of torts. And it is so inherently dangerous that a person engaged in such an activity can be held strictly liable for injuries his/her actions caused to another person, even he/she engaged took every reasonable precaution to prevent injuries to other people.
Examples off ultrahazardous activity: So many activities are commonly recognized as being inherently hazardous and dangerous and those who engage in them are subject to strict liability.
Transportation, storage, and use of dynamite and other explosives, radioactive materials and certain hazardous chemicals
Keeping of animals that are not normally domesticated in that area(wild animal),
Keeping of domesticated animals that have a every knows has dangerous behavior like keeping a dog that attacks people.
If you are injured by one of these inherently hazardous activities while trespassing on the property of the person engaged in the activity, you are not permitted to sue the person under a strict liability theory. But you must prove that the property owner was negligent. But if you are attacked or injured in the street, then you can sue the person and he is to face judgement for his ultrahazardous activities or actions.
1) Explain how “nature” and “nurture” contribute to addictive behaviors.2) If both “nature” and “nurture” influence addictive behaviors, what can the addicted individual, caregiver/significant other, and the community do to reduce the likelihood of disordered behavior or the potential consequences for the older adult? Provide at least three examples (one for each role).
Nurture, When you nurture an addicted individual, they will become more addicted as you meet their needs.
Can someone help please?
It should be no as papers or banaba peels are not biomedical waste