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AHA CPR

CPR BLS certification

QuestionAnswer
Compression rate at least 100 per minute
Compression depth in adults at least 2 inches
Compression depth in children at least 1/3 of the depth of the chest or about 2 inches
C-A-B Compressions - airway - breathing
Compression to ventilation ratio in adults for two man CPR 30:2
Compression to ventilation ratio in adults, infants, and children for one man CPR 30:2
Compression to ventilation ratio in two man CPR for infants and children 15:2
Rescue breaths for adults
Agonal gasps not breathing or only gasping
Most common way to open airway Head tilt chin lift
Way to open airway of head and neck injury suspected Jaw thrust
Ventilations when rescurer untrained or trained and not proficient Compressions only
Defibrillation attach and use AED as soon as available
AED Automated External Defibrillator
BLS Basic Life Support
Compresssions Push hard and fast on the cetner of the victim's chest
Airway Tilt the victim's head back and lift the chin to open the airway
Breathing give mouth-to-mouth rescue breaths
Sequence of CPR check for responsiveness; check for breathing; call for help (911), check for pulse no longer than 10 seconds; give 30 compressions; open airway and give two breaths; resume compressions.
compression depth for infants at least 1/3 of the depth of the chest or about 1.5 inches
AED for children 1 to 8 years use pediatric dose-attenuator if available. If not, use standard AED.
AED for infants Mannual defibrillator preferred. If not available use pediatric dose attenuator. If not available, a standard AED may be used.
Created by: sandra.whiteside