Transcript: Step 3 Open The Airway Use two or three fingers in the center of the chest just below the nipples. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a combination of rescue breathing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and chest compressions. You should see the baby's chest rise with each breath. Do two rescue breaths into the barrier each lasting about 1 second. That means 40 breaths for children in 2 minutes and 24 for adults every 2 minutes. Each breath should be 1 second long. Make sure your lips make a seal on the other lips so air goes into the lungs. At any time or place someone next to may stop breathing or choke ; in situations like that you will be able to save their lifes because you have experience in CPR. Scan the area quickly for blood Step 2 Give 30 Compressions When do you perform CPR? Step 1 Initial Assessment Check for pulse; to do this place your ear over the mouth like before but position two fingers in the groove of the neck closest to you. Check for consciousness. For adults and children you can do this by tapping, shaking, and asking if they are okay. The practice of CPR could restore circulation of oxygen-rich blood to the brain. Without oxygen, permanent brain damage or death can occur in less than 8 minutes. The last of the steps are in a continuous loop until EMS arrives In situation such as, car accidents, drowning, poisoning, and more etc. Rescue Breathing and CPR If there is no pulse the victim is in serious danger By: Torrin Perry Survey the scene to see if you are in danger of getting hurt yourself. Step 4 Finish the steps Step 3 Continue rescue breathing Step 2 Start Rescue Breathing Give 30 gentle chest compressions at the rate of at least 100 per minute. What is CPR? If the chest does not clearly rise during the 2 rescue breaths tilt the head back further and do 2 more breaths. If unconscious immediately call 911 or tell someone to call 911. If too much air is forced into the lungs it will go into the stomach and cause the victim to throw up. What happens when some stops breathing? Start rescue breathing. For adults you will do 1 breath every 5 seconds and for children and infants every 3 second American Red Cross Rescue Breathing Procedure For Adults and Children... Multiple Steps Are Necessary! Step 1 Shout and Tap If not breathing normally, cover the baby's mouth and nose with your mouth and give 2 gentle breaths. CPR for Infants and Small Children. Shout and gently tap the child on the shoulder. Open the airway using a head tilt lifting of chin. Step 4 Give 2 Gentle Breaths If there is no response and not breathing, position the infant on his or her back and begin CPR. Do not tilt the head too far back.
Transcript: American Heart Association Deborah L. Nemetz, MSN, ACNP-BC, WFR Rescue Breaths actually cause positive pressure within the pleural space leading to increased intrathoracic/pleural pressure (PP). Mayfield Clinic, Cincinnati, OH Carotid Blood Pressure (CBP) Approximately 2 minutes to achieve CbPP of 70 mmHg The "Interesting" Stuff... Thank you for your time & attention! Interruptions of compressions = dramatic reduction in carotid blood flow Mortality increases approximately 20% for each 10 mmHg loss of CbPP Decreased morbidity is dependent on maintaining CbPP of =>70 mmHg. Takes 2 minutes to recover after compressions are reinstituted American Heart Association A.D.A.M Medical Images Forget your ABC's and get a CAB 1 minute to recover to plateau levels when compressions are reinstituted. Carotid Artery Blood Flow Conclusion References Carotid Blood flow is indicative of coronary perfusion. This perfusion is necessary for circulation following defibrillation and for adequate cerebral perfusion. Takes 1 minute to recover to plateau levels after compressions are reinstituted. Images Courtesies of: University of Michigan Plastication Dept Cerebral Perfusion Compression Only CPR... Intrathoracic Pressure & ICP Samsung Medical Center CBP Necessary for effective circulation and defibrillation Terms/ Formulas/ Values Increased intrathoracic pressures r/t positive pressure breaths decrease venous return and subsequently increase in ICP Increased PP "H" decreases jugular venous drainage "CVP" leading to increased ICP "B" American Heart Association
