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Basic Life Support, Rescue breathing, Cardiac compression, Managing airway obstructions.

Basic Life Support, Rescue breathing, Cardiac compression, Managing airway obstructions.

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    • DOH A.O. No. 155s 2004,
    • “ Implementing Guidelines for Managing Mass Casualty Incidents During Emergencies and Disasters Basic Life Support (BLS) “
    • 1 . Mandatory for all health personnel
    • 2 . BLS is a basic course and prerequisite of other life support training.
    • General Objective :
    • To equip the participants with knowledge and skills to perform with confidence CPR for adult, child and infant as expected health care provider.
    • At the end of the course, the participants-
      • Have understood that to give proper basic life support- cardiopulmonary resuscitation for adults, child, and infant is part of their social/moral responsibility as health care provider.
      • Can respond to respiratory/cardiac arrest victims and perform with confidence CPR for adult, child and infant
      • Can provide proper after care and endorsement of the recovered respiratory/cardiac arrest victim to a medical facility.
    • 1 . Guidelines in Basic Life Support
    • 2. Introduction to Basic Life support and Cardio Pulmonary resuscitation
    • 3. Foreign Body Airway Obstruction and Management
    • 4. Respiratory Arrest and Rescue Breathing
    • 5. Cardiac Arrest and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
    • Lecture-discussion
    • Demonstration by the facilitator and return demonstration by the participants.
    • BLS Training is a Two Days Training Course
      • 1 day lecture
      • 1 day practical evaluation
    • Modification :
      • 1 Day lecture (First Day)
      • 4 Days Practical evaluation equally divided among the participants( On scheduled basis)
    • Participants work book has been designed to facilitate the learning and understanding of the material presented in the modules. The work book has “fill-ins” information which the facilitator will provide the information to the participants.
    • Practical Evaluation
    • This is based on the skills provided for each method of performance.
    • Participants must pass the skill with a minimum score of 75 as part of the requirement to get the certificate.
    • Written evaluation
      • Participants must pass the exam with a minimum score of 30 as part of the requirement to get the certificate.
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • If completed the course without absence. Usually issued during formal and non-formal closing ceremony.
    • Certificate of Completion
    • Demonstrate the competency skills
    • Correctly answers at least 30 equivalent points of the final examination.
    • Health
      • Must be physically fit to accomplish all skill exercises
      • Smoking is prohibited during the sessiohn
      • Mobile phones must be turned off, Interruptions will only be permitted on silent mode for emergencies.
      • Wear appropriate clothing and footwear in anticipation of practical skill exercises.
    • Participants
    • Deaf
    • Legally Blind
    • Lack/full use of limbs
    • Breathing difficulties
    • Other physical problems
    • Punctual attendance in all activities is mandatory. Non compliance will result to dropping out of the course regardless of its reason.
    • Any questions or clarification by the participants don’t hesitate to ask.
    • Presented by: Dave Jay S. Manriquez RN.