HPEB 335 CPR-AED PRO

HPEB 335 CPR-AED PRO - CPR/AEDforthe ProfessionalRescuer 1...

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1 CPR/AED for the  Professional Rescuer
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2 Welcome! Introductions Policies and Procedures Course Outline CPR/AED Manual Standard Precautions
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3 Purpose The purpose of the course is to teach those with a duty to act (professional rescuers) the skills needed to respond appropriately to breathing and cardiac emergencies including the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
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4 The Professional Rescuer  and Breathing  Emergencies Lesson 1
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5 What are the responsibilities of  a professional rescuer?
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6 What are the characteristics of  a professional rescuer?
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7 Emergency Medical Services  System What is the EMS system? The survival and recovery of critically injured or ill victims depends on— Recognition and response by the lay responder. Early activation of the EMS system. Professional rescuer care. Prehospital care provided by advanced medical personnel. Hospital care. Rehabilitation.
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8 Legal Considerations Duty to Act Scope of Practice Standard of Care Negligence Good Samaritan Laws Consent Refusal of Care Advanced Directives Battery Abandonment Confidentiality Documentation
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9 Standard Precautions What are Universal Precautions? What are standard precautions? The risk of getting a disease while providing CPR is extremely low, but practicing standard precautions reduces the risk even further.
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10 Steps in an Emergency What steps should you follow in an emergency? The Steps: Size up the scene. Perform an initial assessment. Summon advanced medical personnel.
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11 Moving a Victim It is important not to move a victim unless it is necessary. What are some considerations when moving a victim? When should you move a victim? There are 6 ways to move a victim: Clothes drag Two-person seat carry Walking assists Pack-strap carry Blanket drag Foot drag
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12 Resuscitation Masks What is a resuscitation mask? Benefits of using a resuscitation mask: The possibility of disease transmission is reduced. A seal is created over both the victim’s mouth and
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