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Give Me The 7 Steps Of Cpr
Does any app give the detailed steps in cardiopulmonary resuscitation&what to do in each sequence?
Broadly speaking, cardioplumonary resuscitation (cpr), is the act of compressing the heart in an effort to create blood flow. This is typically performed as "external" or "closed chest" cpr, as taught by the america heart association. When performed with assisted ventilation, it is possible to deliver enough oxygen to the heart for it to regain its ability to ...Read more
It Can: Any mnemonic device you can use to better remember the steps of CPR is a benefit, especially to the person you are helping. Find the easiest way to remember the steps of cpr, and use whatever it takes to remember them. ...Read more
Side,sweep,resume: Turn them on there side, sweep there mouth out and resume compressions. The new standards for layperson CPR focus on fast and hard compressions without ventilation's to keep circulation going until advanced help arrives. That said i think it is reasonable to stop briefly to clear the airway to prevent material from entering the airway. ...Read more
Call 9-1-1!: Anyone who requires CPR should be taken to the hospital in an ambulance immediately! ...Read more
Can i give cpr to another person sence I have COPD & ashma is there. A danger of me having an ashmma attack?
Get training...: One way to determine if you would tolerate giving CPR is to take a CPR training class, where you will be taught to perform CPR on a mannequin. This might give you an idea of your ability to perform cpr. Actually performing it on a person is more stressful but with proper training, it can be life-saving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: In someone with no pulse and no breathing, CPR takes priority over everything else, otherwise the person will die. If you suspect trauma to the neck there are techniques to administer CPR without moving the neck. This is discussed in every basic life support course which is a great thing to take. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hold neck still: You put one hand on either side of the head to stabilize the cervical spine, and proceed with cpr. The chest compressions are more important than the respirations but hold the neck in the midline and stabilize the spine while doing CPR unless the neck is not centered- do not attempt to center the neck if it appears dislocated. Just keep it immobile. ...Read more
Assess Airway: The initial steps of CPR are as follows: assess for adequate airway (no obstruction), evaluate for spontaneous respiration or breathing, and then provide chest compressions for circulation. However newer guidelines (2010) do stress the need for more rapid and effective chest compressions with less emphasis on rescue breaths. Aeds also play a very important role in resuscitative care as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clear airway: If there is a pulse, open mouth and clear airway. If they are breathing without a pulse, chest thump. ...Read more
Red cross: I would suggest contacted the red cross to look into whatever courses they provide. Also, some hospitals and community groups also provide CPR instruction courses. ...Read more
If knows patient have spinal injury in out of hospital how we can give cpr?
Required any poteaction
Yes: C-spine immobilization and long board. If a patient needs cpr, they won't be alive to worry about their spinal injury if you don't attempt to resuscitate them. The key is to minimize further damage to their spine by immobilization. If you are an emt you should know this backward and forward. If you are a lay person, just know that you want to keep their spine immobile, especially cervical. ...Read more
I had to give cpr to someone tonight. I gave breaths without a mask and then i saw blood coming out of his mouth. Do i need to checked out by a dr.?
Good for you!: Good for you for stepping up to help! if the person you helped has been diagnosed with HIV or hepatitis, there is a small chance you could be at risk. Speak to your doctor asap, because certain preventative therapies are available. Should you be in this situation again, it is ok to begin CPR without doing mouth-to-mouth breathing. Chest compressions alone may be enough. Again, good job! lgromkomd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe and beneficial to give a heart attack victim nitrostat (nitroglycerin) before doing cpr?
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