If more than one responder is available and trained in CPR, when should the responders switch? Select all that apply.- when the original responder is tiring- about every 2 minutes- after every five cycles of CPR.
According to the American Heart Association guidelines for CPR, when more than one responder is available and trained in CPR, they should switch:
- When the original responder is tiring
- About every 2 minutes
- After every five cycles of CPR
So, all of the options provided are correct. It’s important to switch to avoid fatigue and maintain the quality of CPR being delivered.