When rescue breathing for an adult victim who has a pulse, but is not breathing effectively, rescuers should give one breath every:
The correct answer is:
B. 5 – 6 Seconds
Rescue breathing should be provided at a rate of one breath every 5 – 6 seconds for an adult victim in respiratory arrest. Providers must provide rescue breathing to victims of respiratory arrest to avoid cardiac arrest or tissue injury resulting from hypoxia.