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Rescue breathing - Adult 30 compressions / 2 breaths (1 every 4 secs for a total of 5 secs).
Rescue breathing - child & infant 30 compressions / 2 breaths (1 every 2 secs for a total of 3 secs).
2 person Rescue breathing - Adult 30 compressions / 2 breaths (1 every 4 secs for a total of 5 secs).
2 person Rescue breathing - child or infant 15 compressions / 2 breaths (1 every 2 secs for a total of 3 secs).
compression depth - Adult At least 2"
compression depth - child About 2"
compression depth - infant 1.5"
Rate of compressions Always 100 per min
Primary assessment - Adult Size-up the scene for safty and then: 1. Check for responsiveness. 2. If no responce, summon more advanced medical personnel. 3. open the airway and check for breathing and a pulse. 4. quickly scan for severe bleeding. 5. Provide care as needed
Primary assessment - Child and infant 1-3 Size-up the scene for safty and then: 1. Check for responsiveness. 2. If no responce, summon more advanced medical personnel. 3. open the airway n check for breathing and a pulse.
Primary assessment - Child and infant 4-6 4. if no breathing, give 2 ventilations 5. quickly scan for severe bleeding. 6. Provide care as needed
how long do you check for pulse and breathing? no more then 10 sec
recovery position 1. Kneel at the side 2. Rollthe victum away from you 3. place the top leg on the other with both knees in a bent position 4. align the arm on top with the upper body
giving ventilations size up the scene. (if the victim is not breathing but has a pulse) 1. Position and seal the resuscitation mask. 2. Open the airway, and blow into the mask. 3. recheck for breathing and a pulse about every two min. 4. provide care as needed.
conscious choking - Adult and Child size up the scene. 1. give 5 back blows 2. give 5 abdominal thrusts 3 continue to give 5 back blows and 5 abdominal thrust until object is forced out, victum begins to cough or breath, or victum becomes unconsious.
conscious choking - infant size up the scene. (if the infant canot cough, cry, or breath: 1. Carefully face the infant face-down along your forearm. 2. Give 5 back blows. 3. position the infant face up along your forearm. 4. give 5 chest thrust.
unconscious choking 1-3 size up the scene. (if a ventilation attempt doesnt make the chest rise): 1. retilt the head and give another ventilation. 2. if the chest still doesnt rise give 30 compressions. 3. look for an object inside the mouth.
unconscious choking 1-3 4. if you see an object remove it. 5. give 2 ventilations 6. provide care as needed
Primary assessment - Child and infant Size-up the scene for safty and then: 1. Check for responsiveness. 2. If no responce, summon more advanced medical personnel. 3. open the airway n check for breathing and a pulse. 4. if no breathing, give 2 ventilations 5. quickly scan for severe bleeding. 6. Provide care as needed
unconscious choking. size up the scene. (if a ventilation attempt doesnt make the chest rise): 1. retilt the head and give another ventilation. 2. if the chest still doesnt rise give 30 compressions. 3. open the airway n check for breathing n a pulse. 4. if no breathing, give 2 ventilations 5. quickly scan for severe bleeding. 6. Provide care as needed
unconscious choking. size up the scene. (if a ventilation attempt doesnt make the chest rise): 1. retilt the head and give another ventilation. 2. if the chest still doesnt rise give 30 compressions. 3. look for an object inside the mouth. 4. if you see an object remove it. 5. give 2 ventilations 6. provide care as needed
cpr size up the scene. If the victim is not breathing and has "no" pulse: 1. Give 30 chest compressions. 2. Give 2 ventilations. 3. preform cycles of 30 chest compressions and 2 ventilations.
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