PCP Quiz 15 Question 1 of 4What is the correct method of opening the airway to ventilate a conscious patient with spinal concerns using the bag-valve-mask?Maintain the head in position found, open the airway using triple-jaw maneuver.Open the airway by jaw-thrust technique, with head in neutral position.Perform a head-tilt chin-lift to open the airway.Open the airway using a tongue-jaw lift, measure and place an oropharyngeal airway.Question 2 of 4Which of the following methods of manually opening the airway can be used on a patient with suspected cervical spine injury?Head-Tilt Chin-Lift.Triple Jaw Maneuver.Tongue/Jaw liftModified Jaw ThrustQuestion 3 of 4What two methods can be used to clear loose material (fluids, vomitus) in the airway of a patient with no cervical spine precautions? Suction. Abdominal thrusts. Finger sweep. Back blows. 1, 42, 31, 32, 4Question 4 of 4What should you do to manage the airway for a supine patient who is found unresponsive and non-breathing, with no history of trauma?Insert an oropharyngeal airway and position the patient semi-prone.Attempt to place an oropharyngeal airway and leave the patient supine.Consider placing an oropharyngeal airway, closely monitor the patient's airway.Do not insert an oropharyngeal airway unless you are unable to ventilate with a bag-valve-mask.