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What are some reseasons a person might have a breathing emergency?
(1)choking (2)head injury (3)heart attack etc
What is the differ btwn respiratory distress and arresst?
(1)distress=means the person has trouble breathing (2)arest=means the person has stopped breathing
NAMe
this means the person has stoped breathing
respiratory arrest
NAME
this means the person has trouble breathing
respiratory distress
What is respiratory distress?
means the person has trouble breathing
Wht is respiratory arrest?
means the person has stoped breathing
For adults, rescue breathing consists of 1 breath for every (1)
5 sds
For children rescue breathing consists of 1 breath for (1)
3 sds
What is the differ btwn rescue breathing in children vs adults/
(1)children- 1 breath per 3 sds (2)adults= 1 breath per 5 sds
When starting resuce breathing you need (1)
tilt the person's head back
During rescure breathing, Every (1)the person's pulse should be checked again
2 mins
How long should you check their pulse and breathing?
10 sds
A persons breathing and pulse should be checked in (1)
10 sds
How should the breathing mask be placed in children?
backwards
What happens if the child's parents are not present and the child is in cardiac arrest?
conset is implied
When doing rescue breathing look for the (1)
rising of the chest
If an conscious adult or child is choking, how would u perform the hilmic?
(1)stand behind them (2)make a fist with the other hand and place the thumb side against the abdomen jst above the navel (3)grab the fist and make upward thrusts
iF an conscious infant is choking, how would u perform the hilmic? (3)
(1)place the infant on your forearm on your thigh upside down (2)w the heal of your hand, give 5 back blows (3)then flip the child over and give the child 5 chest thrusts
if a child's parent or guardian is not present then (1)
consent is implied
Draw a chart of what to comparing CPR in adults vs children vs infants
see pg 127
When performing cpr, on a adult, where do you position your hands?
on hand over the other on the chest
When performing CPR on a child, where do you position your hands?
on hand over the other on the chest jst above the sternum
When performing CPR on a infant, where do you position the hands?
two or three fingers on the center of the chest
When performing CPR on a adult, you compress (1)inches
1 1/2 to 2
When performing CPR on a child, you compress (1)inches
1 to 1 1/2
When performing CPR on a infant, you compress (1)inches
1/2 to 1
When performing CPR there are (1)compressions and (2)breathes
30 (2)2
How many compressions should you perform ?
about 100 per min
When using AED, where should you place the pads
on a adult ? (2)
(1)on pad on the upper right chest (2)the other pad on the lower left
Call first or Care first?
call first
What are some ways to emergency move someone? (4)
(1)clothes drag (2)two-person seat carry (3)Walking assist--have them by puting arm around ure neck (4)Foot drag