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Cardiopulmonary Resucitation (CPR)

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C-A-B of CPR for Adults, Children, and Infants* C-A-B of CPR for Adults, Children, and Infants*

Recommendations

Component

Component

Adults

Recognition of Cardiac Arrest

Recommendation Infants

Children Unresponsive (for all ages)

Adults

Check for responsiveness and breathing simultaneously

No breathing or Recognition of Cardiac no normal breathing, or Arrest gasping and no pulse

Children

Unresponsive (for all ages) No breathing or only gasping and no pulse

Check for responsiveness and breathing s

No breathing or no normal breathing, or Ensure a pulse is felt within 10 seconds gasping and no pulse

Activate 911 and get the AED or send second rescuer (if available) to do this

CPR sequence

No breathin

C-A-B Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing

Compression rate Compression depth

At least 100-120/min on the lower half of the breastbone

Activate 911 and get the AED or send second rescuer (if av

At least 1/3 AP diameter At least 1/3 AP diameter About 2 inches (5 cm) Ensure a pulse is felt within 10 seconds About 1½ or 1.5 inches (4 cm)

At least 2 inches (5 cm)

Chest wall recoil

Allow complete recoil between compressions C-A-B Chest compressions, Airway, Bre Rotate compressors every 2 minutes

CPR sequence

Compression Compression rate interruptions

Minimize interruptions in chest compressions. Do not move victim. At least 100-120/min on the lower half of t Attempt to limit interruptions to <10 seconds

At least 1/3 AP diameter Airway Compression depth Head tilt–chin lift (suspected trauma: jaw thrust). Avoid excessive ventilation. At least 2 inches (5 cm)

Compression30:2 ventilation ratio (until Single rescuer or 2-rescuers Chest wall recoil advanced airway placed) Ventilations with advanced airway

Compression interruptions Defibrillation

About 2 inches (5 cm)

30:2 Single rescuer 15:2 Two rescuers Allow complete recoil between co

Rotate compressors every 2 m 1 breath every 6-8 seconds (8-10 breaths/min) Asynchronous with chest compressions (at least 100-120/min) About 1 second per breath with visible chest rise Minimize interruptions in chest compressions

Attempt to limit interruptions to <10 Attach and use AED as soon as available. Minimize interruptions in chest compressions before and after shock; resume CPR beginning with compressions immediately after each shock.

Airway Head tilt–chin lift (suspected trauma: jaw thrust). Avoid e Abbreviations: AED, Automated External Defibrillator; AP, Anterior-Posterior; CPR, CardioPulmonary Resuscitation. * Excluding the newly born, in whom the etiology of an arrest is nearly always asphyxial.

Compression30:2 BLS for Healthcare Providers Critical Concepts ventilation ratio (until High–quality CPR improves a victim’s chances of survival. The critical characteristics of high-quality CPR include: Single rescuer or 2-rescuers advanced airway placed) • Start compressions within 10 seconds of recognition of cardiac arrest.

30:2 S 15:2

Push hard, push fast: Compress at a rate of at least 100-120/min with a depth of at least 2 inches (5cm)

with 1 breath every 6-8 seconds (8-10 b Ventilations for adults, approximately 2 inches (5cm) for children, and approximately 1 ½ or 1.5 inches (4cm) for Asynchronous with chest compressions (a infants. advanced airway • Allow complete chest recoil after each compression. About 1 second per breath with visib

• Minimize interruptions in compressions (try to limit interruptions to < 10 seconds). • Give effective breaths that make the chest rise. Defibrillation Attach and use AED as soon as available. Minimize interruptions i • Avoid excessive ventilation.

shock; resume CPR beginning with compressions imm

Automated External Defibrillator-AED Abbreviations: AED, Automated External Defibrillator; AP, Anterior-Posterior; CPR, CardioPulmonary • As soon as an AED becomes available, the first step the rescuer should perform is to turn on the AED. * Excluding the newly born, in whom the etiology of an arrest is nearly always asphyxial. • Allow AED to analyze rhythm. After the AED delivers a shock, the rescuer should immediately restart CPR, beginning with chest compressions.

BLS for Healthcare Providers Critical Concepts

High–quality CPR improves a victim’s chances of survival. The critical characteristic


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Cardiopulmonary Resucitation (CPR) Foreign Body Airway Obstruction - Choking • • •

The best way to relieve severe choking in responsive adult or child – Perform abdominal thrusts. The best action to relieve severe choking in a responsive infant – Begin cycles of 5 back slaps, followed by 5 chest thrusts. When choking victim becomes unresponsive (adult, child, or infant) – the rescuer should send someone to activate emergency response system and immediately start CPR beginning with compressions.

Child or Infant With A Heart Rate • •

When a child/infant has a heart rate greater than 60 per minute and a pulse but is not breathing effectively, the rescuer should give breaths without chest compressions. When an unresponsive child/infant is not breathing and has a heart rate less than 60 per minute and signs of poor perfusion despite oxygenation and ventilation with a bag-mask, the rescuer should perform both compressions and breaths.

C-A-B is Chest Compressions–Airway–Breaths, Not A-B-C CHEST COMPRESSIONS • • • • • • • • • •

The rescuer should initially ensure that the scene is safe when the rescuer first sees a potential victim. A victim who is unresponsive with no normal breathing and no pulse needs CPR. To identify cardiac arrest in an unresponsive victim with no breathing (or no normal breathing), a healthcare provider should check a pulse for no more than 10 seconds. It is important to compress to the appropriate depth during CPR to create blood flow during compressions. The depth of chest compressions for an adult victim should be at least 2 inches (5cm). The depth of chest compressions for an infant is at least one third the depth of the chest, approximately 1½ or 1.5 inches (4cm). Rate of performing chest compressions for victims of all ages is at least 100-120 compressions per minute. Hands are placed on the lower half of the breastbone to perform chest compressions on the adult. In 2-rescuer CPR, while the first rescuer begins chest compressions, the second rescuer maintains an open airway and gives ventilations. Switch every 2 minutes. Preferred chest compression technique for 2-rescuer CPR for the infant is the 2 thumb-encircling hands technique.

AIRWAY •

After the airway is opened, the proper technique for delivering mouth-to-mouth ventilation is the rescuer opens the airway, seals his or her mouth over the victim’s mouth, pinches the victim’s nose closed, and gives 2 breaths while watching for the chest to rise.

BREATHS • • • • • • •

The rescue breath for an adult, child, or infant is effective when the chest rises visibly. During bag-mask ventilation, giving a breath just until you see the chest rise is recommended to minimize the risk of gastric inflation. The compression-to-ventilation ratio for 1-rescuer or 2 rescuer adult CPR is 30:2. The compression-to-ventilation (or breaths) ratio for 2-rescuer child/infant CPR is 15:2. Compression and ventilation rates for 2-rescuer CPR in the presence of an advanced airway is to compress at a rate of at least 100-120 per minute, 1 breath every 6 to 8 seconds. When administering breaths by using a bag-mask device for a child who is not breathing but does have a pulse, the rescuer should give breaths at the rate of 1 breath per 1 second. Bag-mask device/technique is not recommended for a single rescuer to provide breaths during CPR.

BLS Healthcare Provider Helpful Hints are courtesy of Helen McCracken

Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged


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