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Heartsaver CPR and Heimlich Maneuver
1. What are the 4 life threatening emergencies in adults? ~ Heart Attack ~ Cardiac Arrest ~ Choking ~ Stroke
2. The 4 links or actions in the AHA Adult Chain of Survival ~ early access ~ early CPR ~ early defibrillation ~ advance care
3. A heart attack occurs when… One of the hearts major blood vessel becomes blocked so oxygen cannot get to the heart.
4. The most common symptom of a heart attack is… Severe pressure or pain in the center of the chest.
5. Not all victims of heart attack have typical symptoms; women, elderly and diabetics may have vague symptoms such as… ~ aches in the chest ~ heart burn ~ indigestion ~ lower back pain
6. A cardiac arrest occurs… …when the heart stops pumping blood.
7. What are the signs of a cardiac arrest victim? ~ no response ~ no normal breathing ~ no sign of circulation
8. The ABC’s of CPR are: A irway B reathing C irculation
9. What are the 3 things you should do to check if the victim is breathing? ~ LOOK (to see if the chest is rising) ~ LISTEN (for breathing) ~ FEEL (for breathing on your cheek)
10. If a victim is not breathing normally, you should… Give 2 slow rescue breathes.
11. What should you do it a victim shows no signs of circulation? Begin chest compressions with rescue breathing.
12. What should you do if a victim does respond but is not breathing normally? Continue rescue breathes without chest compressions. (1 every 5 seconds)
If a victim is still not responsive after 2 rescue breathes, you should begin CPR with 30 chest compressions and 2 breathes.
13. What does AED stand for and what does it do? Automated External Defibrillator It can analyze heart rhythm, recognize if a shock is needed and administer a shock when ready.
14. What are the 4 special situations you should look for before using an AED? ~ children ~ water ~ implanted pacemaker ~ transdermal medication (patch)
15. How do I know if someone is choking? Choking occurs when the windpipe is blocked. Face turns red A choking person cannot breath or talk Face will turn bluish
16. How do I help a person who is choking?
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