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Transcript: WHAT IS A CPR? Choking Drowning Heart Attacks Suffocation Electric Shock Severe Allergic Reactions Drug Overdose COMMON CAUSE OF SUDDEN DEATH BY: Layla Desrosiers CHOCKING FACTS CPR PowerPoint In 2000, 160 children ages 14 years or younger died from an obstruction of the respiratory tract due to inhaled or ingested foreign bodies. In 2001, an estimated 17,537 children 14 years or younger were treated in U.S. emergency departments for choking episodes. Coins were involved in 18% of all choking-related emergency department visits for children ages 1 to 4 years. More than 90% of deaths from foreign object occur in children younger than 5 years old Liquids are the most common cause of choking in infants, whereas balloons, small object and hard food are in children FACTS ABOUT CPR CPR is a lifesaving procedure that is performed when someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped, as in cases of electric shock, drowning, or heart attack. CPR is a combination of: Rescue breathing, which provides oxygen to a person's lungs. Chest compressions, which keep the person's blood circulating. Permanent brain damage or death can occur within minutes if a person's blood flow stops. Therefore, you must continue these procedures until the person's heartbeat and breathing return, or trained medical help arrives .CPR is most successful when started as quickly as possible, but you must first determine if it's necessary. It should only be performed when a person isn't breathing or circulating blood adequately. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in adults. Most arrests occur in persons with underlying heart disease. CPR doubles a person's chance of survival from sudden cardiac arrest. 75% of all cardiac arrests happen in people's homes. The typical victim of cardiac arrest is a man in his early 60's and a woman in her late 60's. Cardiac arrest occurs twice as frequently in men compared to women. CPR was invented in 1960 There has never been a case of HIV transmitted by mouth-to-mouth CPR CPR is not just for heart attacks! Approximately 7 million adults and children suffer disabling injuries in their own homes and backyards each year, resulting from accidents which may require CPR, according to the American Heart Association.
Transcript: Instructional Strategies (After reading the information below, delete and insert your information.) Instructional Plan Template | Slide * My instructional plan on the CPR course for potential employees will be evaluated frequently in many aspects. Student Surveys on course Pop up performance tests for students (unannounced) Summative assessments that allow students to express whether or not they feel the course was helpful Plan for Implementation What is the learning problem or opportunity? The learning opportunity is a CPR course being offered to students of Boardman Corporate University who are interested in majoring in local hospital and/or hospitality career fields. 2. What is currently available? There are 4 credit hour courses offered to students that will train them in CPR Heart saver/AED courses for adults, children, and infants that better prepares them for emergency situations in their field. This course includes use of CPR manikins, written tests, and an atmosphere conducive to learning CPR What should be available? The course needs books that are allowed to be taken home for further review of the subject, scenarios of CPR situations, and also videos that can be viewed throughout the course. 4. Explain the gap analysis between what is available and what should be available. The gap between what is available and what should be available is the lack of funds warranted to purchase the materials and also planning real life scenarios for students to reenact. What is your recommended solution for filling the gap? There should be a fee warranted to pay for materials. Also, instructors should have templates of real life situations used for hands on activities during class. Recommendations Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Learning Context Summative Assessment and Learning Outcomes ( Template End Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Rubric based off the following criteria. How well student performed during skills test How well student performed on written test Did the student report that he or she felt comfortable in performing CPR on survey Formative Assessment College classroom designed for hands on activities. Classroom includes television and DVD player, CPR manikins (adults and infants), CPR books, and the use of PowerPoint presentation. Each set of manikins will be utilized by 2 students. So, 20 students in class, there will be 10 sets of manikins. Ratio will be 1:2 (manikin: student) The application setting will be in the classroom. The classroom will be set up with manikins on the floor. The class also has a section for taking the written test of the course that contains desks as well. Explanation of how the information about the learning context will be used in developing the instructional plan. The information/data used from the learning context will prepare both students and teachers of what to expect in the course. Those who have special physical needs will have an opportunity to relay the information prior to attending seeing that they know the set up of the classroom PART III Template Instructions Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan III Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * CPR manikins (adult and infant) CPR handbooks PowerPoint Presentation DVD Player CPR DVD AED trainer Mouth Barriers