BLS FOR UG

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2010 GUIDELINE

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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT :

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT ADULT CHILD (AGE ABOVE 1 YR TO PUBERTY) INFANT (BELOW 1 YR OF AGE) DR. SURENDRA GODARA MAMC AGROHA

Universal BLS algorithm:

Universal BLS algorithm BLS consists of these main parts Chest compressions Breathing Defibrillation

STEPS OF BLS:

STEPS OF BLS Make sure the scene is safe for you and the victim. You do not want to become a victim yourself. Tap the victim’s shoulder and shout “Are you all right?” (figure at right). Check to see if the victim is breathing. If a victim is not breathing or not breathing normally (i.e., only gasping), you must activate the emergency response system. STEP 1: WHENEVER U FIND A VICTIM IN NEED OF CPR

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Step 2: Activate the Emergency Response System and Get an AED Step 3: Pulse Check

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Begin Cycles of 30 Chest Compressions and 2 Breaths (CPR) Remember: Push hard and fast

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Opening the Airway for Breaths: Head Tilt–Chin Lift Airway

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Giving Mouth-to-Mouth Breaths Using the Bag-Mask During 2-Rescuer CPR BREATHING Giving Mouth-to-Mask Breaths

BLS ALGORITHM FOR ADULT:

Not shockable No pulse GIVE 1 SHOCK RESUME CPR IMMEDIATELY FOR 2 MINUTE CHECK RHYTHM RESUME CPR IMMEDIATELY FOR 2 MINUTE CHECK RHYTME EVERY 2 MINUTE Until ALS providers take over UNRESPONSIVE OR NO NORMAL BREATHING ( eg . Gasping only) Activate emg . Response system GET AED/DEFIBRILLATOR (OR SEND RESCUER TO DO THIS) CHECK PULSE FOR 10 SEC. BEGIN CYCLE OF 30 CHEST COMPRESSIN AND 2 BREATHS AED/DEFIBRILLATOR ARRIVES High quality CPR RATE AT LEAST 100/min Compression depth 2 inch(5cm) Allow complete chest recoil after each compression Minimize interruptions in chest compressions Avoid excessive ventilation Give 1breath every 5 to 6sec. Recheck pulse every 2 minute Definite pulse shockable BLS ALGORITHM FOR ADULT

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BLS/CPR Basics for Children From 1 Year of Age to Puberty Compressions-to breaths ratio for 2-rescuer CPR: 15:2 ratio for 2-rescuer child CPR Compression depth: For children, compress at least one third the depth of the chest, approximately 2 inches (5 cm)

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BLS/CPR Basics for INFANT The location of pulse check: brachial artery in infants. Technique of delivering compressions: 2 fingers for single rescuer and 2 thumb–encircling hands technique for 2 rescuers Compression depth: at least one third the chest depth, approximately 1½ inches (4 cm) Compression-ventilation rate and ratio for 2 rescuers: same as for child—15:2 ratio for 2 rescuers

PEDIATRIC BLS ALGORITHM:

Not shockable No pulse GIVE 1 SHOCK RESUME CPR IMMEDIATELY FOR 2 MINUTE CHECK RHYTHM RESUME CPR IMMEDIATELY FOR 2 MINUTE CHECK RHYTME EVERY 2 MINUTE Until ALS providers take over UNRESPONSIVE OR NO NORMAL BREATHING ( eg . Gasping only) ACTIVATE EMG. RESPONSE SYSTEM GET AED/DEFIBRILLATOR (OR SEND RESCUER TO DO THIS) CHECK PULSE FOR 10 SEC. BEGIN CYCLE OF 30 CHEST COMPRESSIN AND 2 BREATHS IF ONE RESCUER BEGIN CYCLE OF 15 CHEST COMPRESSIN AND 2 BREATHS IF TWO RESCUER AED/DEFIBRILLATOR ARRIVES High quality CPR RATE AT LEAST 100/min Compression depth 1.5 inch(4cm) IN INFANT AND 5CM IN CHILDREN Allow complete chest recoil after each compression Minimize interruptions in chest compressions Avoid excessive ventilation Give 1breath every 3 sec. Recheck pulse every 2 minute IF <60 THEN START CHEST COMPRESSION Definite pulse shockable PEDIATRIC BLS ALGORITHM

FORIEN BODY REMOVAL:

FORIEN BODY REMOVAL

ALL OF YOU ARE SUCH A WONDERFUL AUDIENCE:

ALL OF YOU ARE SUCH A WONDERFUL AUDIENCE THANK YOU

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