Student CPR


by:Katelyn Redmond


Adult/Child CPR

1. Check the scene.

2. Check the person by tapping the shoulder.

3. Call 9-1-1.

4. Do 30 Compressions

    1. 1/3 the depth of the chest for the child use one hand.

5. Give 2 breaths if they don't go in reposition the head and try again.

6. When to stop: Continue the cycle until an AED arrives, advanced medical personnel take over, the patient shows signs of life, the scene becomes unsafe, or your too exhausted to continue.


Infant CPR

1. Check the scene.

2. Check the baby by tapping the feet and saying "Baby Baby are you ok".

3. Hey you in the plaid shirt go call 9-1-1.

4. Do 30 compressions 1/3 the depth of the chest and use two fingers.

5. Give two puffs of air if breaths don't go in reposition the head and try again.

6. When to stop: Continue the cycle until an AED arrives, advanced medical personnel take over, the patient shows signs of life, the scene becomes unsafe, or your too exhausted to continue.

Adult/Child conscious choking

1. Check the person ask if they are choking.

2. Stand behind the person with one foot in-between the persons feet and your other foot behind you.

3. Place the flat side of your fist just above the patients belly button.Grab the back of  your fist with your other hand.

4. Administer Abdominal thrusts, pulling inward and upward until the object comes out or the patient becomes unconscious.

Infant conscious choking

1. Support the Infant's face and place body on your forearm.

2. Keep the Infants head lower  than the feet.

3. Administer 5 back blows between the shoulder blades with the palm of your hand.

4. Support the infant's head.Turn the baby over onto your other forearm.Give 5 chest thrusts.

5. Continue back blows and chest thrusts until the object comes out or the baby becomes unconscious.

Unconscious choking Adult,Child, and Infant

If you are giving someone abdominal thrusts and the person goes unconscious lower the patient safely to the ground.

1. Activate the EMS and send someone to call 9-1-1.

2. Give 30 chest compressions.

3. Open the airway and check the mouth for a foreign body.If something is seen sweep it out with your finger. Use the pinky finger for an infant.

4. Attempt rescue breaths. If breaths don't make the chest rise reposition the head and reattempt the rescue breaths.

5. Continue compressions, foreign body check, breathing attempts until air goes in and chest rises.

6. If the person is still unconscious and not breathing normally continue CPR with cycles of 30 compressions and 2 breaths.

7. If the person vomits roll the person on their side and clear out their airway. After the airway is cleared.Roll the person back and continue care


Bleeding

If there is a person with an open wound treat it by first put on gloves and grab a gauze pad and put pressure on the wound. Then wrap the wound above and below and make sure you wrap it tight.

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