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Review of Lessons 1,2 - 1 OPA oral-pharyngeal-airways When...

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1. OPA – oral-pharyngeal-airways When person is unconscious, doesn’t have a gag reflex NPA – nosal-pharyngeal-airway When oral way is damaged 2. Compressions Adult Rate: 100/min (staying alive) Depth: 1.5-2 inches Ration: 2:30 Child – only 1 hand – 1-8 years old Rate: 120/min (staying alive) Depth: less deep Ration: 2:30 Infant – only 2 fingers smaller depth rate: 120 ratio: 2:30 3. How to clear foreign body: Heimlick maneuver: above belly button, from behind, inward and upward. Let them cough, heimlick. If unconscious: CPR In infants: turn on back, hit 5 times, head down. If unconscious CPR 4. CPR=Cardio-respiratory rescutation Mimic the heart and lungs function (compressions, air mask) Using the sternum and spinal column to compress the heart – externally compressing the heart and giving air No pulse-do compressions 5. CPR ABCs: Airway (opening)- head tilt, chin lift in patients without trauma – if injured: jaw-thrust maneuver Breathing
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2010 for the course BIO 3101 taught by Professor Dan during the Spring '10 term at Worcester.

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Review of Lessons 1,2 - 1 OPA oral-pharyngeal-airways When...

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