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911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
911, cpr and aed
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  • 1. 911 & CPR in theClassroom, Campus or in the Community By: Mark Schubert, TCC AHA BCLS Instructor 1 03/28/13
  • 2. Introduction Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Pushing on the chest (compressions) and giving breaths Call 911, start CPR right away and use an AED 2 03/28/13
  • 3. Agenda You will learn the basics of how, why and when to give CPR Pushing hard and fast on the chest (compressions) will be the primary focus 3 03/28/13
  • 4. Overview Bystander CPR and AED use can help save a life through preserving the brain and heart, and returning the heart to a normal rhythm Understanding your role and how the puzzle fits together can save a life cpr aha aed heart 911 shoc k ecc brain ppe 4 03/28/13
  • 5. Fears of doing CPR 5 03/28/13
  • 6. Vocabulary 911=Emergency response number Compression=act of pushing on the chest Mask=breathing tool for protection AED=automatic device to shock the heart 6 03/28/13
  • 7. Scene safety Look for anything nearby that may hurt you You don’t want to hurt yourself 7 03/28/13
  • 8. Tap and Shout Check if the person responds Tap him and shout, “Are you OK?” If he doesn’t move, speak, blink, or otherwise react, then he is not responding 8 03/28/13
  • 9. Call 911 Yell for help Have the person who comes phone 911 and get an AED If no one can help, phone 911 and get an AED. Use it. 9 03/28/13
  • 10. Check for breathing Make sure the person is on a firm, flat surface Check breathing (no longer than 10 secs) If the person isn’t breathing at all or is only gasping, give CPR Heathcare providers will check for a pulse prior to beginning CPR, lay rescuers will not 10 03/28/13
  • 11. Begin compressions Move clothing from chest Heel of one hand on lower half of breastbone. Heel of other hand on top of the first hand Push straight down, hard and fast Compress the chest 30 times 11 03/28/13
  • 12. Chest Compression Video 12 03/28/13
  • 13. Give breaths Open airway (head tilt-chin lift) Pinch the nose shut, cover the mouth with your mouth (or use a mask) Give 2 breaths (blow for 1 second each) 13 03/28/13
  • 14. CPR demonstration video 14 03/28/13
  • 15. Keep going Keep giving sets of 30 compressions and 2 breaths You may pause when the AED arrives, the person starts to respond, or trained help arrives and takes over 15 03/28/13
  • 16. Use the AED when it arrives Turn it on by lifting the lid or pressing the “ON” button Follow the prompts 16 03/28/13
  • 17. AED demonstration video 17 03/28/13
  • 18. Hands only CPR 18 03/28/13
  • 19. Summary We have learned how, why and when to give CPR CPR may be performed whenever and wherever needed Are there any questions???? 19 03/28/13
  • 20. Where to Get More Information Visit the American Heart Association @www.heart.org/cpr Visit ProCPR training @www.procpr.org 20 03/28/13

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