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CPR & AED
Transcript of CPR & AED
Facts and Statistics
4,500 deaths per year from
88% of cardiac arrests occur at home
Only 32% of cardiac arrest victims get CPR from a bystander
92,000 people saved every year from CPR
100,000 to 200,000 more lives saved
Survival Story from AT&T
Signs and Signals
Sounds of loud choking
Banging of nearby objects
Holding of the neck
Blue or purple in the face or lips
Loud thuds of falling unconscious
Complaining of chest discomfort or upper body discomfort
Shortness of breath
Awkward positioning at desk
Our Key to Success is Safety
By: Zack Collins, Tyla Piehler, Jordan Jones
Brittany Bosetti, Kennesha Dixon, Justin Hill
* Check the scene
* Call 9-1-1
* Glove up
* Shake and shout, "Are you okay?"
* Check for signs of breathing
-Look, listen, feel
IF no signs of life.....
* Open airway, tilt head back
* Begin rescue breathing
* Perform chest compressions
1 cycle=2 rescue breaths for every 30 compressions
* Tell someone to call 9-1-1
*Perform Heimlich Maneuver
-Wrap your arms around the body
-Find belly button with pinky
-Make a fist
-Roll up the knuckle so thumb is on your belly button
* Continue to thrust until foreign object is dislodged
CPR and AED
Went into cardiac arrest at his desk
Saw Dedmon's lifeless body
Tried to get a response
Immediately began CPR
His quick actions are what ultimately lead to Dedmon’s survival
Important that everyone is comfortable and trained
Waiting for the arrival of emergency medical system personnel results in only 5-7% survival
#1 cause of death for adults in America is cardiac arrest
Lung and heart transplant
After full recovery, learned CPR
Everyone who works with Dedmon on his floor became CPR certified also
What does CPR stand for?
A. Cardiac-Pulse and Respiration
CPR can save lives.
What is the most common airway obstruction in an unconscious person?
How far should you press down with each compression?
Which of the following is NOT a sign or signal that someone might need CPR?
B. Controlling Pulse to Revive
C. Chest-Press Resuscitation
D. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
A. 2 centimeters
B. 2 inches
C. Depends on weight of the person
D. 1 inch
A. Extreme panic
B. Blue or purple in the face or lips
C. Awkward positioning at desk
D. All of the above are correct
C. A lollipop
D. The tongue