First aid.txt

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First aid.txt
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Day 1 First aid BLS
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  1. What is the order of airway, breathing and circulation?
    • C
    • A
    • B
  2. What is the order you do things when approaching a cardiac arrest patient.
    • - Scene safety
    • - Check responsiveness and breathing
    • - Call for help and AED
    • - Check for pulse
    • - C - Start compressions
    • - B - give breaths
    • *Repeat*
  3. When doing compressions what should you always do?
    - Count out loud
  4. When do you switch roles in 2+ CPR?
    - After 5 cycles/2mins of CPR or after AED starts analysing
  5. What conclusion do you come to about breathing?
    - Normal or not
  6. How do you check responsiveness?
    - Shake and shout at the victim
  7. Where is your corroded artery?
    - Neck
  8. Where is your brachial Artery?
    - Bicep
  9. What do you have to do before giving breaths?
    • - Head tilt chin lift
    • - Jaw thrust
  10. When do you use a jaw thrust?
    - When you believe there is a possibility of broken back or neck
  11. You try to give compressions at a rate of...
    - 100/minute
  12. For adults, you should give compressions at a depth of...
    - 2'' or 5cm
  13. For children, you should give compressions at a depth of...
    - at least 1/3 of the childs girth
  14. For an unresponsive patient, you should begin compressions within...
    - 10 seconds
  15. What is a BVM?
    • - Bag Valve Mask
    • - CFD uses a smart bag
  16. How many compressions:breaths for 1 Rescuer Adult CPR.
    - 30:2
  17. How many compressions:breaths for 2 Rescuer Adult CPR.
    - 30:2
  18. How many compressions:breaths for 1 Rescuer Child CPR.
    - 30:2
  19. How many compressions:breaths for 1 Rescuer Infant CPR.
    - 30:2
  20. How many compressions:breaths for 2 Rescuer Child CPR.
    - 15:2
  21. How many compressions:breaths for 2 Rescuer Infant CPR.
    - 15:2
  22. An infant is between:
    - 0-1 years old
  23. A child is between:
    - 1 to puberty
  24. An adult is between:
    - puberty +
  25. What is the AED really asking when it asks, "Did you witness the arrest?"
    • - Do you need to give 30 seconds of CPR first? (or has someone completed this already?)
    • -If your not sure if the initial rescuer was giving good CPR, you do it for 30 seconds
  26. Name a new considerations when placing AED pads on a patient.
    • - no excessive hair
    • - do not place a pad on a pacemaker
    • - do not put a pad on a medicinal patch
  27. After the AED shocks, do you give breaths or compressions first?
    - compressions
  28. If an adult or child is choking explain your sequence of events
    • - abdominal thrusts
    • (Patient faints)
    • - Start CPR along with checking the mouth for blockages before giving breaths
    • (NO BLIND FINGER SWEEPS)
  29. What is your sequence of events for a choking infant
    • - infant upside down on one arm, holding head lower than the body
    • - 5 back blows
    • - flip infant over for 5, 2 finger ab thrusts
    • Repeat until unconscious...
    • - Then infant CPR, checking mouth before breaths
  30. If unwitnessed, 1 rescuer should give an unresponsive child or infant:
    - 5 cycles of CPR before calling 911
  31. On adults you should check the pulse at:
    • - The corodid (for rate)
    • - The radial (for a sign of shock)
  32. On a child you should check the pulse at:
    • - The corodid (for rate)
    • - The radial (for a sign of shock)
  33. On an Infant you should check the pulse at:
    - The breakeal artery (bicep)
  34. When you assess breathing what should your conclusion be?
    • - Normal
    • - Not normal
  35. Rescue breathing rates for Adults, Children, and infants.
    • - Adults - 1 every 5 seconds
    • - Children - 1 every 3 seconds
  36. Use CAB when the patient is:
    - unresponsive and unconscious
  37. Use ABC when the patient is:
    - responsive and conscious

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