Learn CPR

​http://depts.washington.edu/learncpr/quickcpr.html


AIRWAY 

• Place victim flat on his/her back on a hard surface.
• Shake victim at the shoulders and shout “are you okay?”
• If no response, call emergency medical system -911 then,
• Head-tilt/chin-lift – open victims’ airway by tilting their head back with one hand while lifting up their chin with your other hand.

BREATHING 
• Position your cheek close to victims’ nose and mouth, look toward victims’ chest, and
• Look, listen, and feel for breathing (5-10 seconds)
• If not breathing, pinch victim’s nose closed and give 2 full breaths into victim’s mouth (use microshield). Purchase CPR Mouthpiece Here
• If breaths won’t go in, re-position head and try again to give breaths. If still blocked, perform abdominal thrusts (Heimlich maneuver)

CIRCULATION 
• Check for carotid pulse by feeling for 5-10 seconds at side of victims’ neck.
• If there is a pulse but victim is not breathing, give Rescue breathing at rate of 1 breath every 5 seconds Or 12 breaths per minute
• If there is no pulse, begin chest compressions as follows:
• Place heel of one hand on lower part of victim’s sternum. With your other hand directly on top of first hand, Depress sternum 1.5 to 2 inches.
• Perform 15 compressions to every 2 breaths. (rate: 80-100 per minute)
• Check for return of pulse every minute. CONTINUE UNINTERRUPTED UNTIL ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT IS AVAILABLE.

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