CPR

CPR, Mrs. Thorson, 2/7/2014

Adult/Child CPR-

Step 1: Check and see if the scene is safe

Step 2: Check for responsiveness; tap the shoulder

Step 3: Tell someone to call 911

Step 4: Give 30 chest compressions; for an adult heel of hand in the middle of the chest (between nipples) 2 inches deep; for a child heel on hand in the middle of the chest (between nipples) 1/3 depth of the chest

Step 5: open the airway

Step 6: two breaths one second each

Step 7: continue CPR until person becomes conscious EMS arrives

Infant CPR-

Step 1: check and see if the scene is safe

Step 2: check for responsiveness by tapping the foot

Step 3: tell someone to call 911

Step 4: give 30 chest compressions; 2 fingers between the nipples 1/3 depth of the chest

Step 5: open the airway

Step 6: two rescue breaths at least one second

Step 7: continue this until person becomes conscious or EMS arrives

Adult/child Conscious Choking-

Step 1: ask "are you choking"

Step 2: stand with one foot in between the victims feet and the other foot behind you

Step 3: put the flat side of your fist above the belly button of victim then grab your fist with your other hand

Step 4: give abdominal thrusts going up and in until the object comes out or the victim goes unconscious

Infant Conscious Choking-

Step 1: support the babies face and put the baby's body on your forearm

Step 2: make sure to keep the babies head below its feet

Step 3: give 5 back blows in between the shoulders with the heel of your hand

Step 4: support the babies head and turn him/her back on to your forearm and give 5 chest compressions 1/3 depth

Step 5:continue this until EMS arrives or object comes out or the baby goes unconscious

Adult/child Unconscious Choking-

Step 1: lower victim to the ground safely

Step 2: tell someone to call 911

Step 3: give 30 chest compressions; for adult heel of hand in the middle of the chest between the nipples 2 inches deep; for children heel of hand in the middle of chest in between the nipples 1/3 depth

Step 4: open airway then check the mouth for any objects; if you see something use your finger to sweep it out

Step 5: give two rescue breaths; if they do not go in re-position the head and attempt 2 more breaths

Step 6: continue this until EMS arrives; if the person vomits roll them on there side and clear out the airway then roll victim back over and continue caring for them

Infant Unconscious Choking-

Step 1: lower victim to the ground safely

Step 2: tell someone to call 911

Step 3: give 30 chest compressions with two fingers in the middle of the chest in between the nipples 1/3 depth of the chest

Step 4: open the airway then check for any objects; if you see something use your pinky finger to sweep it out

Step 5: give 2 rescue breaths; if they do not do in re-position the head and attempt 2 more breaths

Step 6: continue this until EMS arrives; if baby pukes turn it on its side and clear out the airway then turn back over and continue caring for them

Bleeding-

Step 1: check and see if the scene is safe

Step 2: tell someone to call 911 if necessary

Step 3: give direct pressure at heart level

Step 4: when the bleeding is under control wrapping the bandage kind of the same; keep applying pressure

Step 5: start wrapping toward the end or furthest away from the heart

Step 6: when you get more toward the where the wound is you should twist the bandage which help gives more pressure then check for blood leaking though and check for capillary refill

Step 7: when bandage is wrapped elevate it above the heart

Step 8: wait for EMS

AED-

Step 1: check for safe scene

Step 2: check for responsiveness

Step 3: tell someone to go call 911

Step 4: turn on AED

Step 5: bare the chest; if the victim is wet dry them off; shave the chest if needed

Step 6: for adult/child place the pads above the right nipple and under left armpit; for infant they should be placed in the middle of the chest and back

Step 7: stand clear while AED analyzes the victim

Step 8: push the shock button when AED tells you too

Step 9: when the shock is delivered give 30 chest compressions; adults/child heel of hand in the middle of the chest in between the nipples 2 inches for adult and 1/3 depth of chest for child; infant two fingers in the middle of the chest in between the nipples 1/3 depth of chest

Step 10: give 2 rescue breaths and continue until EMS arrives

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