CPR Adult/Child/Infant

1. Check the scene

2. Check the person. Tap and shout. Look for a response

3. Activate EMS- call 911

4. Compressions- give 30 compressions at a rate of 100 per. minute (place the heel of your hand between the nipples, u can use 1 or 2 hands for a child) (Adult: 2in deep/Child: 1/3in deep)

4. Infant: Place 2 fingers in the middle of the chest. Compress 1/3 deep

5. Open airway using head lift chin tilt. Make sure the airway is clear.

6.Give 2 breathes for 1 second each. Watch for chest rise and fall.

7. Continue cycles of 30 compressions to 2 breaths

Conscious Choking Adult/Child

1.Ask the person if they are choking

2. Activate EMS (911)

3. Position: Stand behind the person with 1 foot between there legs. Find their belly button and make a fist and with your other hand cover your fist. Use upper ward thrusts to jar the object loose, until the object comes loose or the patient becomes unconscious.


1. See if the infant is choking or not

2.Activate EMS (911)

3. Position: support the infants face with your forearm. make sure the infants head is below it's feet.

4. Do 5 back blows in between the shoulder blades. Support the infants head and turn it over and do 5 cheat thrusts. continue process until the baby goes unconscious or the object comes out.

Special Circumstances: If the patient is pregnant or to big to reach around, give chest thrusts instead.

Unconscious Choking/Adult/Child/Infant

1. If the patient in conscious and then goes unconscious while choking lower them to the ground. If you found them unconscious choking, then call 911 if some one hasn't yet.

2. Give 30 chest compressions

3. Open airway and check for the object. If there is do a finger sweep.(Use your pinky finger for an Infant)

4. Give 2 breaths if they don't go in, re-position the head and try again. Continue the compressions, object check, breathing attempts until air goes in.

5. If victim is still unconscious and not breathing right, continue CPR, 30 compressions to 2 breaths.


1. Turn on machine

2. Bare the chest and make sure its dry

3. Adult pad placement, place 1 above the nipple on the right side. Place the other 1 on the patients lower left ribs below the armpit. Make sure the pads are down firmly. Follow along with the AED.

4. Stand clear of the patient. Don't touch the patient while it is analyzing.

5. If the AED says shock advised yell clear.and make sure know one is touching the patient. Push the shock button. If know shock is advised then give CPR.

6. Once the shock is given then give CPR 30 compressions to 2 breaths. continue cycles until you see signs of life. The AED analyzes every 2 minutes.

AED placement/Infant/Child

1. For ages 1-8 use child pads. If you only have adult pads, it should still be used if the infant or child in cardiac arrest. For ages 1 and under, it is preferable to use a manual defibrillator.

2.Placement for a child: 1 above the right nipple and 1 below the left nipple. Placement for an Infant: 1 on the chest and 1 on the back.

Arterial Bleeding

1. Activate EMS (911)

2. Apply pressure

3. Wrap the injury and start at the end of the arm and work toward the heart, make sure you don't cut off blood flow to the hand, elevate the arm above the heart.

4.Make sure the blood doesn't seep through the bandage if it does apply more bandage.

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