CPR cheat sheet
Check Scene: Make sure there is nothing that could harm you if you do CPR on the person, also put on gloves and prepare face shield.
Check Person: Check if the victim is responsive by tapping their shoulder and shouting, also see if the victim is breathing.
Call 911: If unresponsive and not breathing send someone to call 911.
30 compressions: Use two hands in the middle of the chest at the nipple line and give 30 compressions that are 2 inches deep at a rate of 100 per minute on an adult. If it is a child then one hand or two hands 1/3 of chest is the depth.
Open airway: Tilt head so it is easier for air to get through look for foreign bodies.
Give 2 breaths: Give 2 breaths lasting 1 second each, watch to see if the chest rises
Continue CPR: Cycles of 30 compressions and two breaths until the victim wakes up, scene becomes unsafe, you become too tired to continue, or EMS arrives.
Check scene: Make sure the scene is safe, so doing the CPR wouldn't harm you. Then put on gloves and prepare face mask.
Check person: Tap the infant's foot to check for responsiveness and breathing.
Call 911: If infant is unresponsive have someone call 911.
30 compressions: Use two fingers in the middle of the chest and give 30 compressions 1/3 of chest at a rate of 100 compression per minute.
Open airway: Tilt head back a little to open up the air way.
Give two breaths: Then give two breaths, but just little puffs of air
Continue CPR: Continue cycles of 30 compressions to 2 breaths until infant wakes up, the safe becomes unsafe, EMS arrives, or you are too tired to continue.
Ask victim if they are choking: Simply ask the victim if they're chocking.
position feet: If they say yes then stand behind the victim with one foot in between the victims feet and the other foot behind you.
position hands: Place the flat side of your fist just above the patient's belly button and grab the other side of your fist with your other hand.
Give abdominal thrusts: Give abdominal thrusts pulling inward and outward until object comes out or victim becomes unconscious.
Infant Conscious Choking
Support the infants face and place body on your forearm.
Keep the infants head lower than their feet.
Give 5 back blows between the shoulder blades with the palm of your hand.
Support the infants head, turn over to other forearm, then give five chest thrusts.
Give back blows and chest thrusts until object comes out or infant becomes unconscious.
Adult/Child Unconscious Choking
Call 911: Send someone to call 911.
Give 30 chest compressions
Open the air way and check the mouth for a foreign body. If you see one sweep it out with your finger.
Attempt two rescue breaths if breaths don't make chest rise reposition head and reattempt breaths.
Continue compressions, foreign body checks and breaths until air goes in and chest rises.
Infant unconcious CPR
Send someone to call 911
Give 30 chest compressions
Open the mouth and check for a foreign body if one seen sweep it out with your pinky finger.
Give two breaths if they don't make the chest rise reposition and reattempt, continue compressions foreign body checks and and breaths.
Apply direct pressure with a bandage and wrap around starting at the bottom and working your way up. If it bleeds through the bandage apply more on over it never take any off. Also check for capillary refill then call 911ur Tackk, who to share it with, and even how long it lives. So what are you waiting for?
An automated External Defibrillator. It shocks the heart to try to restart it in normal rhythm , it also analyzes the heart's rhythm.
Each minute that the defibrillation is delayed chance of survival is reduced by 10 percent.
Early defibrallation increases survival rate by 50%.
Don't perform if standing water, metal surfaces, bumps, scars, and medicine patches may interfere.
The steps to using it is turn the machine on, bare the chest, dry off the chest if wet, shave excessive hair off, place pad on upper right chest other pad on lower left ribs, make sure pads are pressed down firmly.