push hard and push fast
When you do compressions you must _________
for ____ you compress at a rate of at least 100/min with a depth of at least 2 inches (5cm)
for ____ you compress at a rate of at least 100/min with a depth approximately 2 inches
for ____ you compress at a rate of at least 100/min with a depth approximately 1 1/2 inches. (4cm)
begin chest compressions
If within 10 seconds you don't feel a pulse or are not sure if you feel a pulse you should...
always ___ the victim for a response and look for normal or abnormal breathing.
shout for help
If there is no response and no breathing or no normal breathing such as gasping you should...
____ are NOT normal breathing, and may be present in the first minutes after sudden cardiac arrest
Shout for help
if you are alone and find an unresponsive victim not breathing you should..
_____ should use the compression - ventilation ration of 30 compressions to 2 breaths when giving CPR to victims at ANY age
always put the heel of one hand on the center of the victims _____ on the lower half of the breastbone
always put the heel of the other hand on ____ of the first hand
directly over your hands
your arms should be straightened and your shoulders should be _____
at the end of each compression be sure to allow the chest to _____.
allows blood to flow into the heart and is necessary for chest compressions to create blood flow.
____ pump the blood in the heart to the rest of the body.
always do CPR on a _____ ground.
bag masks are ONLY used when there are _______
in 2 rescuer cpr rescuer ONE needs to stay at the victims side and perform...
maintain an open airway and give breaths
in 2 rescuer CPR rescuer TWO needs to ....
immediately resume CPR and begin with chest compressions
If no shock is needed, and after any shock delivery by the AED you should...
the carotid or femoral pulse
Where do you check for the pulse if the victim is a child?
when a second rescuer comes for a child the chest compressions ration is _____
the term that is of one year or less of age
at least one third the chest depth, approx 1 1/2 in.
for ____ you give one breath every 3 seconds and check for pulse every 2 minutes
2 thumb encircling hands technique
the type of chest compressions a peson should do if there are two rescuers at the scene
if two rescuers you should switch every ____ to avoid fatigue
6 to 8 seconds
for breaths of both adults and children 1 breath should be every _____ per minute
too quickly or with too much force
if you give breaths _____ air is likely to enter the stomach rather than the lungs which can cause gastric inflation
this develops during mouth-to-mouth or mouth to mask or bag mask. and can have many complications such as vomiting
True or False? Gastric Inflation can be caused even when giving the right amount of breaths.
emergency response system
if a person is choking and becomes unresponsive you should...