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Adult CPR & AED
Transcript of Adult CPR & AED
decreases by 10% AED Pad Placement
Upper Right and
Lower left side of
Victim's body HOW-TO-DO:
Adult CPR & AED By: Kevin Kuhn AED Automatic External Defibrillator Choice of songs Staylin' Alive 900,000 americans suffers
a heart attack each year, and about 157,000 are fatal.
Half the deaths occur within an hour of symptoms occurring.
According to CDC, AHA, ARC History of Resusci Annie around 1800 a body of a young girl was pull from a river in Paris.
unknown cause of death
she was name "the unknown of the seine""
a death mask was made of her.
Asmund Laerdal knew the story and of the mask
Mr. Laerdal chose her mask and realized that men might be reluctant to kiss a male image
He manufactured Rescusci Anne Cardiac Emergencies CPR Cardiac Chain of Survival AED Pad Only about 1 in 4 americans know the
warning signs of a heart attack today.
2001: 1 in 3 were to be well informed. Conclusion Check scene
Push Hard and Fast
Compress 2" and at a rate of 100/min. History of CPR 1740: The Paris Academy of Sciences officially recommended mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for drowning victims.
1891: Dr. Friedrich Maass performed the first equivocally documented chest compression in humans
1956: Peter Safar and James Elam invented mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
1959: Peter Safa and Asmund Laerdal( a Norwegian rubber toy maker) manufactured Resusci Annie
1960: CPR was developed by the American Heart Association
2008: Hands-Only was introduced to the public. Signals of a Heart Attack Persistent chest pain or pressure that last longer than 3 to 6 mins. or goes away and comes back.
Unbearable crushing sensation.
Pressure, squeezing, tightness, aching, heaviness in chest.
Pain from the chest spreading to the shoulders, neck, jaw, or arms
Shortness of breath or trouble breathing
Pale, ashen, or bluish skin
Denial of signs Plaque or Blockage Heart Arrhythmia V-tach V-Fib A condition in which there is uncoordinated contraction of the cardiac muscle of the ventricles in the heart, making them quiver rather than contract properly is a tachycardia, or fast heart rhythm, that originates in one of the ventricles of the heart Asystolic Is a state of no cardiac electrical activity, hence no contractions of the myocardium and no cardiac output or blood flow Another One Bites the Dust Do not use alcohol to wipe chest down.
Do use Adult pads on Children younger then 8 vice versa for adult pads.
Do not touch while AED is analyzing.
Don't touch patient when the patient is being ..shocked.