CPR,Conscious and Unconscious Choking and First Aid Cheat Sheet

Dylan Rasmussen

CPR-Adult Training

When you see an adult on the ground unconscious you think that you should start CPR. Here's how you should start:

1.Check the Scene- When they mean check the scene they mean by is the person in sitting water or on a metal surface, just in case if you use an AED.

2.Check the Adult-You check to see if the person is responsive or if he is unconscious. You will do that by tapping the person on their shoulder.

3.Call 911- If the person is unconscious then you will have to tell someone to call 911 like this "You in the green shirt go call 911 and come back I might need your help."

4.Compressions-Once you tell someone to call 911 go right into compressions. On any person you do 30 compressions in the center of the chest,but you use 2 hands on an adult.

5.Rescue Breaths-After you have done your compressions you give 2 rescue breaths. You tilt the head pinch the nose and you want to have a good seal on your face sheild. If your breaths don't go in you will repeat the process of compressions and breaths.

CPR-Child Training

Child CPR is exactly the same as adult CPR.

1.Check the scene-Check to see if the child is in standing water or a metal surface if so remove from that spot just in case if you use an AED.

2.Check the person-You see if the person is responsive or unconscious. You will do this by tapping the person's shoulder.

3.Call 911- If person is unresponsive then tell someone to call 911 like this "You in the green shirt go call 911 and come back I might need your help."

4.Compressions-Once you have EMS on the way you will start your compressions. You give 30 compressions with only one hand, but you only go a 1/3 of the chest down.

5.Rescue Breaths-When you have done your 30 compressions you will then tilt the head back and give 2 rescue breaths. If it doesn't go in then retilt and do them again. If it does go in then repeat the process of compressions and breaths.

CPR-Infant Training

Now infant CPR is  a little bit different than child and adult.

1.Check the scene-Check to see if the infant is in stannding water or a metal surface. If so, then remove he/she from the spot just in case if you use an AED.

2.Check the infant-You check to see if the infant is responsive or unconscious. You will do this by tapping their foot.

3.Call 911-If the infant is unresponsive then you will ask someone to call 911 like this"You in the green shirt go call 911 and come back I might need your help."

4.Compressions-Once EMS is on the way you will start your compressions. You give 30 compressions with only 2 fingers and only a 1/3 of the chest deep.

5.Rescue Breaths-Once you have completed your compressions you will then tilt the head and give 2 rescue breaths. If the breaths don't go in then you will have to retilt and do it again. If the breaths do go in then you will repeat the process of compressions and breaths.

Unconscious Choking-Adult

When you have been giving abdominal thrusts and the person becomes unconscious you want to lower him/her to the ground.

1.Call 911-Tell someone to call 911 and come back like this"You in the green shirt go call 911 and come back I might need your help.

2.Compressions-Once you have EMS on the way you will start your 30 compressions with two hands.

3.Check the Mouth-Once you are done with your compressions you will tilt the head and check to see if the object is there. If it is you use your gloved finger to sweep it out.

4.Rescue Breaths-If the object isn't there you will go into rescue breaths. If the breaths don't go in then retilt the head and do them again. If they do go in and they are still unconscious then you will repeat CPR.

Unconscious Choking-Child

The unconscious choking child training is the same thing as unconscious choking adult.

1. Call 911-Once you have lowered the child to the ground you have someone to call 911 and come back because you might need their help.

2.Compressions-Once you have EMS on the way you go right into compressions.The difference is though is that instead of using 2 hands you will use 1 hand on certain children because of their size you either use 1 or 2 hands.

3.Check the Mouth-After you are done with your compressions you will tilt the head check to see if the object is there. If it is then use your gloved finger to sweep it out.

4.Rescue Breaths-If the object isn't there then tilt the head back and give rescue breaths. If it doesn't go in do it again. If it does then repeat CPR.

Unconscious Choking-Infant

When you have an infant choking and becomes unconscious you will do these steps:

1.Lower the infant to the ground.

2.Give 30 compressions with 2 fingers a 1/3 of the depth of the chest down.

3.Tilt the head back and check to see if the object is in the mouth. If it is then use your pinky to sweep it out.

4.If the object isn't there then give 2 rescue breaths. If the breaths don't go in then retilt and try again. If they do go in then repeat the compressions and breaths if have to until you see the object. Once the object is removed you still want to keep going


Conscious Choking-Adult and Child

1.Check the scene

2.Ask if the person is choking

3.Call 911

4.Give 5 abdominal thrusts.(Make a fist with thumb tucked in and place it, with thumb side to the body, above the belly button.Then place your other hand over your fist and go in and up.)

5.If the person starts to breath and says that he/she is fine then you can stop, but if he/she goes unconscious you should do the adult or child unconscious choking process.

Conscious Choking-Infant

1.Check the scene.

2.See if the infant is actually choking or not.

3. Call 911.

4.Give 5 back blows.(You want to support the head and have the body on top of your forearm and have the head near your knee. Use the heal of your hand to give the back blows.)

5.Give 5 chest compressions.(Use only 2 fingers)

6.If the infant starts crying and starts to breath then you can stop, but if the infant goes unconscious then you should do the unconscious infant process.

Arterial Bleeding

1.Check the scene

2.Check the wound

3.Place gauze on wound and apply pressure on the wound and also have the wound above the heart.

4.Start to wrap the wound and gauze at the upper end and work your way down and make a loop and tie it like your shoe.

5.If the blood starts to bleed through just add more gauze and wrap.

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