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CPR - Hands Only CPR

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Cindy Son

on 5 June 2015

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Transcript of CPR - Hands Only CPR

Hands Only CPR

What is Hands Only CPR?
Why is it important?
Steps for CPR
What is CPR?
'C' - Cardio

'P' - Pulmonary

'R' - Resuscitation
Can you help?
My uncle also...

What is Hands Only CPR?
Why is it important?
Brain damage
starts in

Brain damage is certain
after 10minutes without CPR
Chest location
Chest compressions
depth : 2inch (5cm)
rate : at least
100 per minute
Main Point
Thanks !
by Cindy
CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths
recommended for use on teens or adults who you see suddenly collapse
Hands-Only CPR
effective option for people
who have been trained in CPR before
but are afraid to help
because they are not confident that
they can remember and perform
the steps of conventional CPR.
Just imagine ...
between the nipples
Hand position
Call 911

Push hard and fast
between nipples

(2inch=5cm, 100 per min)
Q. Are there times when I should use conventional CPR with breaths?

Yes. There are many medical emergencies that cause a person to be unresponsive and to stop breathing normally. In those emergencies, conventional CPR that includes mouth-to-mouth breathing may provide more benefit than Hands-Only CPR. The American Heart Association recommends CPR with a combination of breaths and compressions for:

- All infants (up to age 1)
- Children (up to puberty)
- Anyone found already unconscious and not breathing normally
- Any victims of drowning, drug overdose, collapse due to breathing problems, or prolonged cardiac arrest


[for Yound children]

Use the heel of
one hand
. If you need more force for a larger child, use both hands as you would for an adult.
at least 100
compressions per minute.
Press the chest down
at least one-third of the depth of the child's chest

[about 5 cm (2 in.)].

If you are trained in CPR,
how many compressions and breaths do you give?
30 compressions, 2 breaths
. Repeat this 30/2 cycle until help arrives or child breathes on his or her own
Note: Rescue breathing may be more important to do for children and babies than for adults.
[Babies younger than 1 year]

two fingers
on the breastbone just below the nipple line
•Use just your two fingers to press the ches
at least one-third of the depth of the baby's chest

[about 4 cm (1.5 in.)

at least 100 compressions a minute.

Rescue breathing is more important to do for children and babies than adults. Give 30 compressions to 2 breaths.
[for Yound children]
[Babies for younger than 1 year]
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