STUDENT
CPR

By:
Carter Wakefield

Adult CPR-

Step 1-Check the seen make sure it is a safe place for CPR.

Step 2-Check and see if the person is ok and if they respond.

Step 3- Have someone call 911 then have them come back you might need help.

Step 4-30 compression's at a rate of 100 compression's per minute.

Step 5- 2 breaths then 30 more compression's.

Child CPR-

Step 1-Check the seen make sure it is a safe place for CPR.

Step 2-

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Step 5-

Infant CPR-

Step 1- Check and see if the baby is okay.

Step 2- Have somebody go call 911 and than come back,because you may need help.

Step 3- Begin 30 compression's using your index and middle finger two thirds of the way deep at a rate of 100 compression's per minute.

Step 4- 2 blows followed by 3 more compression's  with index and middle finger.

Choking

Adult Choking-

Step 1- Ask if the person is okay. Have them nod yes or no.

Step 2- Have a person call 911 and than come back, because you may need their help.

Step 3- Find their belly button with your pinkie than go two finger lengths above that.

Step 4- begin 30 compression's going in and upward.

step 5- when the person coughs up food keep them calm and say they did well.

Child Choking-

Step 1- Ask if they are all right.

Step 2- Have someone call 911, than come back, because they may need help.

Step 3- Get down to their level, find their bellybutton than go two finger lengths above that.

Step 4- Start 30 compression's, going in and upward.

Step 5- When food is removed keep child calm.

Infant Choking-

Step 1- If not making noise, that is an indication the baby is choking.

Step 2- Start 5 back slaps, to the infants back.

Step 3- Turn them back over, than look for object.

Step 4-  30 chest compression's.

Step 5- Keep calm.


Bleeding

Step 1-Clean the wound

Step 2-Keep the wound above the heart so it doesn't pump blood to the wound.

Step 3-Put pressure on the wound to stop or control the bleeding.

Step 4-Put pressure on the wound while rapping the wound.

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