Evaluation Strategies (After reading the information below, delete and insert your information.) PART III Template Instructions The overall plan governing the instructional content is how to administer compressions and breaths and aid in the crisis of a person who may be choking is to instruct and then have the students perform a mandatory demonstration as well as take a summative assessment in order to receive certification. The instructional strategies utilized will include traditional teaching, group work, hands on activities involving practicing demonstrations, and also practice tests to prepare for the summative assessment. Students will need to master specific techniques such as compressions, giving breathes, the protocol for emergency, and the importance of staying calm in emergency situations. Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Identify criteria for examining that design goals, performance-based objectives, and learning outcomes were achieved. For example, a rubric, a scoring guide, a rating scale, or a Likert scale. Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Instructional Plan Template | Slide * Needs Assessment Instructional Strategies Instructional Plan Template | Slide * What are the implications to your instructional plan based on these characteristics? A college course of 20 students composed of both young men and women. This course is
Transcript: The Standard Above Thank You! Who are we Our Mission Our Culture It's Epic! The Standard Above Community growth At CPR, we believe that our true worth has always been to establish an economically responsible company through education and creating new forms of refuse control. Our goal is to share environmentally sustainable solutions to market areas that can reduce their ecological footprint. Click to edit text E.P.I.C. Culture Emphasizing Teamwork Promoting Education Inspiring Career Advancement Constructing Company Involvement Why we are we the best CPR believes that its success starts with our Employee Development. We believe that having programs with in the company for our employees to participate in allows everyone to have the same mission for both personal and community growth. Employee Development what's your impact? "march a mile" March a Mile To allow our team members to grasp what CPR is really about, we ask each team member to buddy-up and switch roles for one day with someone whose job duties are completely opposite to theirs in our "March a Mile" ca i.m.p.a.c.t. IDENTIFY your current influence on the environment MAKE a plan of action to improve PROMOTE partnership in your community to spread awareness ACTIVELY take positive steps towards change CHALLENGE your peers to be more aware of the influence on the environment TRANSFORM into the environmental guru that you were meant to be!I We believe CPR is a different kind of company. And we’re not alone. We asked some of our team members and partners to share what they believe about CPR. Visit http://www.core-pr.com/about-us.html to read and watch testemonials about our Company. Employee and Customer Testemonials Industries we service At CPR, we specialize in creating specifically designed and controlled systems, with proven practices and industry certified labor that will immediately show a significant reduction in overall labor and operating costs. Industrial & Institutional Retail & Commercial Healthcare Multi-Family Food Industry Aviation Get in Touch Want to partner with or work for CPR? Got any questions in mind? Want to know more about us or our services? Get in touch anytime you want, we are all ears! firstname.lastname@example.org 877.237.4892 Get in Touch
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Transcript: chest movment breath sounds Look , listen & feel air on your cheek Place your hands in the centre of the chest Deliver 30 chest compressions: • Press firmly at least 5 cm deep at a rate of at least 100/min. Open airway using head tilt & chin lift • Seal your lips around the mouth • Blow steadily until the chest rises • Give next breath when the chest falls • Continue CPR Basic Life Support Any bystanders start breathing call for help Stop when: Shout for help Check for a response Thank you for your attention! help arrives not breathing normally Shake shoulders Not able get help if needed call for an ambulance CPR 30:2 head tilt & chin lift Presented by Ahmed Yehia Resident of Cardiology If not breathing normally or not breathing arms straight if he responds If he does not respond Open airway & check for breathing no more than 10 seconds recheck only if he starts breathing normally interlock the fingers ask loudly Chest-compression-only CPR unwilling You Start CPR immediately 100 compression / min Cardiac arrest : compression = release BLS sequence Victim reassess if breathing normally you become exhausted centre of the chest recovery position what is wrong unresponsive SAFE
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