Responder 1 begins next set of 30 compressions

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Responder 1 begins next set of 30 compressions. Continues to give CPR while Responder 2 sets up AED.Responder 2 turns on AED.Responder 2 simulates removing all clothing covering the manikin’s chest and wiping the chest dry.Responder 2 attaches pads. Places one pad on upper right side of chest and other pad on lower left side of the chest below the armpit. Pads do not touch.Responder 2 plugs in connector.AED: “Analyzing, everyone stand clear.”
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LESSON3 |Using an AED65© 2011, 2016 The American National Red Cross. All rights reserved.Responder 2 instructs everyone to stand clear. Says “Everyone clear” in a loud, commanding voice. Responder 1 stops CPR, and Responders 1 and 2 switch roles while the AED analyzes.Instructor:“Everyone is clear.”AED: “Shock advised.”Responder 1 instructs everyone to stand clear. Says “Everyone clear” in a loud, commanding voice.Instructor:“Everyone is clear.”Responder 1 pushes “shock” button. Pushes “shock” button, and stays clear of person and AED.Instructor (or AED):“Shock delivered.”Responder 2 immediately continues CPR.Instructor: “EMS personnel have arrived and taken over.”Lesson 3, Scenario 2:Child AEDSCENARIOYou and a friend are watching your kids play soccer when you see one of the players suddenly collapse. Both you and your friend are trained in CPR and know how to use an AED. EQUIPMENTLatex-free disposable glovesCPR breathing barriersAED training device and padsAdult or child manikinInstructor’s Note: Because it is impractical to clean the manikin every time participants switch roles during the scenario, have participants simulate giving rescue breaths by opening the airway using the head-tilt/chin-lift technique and saying “breath . . . breath.” Instructor’s Note: Properly clean (or replace) the manikin before another participant assumes the role of Responder 1.SET-UPManikin is lying face-up on the ground; responders are standing nearby.SCENARIO CHECKLISTResponder 1 sizes up the scene and forms an initial impression. Pauses and looks at the scene and the child before responding. Answers the following questions (instructor prompts as necessary):cIs the scene safe to enter?cWhat happened?cHow many people are involved?cWhat is my initial impression about the nature of the person’s illness or injury? Does the person have any life-threatening conditions, such as severe, life-threatening bleeding?cIs anyone else available to help?Instructor: “The scene is safe and there is no life-threatening bleeding, but the child appears to be unresponsive.”Responder 1 uses appropriate PPE. Puts on gloves.Responder 1 checks child for responsiveness and breathing.Shouts to get child’s attention, using child’s name if known. If child does not respond, taps child’s shoulder and shouts again while checking for normal breathing.
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