Adult/child concious choking

Conscious Choking ask, “Are you choking? If a person is unable to breath or speak, treat the patient. Activate EMS Adult and Child Stand behind the victim with one foot in-between the victims feet and your other foot behind you. Place the flat side of your fist just above the patients belly button. Grab the back of your fist with your other hand. Administer abdominal thrusts, pulling inward and upward, until the object comes out or the patient becomes unconscious.

infant conscious choking

Support the infant’s face and place body on your forearm. Keep the infants head lower than the feet. Administer 5 back blows between the shoulder blades with the palm of your hand.Support the infant’s head. Turn the baby over onto your other forearm. Give 5 chest thrusts. Continue back blows and chest thrusts until object comes out or infant becomes unconscious.

adult/child unconscious choking

Position Person: Lower person safely to the ground. Call 911: If 911 has not been called, send someone to call 911 and get an AED if available.30 compressions using 2 hands 100 compressions per minute open airway look for objects and give 2 breaths.if air doesn't go in reposition head and try again.do your 30 compressions and 2 breaths again.check for object and do 30 compressions and 2 breaths again.

infant unconscious choking

Check the Scene - make sure it is safe for you to help the choking victim. Don't become another victim yourself. Check the Victim - If the parent is there, identify yourself and ask if you can help. If the infant cannot cough, cry, or breathe, then they need help. Call for Help - Tell someone to call 9-1-1.If you are alone with an infant, skip this step until later - it's more important to fix the choking. Blows and Thrusts. Carefully hold the infant face down on your forearm, your hand supporting its head and neck. Strike the infant directly between the shoulder blades with the heel of your other hand 5 times. Turn the infant over and position two fingers in the center of the chest. Give 5 1/2 to 1 inch deep chest thrusts. Repeat Blows and Thrusts until the object is forced out, the infant starts breathing, or the infant becomes unconscious.

adult/child CPR

Check the Scene make sure it is safe for you to help.Check the Victim. tell someone to call 911.30 Chest compressions.Place the heel of one hand in the center of the chest and your other hand on top of it. Press chest down 2 inches at a rate of 100 per minute. tilt head back, lift chin up to open airway.Pinch nose closed, take a normal breath, cover victim's mouth with yours and blow out your breath until you see the chest rise. Give a second breath. If chest doesn't rise, open airway again. Repeat until help arrives or the victim begins breathing.

infant CPR

check scene make sure its safe check the victim tell someone to call 9111 then do 30 chest compressions with 2 fingers of one hand and 1/3 of the chest deep at a rate of 100 compressions per minute check for object in mouth if there is an object sweep it out with your smallest finger then give 2 breaths make sure the chest is rising if it isnt then reposition head and try again.

AED

turn the machine on.bare the chest and dry it off you may need to shave the chest.place one pad on the upper right chest above the nipple and the other one below the armpit on the left side.then follow the directions on the pads.follow AED prompts.if the machine advises a shock stand clear. after the shock give 30 chest compressions and 2 breaths.

bleeding

check thew person ask im trained in first aid can i help you send someone to call 911 apply gloves use gauze or other barrier to apply direct pressure to site of wound elevate if no fracture is detected.apply more dressings if needed and a pressure bandage. check for capillary refill skin color to make sure it is not to tight.

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