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CPR

ADULT AND OLDER CHILD (puberty and older)

CHILD

(1year old to puberty)

INFANT

(LESS THAN 1 YEAR OLD)

Establish that the victim does not respond.

Activate your emergency response system.

Activate your emergency response system as soon as the victim is found.

Activate your emergency response systemafter giving 5 cycles of CPR.

Open the airway.

Use head tilt-chin lift.

Head tilt-chin lift (Suspected trauma: jaw thrust)

Check breathing.

If the victim is not breathing, give two breaths that make the chest rise.

Open the airway, look, listen and feel.

Take atleast 5 sec and no more than 10 seconds.

First two breaths.

Give two breaths. ( 1 second each)

Check pulse.

Atleast 10 seconds and no more than10 seconds.

Carotid pulse

(if no opulse, start CPR)

Carotid pulse ( if no pulse or pulse is < 60 bpm with signs of poor perfusion, start CPR)

Brachial pulse ( if no pulse or pulse is < 60 bpm with signs of poor perfusion, start CPR)

START CPR

 

COMPRESSION LOCATION

CENTER OF BREAST BONE BETWEEN NIPPLES

JUST BELOW NIPPLE LINE ON BREAST BONE

COMPRESSION METHOD

HEEL OF ONE HAND, OTHER HAND ON TOP

(OR 1 HAND FOR SMALL VICTIMS)

2 FINGERS

(2 THUMB-ENCIRCLING HANDS FOR TWO RESCUER cpr)

COMPRESSION DEPTH

1 ½ TO 2 INCHES

1/3 TO ½ DEPTH OF CHEST

COMPRESSION RATE

100 PER MINUTE

COMPRESSION – VENTILATION RATIO

30:2

(1- OR 2- RESCUER cpr)

30:2 FOR 1-RESCUER cpr

(15:2 FOR 2- RESCUER CPR)

   

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