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Prez 4

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For Health Care Providers and Professional Rescuers
Basic Life Support
Introduction to Basic Life Support
What is Basic life Support?
EMERGENCY ACTION PRINCIPLE
HD
RESPIRATORY ARREST AND RESCUE BREATHING
Risk Factors and Transmittable Diseases
Herpes
Meningitis
Tuberculosis
Hepatitis
HIV & AIDS
Scope and Limitation
Legal Concerns
Basic Life Support does not imply medical treatment and is by no means a replacement for it. Protection includes the application of basic techniques to ensure the comfort, safety, and well-being of an ill or injured person.
Confidentiality
Consent
Duty to Act
Negligence
Abandonment
Standard of Care
PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT DISEASE TRANSMISSION

1.Hand Washing

2.Personal Protective Equipments

3.Equipment Cleaning and Disinfecting
Basic Precautions and Practices
•Check for Responsiveness (Gently Tap the Shoulders say “Are you OK?”If unresponsive, Call Local Emergency no/527-0000. and get an AED.).
CARDIAC ARREST AND CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
FOREIGN BODY AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Primary Assessment
I.Scene Safety
•Is the scene safe?
•What happened?
•How many people are injured?
•Are there bystanders who can help?
•What help is available?
Witnessed or Suspected Cardiac Arrest
Check for No Breathing or no normal breathing Gasping for 10 seconds
Check for pulse not more than 10 seconds
Non Cardiac Case
Check airway
Check for No Breathing or no normal breathing Gasping for 10 seconds
Check for pulse not more than 10 seconds
Note: It is important that the ABC algorithm is still used to access a victim and CAB algorithm is a treatment sequence for a person who is not breathing or breathing normally.
Call for Medical Assistance and Transport Facility
Depending on the situation;
If not alone:
•A bystander should make the telephone call for help (If available).
•A bystander will be requested to call for a physician.
•Somebody will be asked to arrange for transfer facility.
If alone:
•CALL FIRST or CARE FIRST
Secondary Assessment
•Interview the victim
•Check the vital signs
•Do head-to-toe examination looking for other injuries by means of visualization and palpation
Note: Record all assessments including time.
Ways to Ventilate the Lungs
Barriers to ventilate the lungs
Note: Early signs of these disease is not visible
Note: Early signs of these disease is not visible
Note: Early signs of these disease is not visible
Mouth to Mouth
Mouth to Stoma
Mouth to Mouth and Nose
Mouth to Nose
Bag Valve Mask
Face Mask
Face Shield
Ways to do compression
Body position
Hand positioning
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