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Page 18 - Perform a tongue-jaw lift, followed by a finger sweep to remove the object.
Page 18 - To deliver abdominal thrusts to the unresponsive/unconscious victim, kneel astride the victim's thighs and place the heel of one hand against the victim's abdomen, in the midline slightly above the navel and well below the tip of the xiphoid; place second hand directly on top of the first and press both hands into the abdomen with quick upward thrusts Relief of FBAO in...
Page 18 - ... the fist with the other hand • press the fist into the victim's abdomen with a quick upward thrust.
Page 17 - It has been stated that you can live three minutes without air, three days without water, three weeks without food, and three months without love. Some feel that these categories might stretch their time limits to four, others would feel shorter periods might be lethal.