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cardio15 cpr

cardio 15 cpr

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1.No Movement or response 2.Phone 911; emergency response
3. Open airway; check breathing 4. If NO breathing-administer 2 breaths that make chest rise
5. If NO response-check pulse 6. If pulse-rescue breathing only at 10-12 breaths/minute
7. If NO pulse-begin CPR with 30 compressions and 2 breaths. Push hard and fast (100/min) and release completely. Minimize interruptions during compressions.. 8. Continue to perform CPR until medical assistance arrives, breathing, coughing or other signs of circulation return, the patient begins to move or you cannot physically continue due to exhaustion
Cardiopulmonary ABCʼs Airway – maintain an open airway Breathing (rescue breathing) – “Look, listen, and feel” Circulation (compressions) – check pulse
CPR – Adult (eight years +) Breathing with CPR 2 initial breaths; CPR 8-10 breaths/ minute
CPR – Adult (eight years +) Rescue breathing only 10-12 breaths/minute
CPR – Adult (eight years +) Compressions 100/minute
CPR – Adult (eight years +) Depth of compressions 1 1/2 to 2 inches
CPR – Adult (eight years +) Placement for chest compressions Lower half of sternum, between nipples
CPR – Adult (eight years +) One-rescuer ratio of compressions: ventilations 30:2
CPR – Adult (eight years +) Two-rescuer ratio of compressions: ventilations 30:2
CPR – Child (one to eight years old) Breathing with CPR 2 initial effective breaths; CPR 8-10 breaths/minute
CPR – Child (one to eight years old)Rescue breathing only 12-20 breaths/minute
CPR – Child (one to eight years old)Compressions 100/minute
CPR – Child (one to eight years old)Depth of compressions 1/3-1/2 the depth of the chest
CPR – Child (one to eight years old)Placement for chest compressions Lower half of sternum, between nipples
CPR – Child (one to eight years old)One-rescuer ratio of compressions: ventilations 30:2
CPR – Child (one to eight years old)Two-rescuer ratio of compressions: ventilations 15:2
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)Breathing with CPR 2 initial breaths; CPR 8-10 breaths/ minute
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)Rescue breathing only 12-20 breaths/minute
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)Compressions 100/minute
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)Depth of compressions 1/3-1/2 the depth of the chest
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)Placement for chest compressions Just below nipple line; lower half of sternum
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)One-rescuer ratio of compressions: ventilations 30:2
CPR – Infant (less than one year old)Two-rescuer ratio of compressions: ventilations 15:2
Created by: micah10