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Pediatric CPR * child CPR * Infant CPR Present by Miss. Sarah A.
Out lines Definition of CPR Purpose of CPR Child CPR Infant CPR Manage of chocked child Manage of chocked infant
what you will do if you see collapsed child??
What is CPR? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is an emergency procedure performed on people suffering cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest.
What is the purpose of CPR? The purpose of CPR is to provide a continuous flow of oxygenated blood to the heart and brain.
what you will do if you see collapsed child??
Check Child’s Response? How ? Responsive child unresponsive child
Responsive Child No need for CPR Put the child in Recovery Position
unresponsive child A-B-C Airway Breathing Circulation Emergency System activation ??
unresponsive child A Look listen for fee For how long?
unresponsive child B Technique
unresponsive child C Technique If there is pulse * if there is no pulse OR * If pulse rate < 60 p / m with poor perfusion signs For how long?
No Pulse Start Cardiac Compressions Technique
If there is pulse Airway Breathing If child breathing Put the child in Recovery Position If child not breathing Give child 1 breath/ 2-3 seconds Until……..?
what you will do if you see collapsed infant??
No hyperextend mouth to nose and mouth Brachial pulse Chest compression
CPR with More than one rescuers (Technique)
automated external defibrillator AED
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