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If the person registers to Alert you should: Ask the person questions: Whats wrong? What happened?, What they are allergic too? What happened? What there allergic to? And What medical conditions they have? Make sure they don't move anything that hurts. Determine if you should call 911.
If the person registers to Verbal you should: Ask the same questions from Alert, Call 911, Monitor them to make sure they don't get worse. Give Care.
If the person registers to Pain you should: Call 911 immediately. As bystanders for more info/what happened. Monitor the person and be prepared to give care if they go unconscious.
Applying Pain: - Sternum Rub [knuckle to chest - Earlobe Pinch - Nail-bed Pinch
If the person registers to unresponsive you should: Call 911 immediately, Check their ABC's [Airway,Breathing, Circulation], Give CPR if there is no breathing
What is ABC's? A - Airway, B - Breathing, C- Circulation.
What is Airway? Use the head tilt chin lift technique.
What is the tilt chin lift technique? Keep one hand on the forehead and two fingers under the bony part of the chin. Lift it up on the chin and tilt the head back. [When you pull up one the chin, the tongue pulls away from the back of the throat and opens airway.
What is Breathing? Look, Listen, and Feel for breathing for more than 10 seconds. Ear and cheek down to their mouth and nose to feel and listen. Keep eyes looking at heir chest to see if it rises and falls.
What is Agonal Breath? An agonal breath will sound like a sudden gasp for air, This is NOT effective breathing! An agonal breath is the body's attempt, usually last attempt, to take in the air. It is a sign of death. Give rescue breathing right away.
What is Circulation? This means check for a pulse. The carotid artery is the best place to do this on an adult or child. You do not need to take time when caring for an adult, ut do take 10 seconds for a child.
The spine is divided into 4 parts: Cervical x7 Thoracic x12 Lumbar x5 Sacrum x5 The coccyx x4 is the tail bone.
Top Causes of Spinal Injury: 1.Car Wrecks. 2. Falls. 3. Violence 4. Sport injuries
What do you do if they vomit or you have to leave them? Recovery Position.
What to remember about the Recovery Position? -Roll away from you -Put the arm arm furthest away from you up by their head -Prop the knee closest to you before rolling -Make sure their mouth is faced down so vomit exits.
What does GO DR SHAVPU stand for? G- Gloves O- On D- Danger R-Response S-Scene H-History A-Alert V-Verbal P-Pain U-Unresponsive
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