CPR and AED
Jones & Bartlett Learning, May 1, 2004 - Medical - 58 pages
Following the latest CPR guidelines, this program teaches basic life support and addresses breathing and cardiac emergencies in caring for adults, children and infants.
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AAOS abdominal thrusts Adult and Child airway obstruction Airway open Analyze automated external defibrillator back blows Basic Life Support begin CPR blood Breathing and CPR call EMS cardiac arrest cardiopulmonary resuscitation cause Check for signs Check responsiveness chest compressions chest thrusts chest to rise choking victim circulation exist cough death disease electrode pads emergency number emergency telephone number EMS personnel Figure fingers foreign body giving a breath hand heart attack heart rhythm Heimlich maneuver hepatitis infant infection initial assessment injury minute of CPR Mouth-to-barrier device mouth-to-mouth nipples open the airway pacemaker perform CPR person poor air exchange protocols pulse Recheck circulation recovery position rescue breathing rescuer risk Safety Institute Samaritan laws shock is indicated SIDS signs of circulation skill sheets skin slow breaths T F Uncertain T F tilt the head Uncertain T F Uncertain unresponsive victim V-Fib ventricular fibrillation victim's chest victim's mouth Yes Yes Yes