CPR Cheat Sheet

Ky Geiger

Adult/Child CPR

Adult CPR-

1. Check the scene- Make sure the scene is safe before you start CPR.

2.Check the person- Check to see if the person is responsive or if they are breathing normally.

3. Call 911- Tell someone to call 911, if no one can call 911, call it yourself.

4.Give 30 compressions- Place the heel of one of your hands in the middle of the chest in between the nipples, place your other hand on top of the other hand and pull up on your fingers. compressions must go at least two inches into their chest.

5.Give 2 breaths- After you give the compressions, put your face shield on the person, pull their head back to open the airway, pinch their nose and give 2 breaths, look for the chest to rise and fall.

6. Reapeat the 30 compressions and 2 breaths untill help arrives or the person becomes unconcious.

Child CPR-

1. Check the scene- Make sure the scene is safe before you start CPR

2. Check the person- tap the child to see if they respond, if they don't, start CPR

3. Call 911- Tell someone to call 911, if no one can call 911, call it yourself.

4. 30 compressions- with the heel of one hand place it in the center of the chest in between the nipples and must go at least 1/3 of the chest in

5. 2 breaths- After you give your compressions, put your faceshield over their face and pull their head back pinch their nose and give 2 breaths, watch for the chest to rise and fall.

6. repeat 30 compressions and 2 breaths untill help arrives or the patient becomes unconcious.

Infant CPR-

1. Check the scene- make sure the scene is safe before you begin CPR

2.Check the person- tap the infant on the foot to see if it responds if it doesn't respond, begin CPR

3. call 911- tell someone to call 911, if no one can call 911, call it yourself

4. 30 compressions- place 2 fingers in the center of the chest in between the nipples, and compression must go at least 1/3 of the chest in

5. give 2 breaths- After you give your compressions, put your faceshield over their face, give 2 breaths and look for the chest to rise and fall.

6. continue your 30 compressions and 2 breaths untill help arrives or the person is unconcious.

Adult/Child Conscious Choking-
1. Check the scene- make sure the scene is safe before helping patient

2. Check the person- ask the person, "Are you choking?"

3. call 911- tell someone to call 911, if no one can call 911, call it yourself

4. Put one of your feet in between their feet and find their belly button and put your thumb side of your fist right above it put your other hand on top if it and push inward and upward

4. continue untill the object comes out, person becomes unconscious, or help arrives

Infant Conscious Choking-

1.Check the scene- make sure the scene is safe before you help the baby

2. Check the person- see if the baby is responsive

3. Call 911- tell someone to call 911 if no one can call 911 call it yourself

4. put the baby on your forearm, belly down, and make sure the head is lower than the feet, then give 5 back blows, then flip the baby over on your other forearm and give 5 chest compressions with 2 fingers in the middle of the chest in between the nipples and it must go at least 1/3 of the chest in

5. continue 5 back blows and 5 chest compressions untill help arrives or the baby becomes unconscious

Adult/Child Unconscious Choking-

1.Check the scene- make sure scene is safe before helping the person

2. Check the person- see if the person is responsive

3. Call 911- tell someone to call 911 if no one can call 911 call it yourself

4. Give 30 compressions to the patient- two hands on an adult in the middle of the chest and they must go at least 2 inches into the chest. use only one hand on a child and must go at least 1/3 of the chest in

5. check the airway for an object if there is an object sweep it our with your finger.

6. give 2 breaths, look for the chest to rise and fall.

7. after you give 2 breaths, look in the airway again for an object, if there is an object sweep it out with your finger.

8. continue this cycle untill help arrives or the object comes out and the patient wakes up

Infant Unconscious Choking-

1. Check the scene- make sure the scene is safe before you help the patient.

2. check the infant- tap the infant on the foot to see if it responds.

3. call 911- tell someone to call 911, if no one can call 911, call it yourself

4. give 30 compressions- place your 2 fingers in the middle of the infants chest, compressions must go at least 1/3 of the chest in

5. after you give compressions, look for an object in the airway, if there is an object, sweep it out with your finger

6. give 2 breaths look for the chest to rise and fall

7. after your give your breaths, look for an object in the airway, if there is an object sweep it out with your finger.

8. continue this cycle untill help arrives or the object comes out and the infant wakes up.

Bleeding-

1. Check the scene- make sure the scene is safe before helping the patient

2. Check the person- say "I am trained in first aid."

3. cal 911- tell someone to call 911, if no one can call 911, call it yourself.

4. apply direct pressure to the wound

5. begin wrapping around the bandage still keeping the pressure on the wound

6. after wrapped, elevate wound and wait for help to arrive

AED-

1. Turn the machine on

2. Bare the chest

3. Place one pad on upper right chest above the nipple, place the other below lower left ribs under armpit

4. Stand clear of body while AED analyzes body

5. If AED says "shock advised" say "clear" so that no one is touching the body when it gives the shock

6. right after the shock has been given, go right into CPR with 30 compressions and 2 breaths

7. continue untill help arrives or the patient wakes up

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