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  • First Aid/CPR AssignmentResources:~ Power point presentation~ Website. http://depts.washington.edu/learncpr/index.htmlDirections:~Using the website, click on the topics and read or watch the video.~Look at, read and take notes off PPT~Read through the list of questions below.~Answer the questions.~After you have finished the questions take the CPR QUIZ on the website. ~If you get 100%within 2 attempts you will get 3 mentosQuestions:1. 3 sudden occurrences or injuries that can cause a person to suddenly stop breathing. 1 2 32. 6 Signs/symptoms that a person is having a heart attack 1 2 3 4 5 63. 3 life style behaviors that put a person at risk for having a heart attack 1 2 34. What is the leading cause of death for adults?5. Where (what physical location) do most heart attacks occur?6. Name 3 health factors that you can’t control. 1. 2. 3.7. How much does giving CPR increase a persons chance of survival from a sudden cardiac arrest?8. Who has more heart attacks? Men or Women?9. What is the first thing you do when you find a person who looks unconscious?10. What can you do to identify if a person is still breathing?
  • 11. What are agonal respirations?12. When performing CPR, how can the rescuers tell if it is working?13. What are chest compressions?14. What does the ratio 30 to 2 refer to?15. What physical complications for the victim can arise while the rescuer is performing CPR?16. Is CPR performed differently for adults/children and infants? Yes or no? How?17. What are some of the causes for an infant or child to stop breathing? 1 2 318. What should you do when an unconscious person vomits?19. When do you stop CPR?20. Can CPR be done on a pet?21. Can I get AIDS from doing CPR?22. When you are giving mouth to mouth are you: a. actually breathing oxygen into the victims lungs b. Trying to stimulate breathing by breathing carbon dioxide into their lungs?23. If I perform CPR correctly will the person always live?23. If an adult or teenager is conscious but not breathing what should you do? Step 1 Step 2
  • http://handsonlycpr.eisenberginc.com/The American Heart Association (AHA) has releasednew guidelines on cardiopulmonary resuscitation for adults who unexpectedly stop breathing,collapse, and are unresponsive. It is no longer necessary to administer mouth to mouth, butinstead, fast chest compressions are critical for the individual’s survival. The best thing you cando for an adult that has unexpectedly collapsed is call 911 and immediately start pushing hardand fast on the person’s chest until help arrives.Source: http://handsonlycpr.eisenberginc.com/New, Simpler CPR GuidelinesPosted by jreiswig on March 16, 2006 @ 11:02 amCategories: Biomedical NewsIn November 2005, the American Heart Association issued new cardiopulmonary resuscitation(CPR) guidelines [published in Circulation 112(24 Suppl), December 13, 2005] which aresimpler than the previous guidelines. Mickey Eisenberg, M.D., Professor of Medicine at theUniversity of Washington, has created a website that breaks down the guidelines into threesimple steps: call, blow, and pump. Eisenbergs website also links to a video demonstration, andto a printable CPR pocket guide.Hat Tip: Harvard Health Letter 31(5), March 2006 Learn CPR is a free public servicesupported by the University of Washington School of Medicine. Learn the basics of CPR -cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Updated with new CPR Guidelines issued by the AmericanHeart Association and published in Circulation, March 31, 2008.http://depts.washington.edu/learncpr/index.html