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cpr for foley

fbao is also what abdominal thrusts
describe fbao for adult check to see if responsive, call for help, check airway, give 2 breaths, check pulse, give 30 compressions,then 2 breaths. do 5 sets then recess victim
describe fbao for infant check to see if responsive, alert for help, check airway, give 2 breaths, check pulse, begin compressions
chain of survival for child or infant prevention of arrest, early & effective bystander CPR, rapid activation of EMS, early & effective advance life support
911 emergency response
ACLS advanced cardiac life support
adult ratio breaths to compressions 30 to 2
AED automated external defibrillation
AHA american heart association
BLS basic life support
chest compressions for infant 2 fingers on breast bone-compressions 1/3 inch to 1/2 inch- 100 compressions
CPR cardiopulmonary resusitation
CPR age group for child 1-puberty
ECC emergency cardiovascular care
EMS emergency medical service
EMT emergency medical technician
FBAO foreign body airway obstruction
infant chest compression depth 1/3 to 1/2 inch
infant ratio breaths to compressions 30 to 2
initial breath count in CPR for a child, adult & infant 1 second 2 breaths
opening an airway head tilt chin lift
perform blind finger sweep on? no one
pulse check on child carotid
pulse check on infant brachial
ratio for two man CPR in infant 15 to 2
rescue breaths for a child & infant 1 breath 3-5 seconds
rescue breaths for an adult 1 breath 5-6 seconds
step before rescue breaths check pulse, if 60+ give 2 breaths
someone is down you didnt witness it mister, mister are you ok. look, listen, feel. give 2 breaths. 30 compressions. repeat 5 times. call for help
someone is down you witnessed it call for help. mister mister are you ok, look, listen, feel. give 2 breaths and 30 compressions, repeat 5 times
once you start CPR when do you stop NEVER until EMS shows up
two man CPR person down one of you call for help one starts CPR. when first one gets back one person gives breaths and one gives compressions
foreign body obstruction on adult abdominal thrusts
foreign body obstruction on infant back slaps and chest thrusts
compression landmark on adult center of chest, between nipples
compression landmark on infant just below nipple line
ABCD's of CPR Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Defibrillation
steps in AED power on, attach electrode to bare chest, clear victim & analyze rythm, follow steps on AED, as soon as AED gives shock, begin CPR starting with chest compressions
how you would know that yoour breaths were effective you will see chest rise when giving breaths
why is it necessary to let the chest recoil after each chest compression maximizes refilling of heart
Created by: driddle73