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3. PALS Basic Life Support

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Charlotte Gabet

on 1 August 2014

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Transcript of 3. PALS Basic Life Support

Infants
Children
Both Children and Infants
Two Rescuers:
15:2 compressions to breath ratio
One Rescuer:
30:2 compressions to breath ratio
One Rescuer
Two Rescuers
One Rescuer
Children
Infants
Two Rescuers
Children
Infants
Shake and shout at the victim to determine if they are responsive
1
2
Assess if they are breathing
3
If the child does not respond and he/she is not breathing (or if he/she is only gasping), yell for help
If someone responds, send the second person to call EMS and to get an AED
4
Feel for the infant's femoral or brachial pulse for no more than 10 seconds
5
If no pulse, unsure, or is less than 60 beats per minute begin 30:2 CPR
6
After 2 minutes (5 cycles) and help has not arrived, leave the infant to call EMS and get an AED
7
Use and follow AED prompts when available while continuing CPR until EMS arrives or patient condition normalizes
1
Shake and shout at the infant to determine if they are responsive
2
Assess if they are breathing
3
If the child does not respond and he/she is not breathing (or if he/she is only gasping), send the second person to call EMS and get an AED
4
Feel for the infant's brachial pulse for no more than 10 seconds
5
If no pulse, unsure, or rate is less tn 60 beats per minute, begin 15:2 CPR
6
When the second rescuer returns, begin CPR by performing 15 chest compressions by one rescuer and 2 breaths by the second rescuer.
7
Compressions should be approximately 1.5 inches deep and at a rate of AT LEAST 100 per minute
8
Use and follow AED prompts when available while continuing CPR until EMS arrives or patient condition normalizes
1
Shake and shout at the victim to determine if they are responsive
2
Assess if they are breathing
3
If the child does not respond and he/she is not breathing (or if he/she is only gasping), yell for help
4
Feel for the child's carotid pulse or femoral pulse for no more than 10 seconds.
5
If no pulse, unsure, or less than 60 beats per minute, begin 30:2 CPR
6
After 2 minutes (5 cycles) and no other help has arrived, leave the child to call EMS and get an AED
7
Use and follow AED prompts when available while continuing CPR until EMS arrives or child's condition normalizes
Shake and shout at the victim to determine if they are responsive
1
Assess if they are breathing
2
Send the second person to activate the Emergency Response System and get an AED
3
Feel for the child's carotid pulse or femoral pulse for no more than 10 seconds
4
If no pulse, unsure, or rate is less than 60 beats per minute, begin 30:2 CPR
5
When the second rescuer returns, begin doing CPR by performing 15 compressions by one rescuer and 2 breaths by the second rescuer
6
Use and follow AED prompts when available while continuing CPR until EMS arrives or child's condition normalizes
7
(Birth - Age 1)
(Age 1 - Puberty)
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