PALS Skills Training

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High quality CPR is the foundation of pals. Patient survival depends more on effective CPR than advanced treatment. Basic bounce treatment includes four steps. First, check for responsiveness, tap and shout. Are you alright? then assess the chest for movement while paying special attention to absent or abnormal breathing.

If the patient is unresponsive, go to the second step which is activate the emergency response system and get an ad. Step three is circulation. check for a pulse. If you do not feel a pulse within 10 seconds, start CPR. For one rescue or child CPR, placed the heel of one hand on the lower part of the breastbone, and place the other hand on top if you wish. Then press hard and fast, hard meaning one third of the depth of the chest and fast, be no less than 100 beats per minute.

After each compression, allow the chest to recoil completely. After 30 compressions, do a head tilt chin lift and give to drop two breaths. Each over one second using the pocket mass. For one rescuer infant CPR, we placed the tips of two fingers in the center of the patient's chest, just below the nipple line. Get above this iPad process.

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