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  1. Chapter 35: Providing First Aid & Handling Emergencies Lesson 3: First Aid for Choking, Rescue Breathing, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

  2. Presented by Group #4 Khajuanna Carithers Janelle Gray Aileen Christina Maynard Felicia Walker

  3. Target Population • College students ~ Those seeking certification ~ To give basic training

  4. Heimlich Maneuver • Abdominal Thrusts • Symptoms of Choking

  5. Heimlich Maneuver • On an Adult

  6. Heimlich Maneuver • On a Child

  7. Heimlich Maneuver • On an Infant

  8. Heimlich Maneuver • On Yourself

  9. Rescue Breathing • Respiratory Failure • Definition • Causes • Signs • Actions to Take

  10. Respiratory Failure • A state in which air is unable to reach the lungs ~ lungs filling with water (drowning) ~ gas poisoning ~ an overdose of narcotics

  11. Signs of Respiratory Failure • Dilated pupils • A bluish color the lip or fingernails

  12. Steps for Rescue Breathing for Adults • Check to see if victim is conscious by asking “are you okay”? • If no response, tilt the victim’s head back to open the airway • If victim is not breathing, pinch their nostrils and give the person two full breaths

  13. Respiratory Breathing for Adults con’t…. • Check to see if the victim’s heart is beating by checking their pulse on the side of their neck • If there is a pulse but no breathing, jeep giving breaths at the rate of 1 every 5 seconds. Continue until help arrives.

  14. Rescue Breathing

  15. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) • Cardiovascular Failure • Definition • Causes

  16. ABC’s of CPR • irway A

  17. ABC’s of CPR • reathing B

  18. ABC’s of CPR • irculation C

  19. CPR on an Adult

  20. CPR on a Child (age 1-8)

  21. CPR on an Infant

  22. The End • Any Questions?