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Transcript of Nextclub2014
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Because We as flight attendants, have to BE ABLE to understand the commands the AED gives.
The AED which stands for
When a person is having a Cardiac Arrest.
When the person faints and is unconscious.
when the pulse and breathing are absent....
Get ready to use the AED as soon as possible!!
HOW TO USE A DEFIBRILLATOR (AED)
The AED is a device capable of automatically detecting a heart rhythm that requires a shock. The AED will charge itself and prompt the user to deliver a shock to the victim. AED’s analyze the victim's heart rhythm several times to be certain it is a shockable rhythm. All AEDs can be operated by using these steps:
TIPS AND WARNINGS
5. Analyzing heart rhythm.
Do not touch the patient.
Charging.... Stay clear of patient!
1. By tilting back the head and lifting the chin up
Begin CPR ( Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation)
Give 30 chest compressions and then 2 rescue breaths/ 5 cycles until the AED gives further instructions.
6. Deliver shock now.
Press the orange button now.
4. Plug in pads connector next to flashing light.
3. Apply pads to the victim's bare chest.
2.Turn on the AED.
Most AEDs come with a razor for possible situations to shave the chest of a person with a hairy chest. If the patient has a hairy chest and there is no razor in the AED kit, put the pads on and them remove them quickly in the opposite direction in which the hair grows. A hairy chest can cause the AED to not be as effective.
Never use an actual AED on a patient that is not displaying any signs of cardiac arrest.
Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart attack
Irregular beating (arrhythmia).
pumping blood to other organs.
Inmediate assistance is required!
blood flow is blocked.
an artery is blocked by fat or cholesterol.
Symptoms may persist for hours, days or weeks.