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How do you check the response for Adult and children(1 to puberty)? tap and shout at the shoulders
How do you open the airway for Adult and children(1 to puberty)? head tilt, chin lift
Where and how do you check the pulse for Adult and children(1 to puberty)? in the carotid on the side closes to you for 5-10 seconds
The correct rate for giving compressions is ____ compressions per minute. 100
the correct compression-ventilation ratio for an adult is ___ compressions and __ breaths 30, 2
Rescuers should try to minimize interruptions to less than __ seconds. 10
Make sure the chest completly ___ to maximize refilling of the heart after each chest compression. recoil
When performing the head tilt-chin lift do not press deeply on ______________ because this might obstruct the airway. soft tissue under neck
If you give breaths too quickly or with too much force, air is likely to enter the stomach rather than the lungs which causes _____. gastric inflation
The correct rate for giving compressions for a child is ____ compressions per minute. 100
The correct compression-ventilation ration for 1 rescurer CPR for a child is ____ compressions to __ breaths. 30, 2
When performing chest compresssions for a child press down ___ the depth of the chest with each compression. 1/3 or 2 inches
How many compressions and breaths you do if there were 2 people giving CPR for a child? 15, 2
List the 4 step required when using a bag mask 1. position yourself above the head 2. EC or CE clamp 3. head tilt, chin lift 4. 2 breaths (each breath should be 1 second)
With two rescurer bag mask ventilation, one rescuer ______ while the other rescuer_____. does chest compressions, gives breaths
what is rescue breathing? victims have inadequate or no breathing but have a pulse
ADULT Give 1 breath every ___ to __ seconds. 5 to 6
ADULT give each breath in __ seconds. 1
ADULT each breath should result in _______. visible chest rise
ADULT check the pulse every ___ minutes. 2
CHILD give 1 breath every ___ to ___ seconds. 3 to 5
CHILD give each breath in __ seconds. 1
CHILD each breath should result in _____. visible chest rise
CHILD check the pulse every __ minutes. 2
where is the location for rescuer 1 when performing CPR? at side
actions for rescuer 1 chest compressions, counts out loud, make sure breaths go in
where is the location for recuer 2 when performing CPR? at head
actions for reacuer 2 maintain open airway, give 2 breaths, encourage rescuer 1, monitor chest and head tilt and chin lift
AED? automated external defibrillator
The most common initial rhythm in witnessed sudden cardiac arrest is _______ _________. ventricular fibrillation
The probability of successful defibrillation _____ over time. decrease
steps to using an AED 1. turn on AED 2. apply pads to person chest in correct location as pictured on pads 3. plug in connector 4. analyzation - do not touch the body, stay clear of body, say all clear 5. start shock 6. 5 sets of CPR
lone rescuer with an AED one cycle - 30 compressions and 2 breaths 5 times then get an AED
EMS rescuers and AEDs work with them as a team member untill they take over
infants less than 1 year old DO NOT use AED unless they have a pediatric attenvator
hairy chest take child pads and stick on then remove the hair and place the adult pads on the removed hair spots
water wipe chest , make area dry
implanted defibrillators and pacemakers place pad next to pacemakers NOT DIRECTLY ON PACEMAKERS!!!
transdermal medication patches put gloves on take off medication patches wipe medicince off then apply pads
place the infant on a ___ surface. flat hard
INFANTS place ____ fingers on the breastbone between the nipples. tips of 2
INFANTS press the breastbone down about ___ to ___ the depth of the chest. 1/3 to 1/2 in
INFANTS deliver compressions at a rate off ___ compressions per minute. 100
INFANTS head tilt- chin lift maneuver: place one hand on the victims ____ and the other under ___. forehead, the chin
INFANTS the mouth to ____ to ___ method is preferred for infants. mouth to nose
INFANTS when you look, listen, and feel for breathing it should last at leastn __ seconds and no more than ___ seconds. 5, 10
How do you check the response for an infant for CPR? tap and shout at the foot
How do you open the airway for an infant for CPR? head tilt, chin lift
How do you check the pulse for an infant for CPR? brachial
How many compressions you give for an infant for CPR? 1 man - 30:2 - 5 cycles - tips of two fingers 2 man- 15:2- 10 cycles - thumb encircling
INFANTS give 1 breath every __ to __ seconds(about 12 to 20 breaths per minute) 3 to 5
INFANTS each breath should last about _ second. 1
INFANTS the pulse should be taken every _ minutes. 2
INFANTS where is the location for rescuer 1 perfoming CPR? at the feet
INFANTS actions for rescuer 1 thumb encircling technique 10 sets of 15:2
INFANTS where is the location for rescuer 2 performing CPR? head of infant
INFANT actions for rescuer 2 use bag mask(CE clmap) tilt head back lift chin
what are signs for someone who is experiencing mild airway obstruction? coughing
what are signs for someone who is experiencing severe airway obstruction? face turning blue cant breathe
what is the universal choking sign? hands over neck/throat
what is the name of the maneuver you use when a person is conscious and choking? Heimlich- abdominal thrust
steps for an infant that is choking(conscious) 1. support head 2. place infant in lap face down 3. 5 back slaps and 5 chest thrusts with the tips of 2 fingers
When do you perform a jaw thrust and NOT a head tilt/chin lift? if someone has a spinal chord injury
what are argonal gasps? heart attack/ cardiac problem gasping for air
what is the recovery position? laying on side
what is the chain of survival? early recognization, early 911, early CPR, early AED, early advance care
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