CPR- techniques for best results The following are very important to delivering quality CPR and giving a person the best chance of survival; First: start CPR following an assessment for unconsciousness and breathing. Determine by tapping the upper chest firmly and checking if chest rises after 5-10 seconds Second: to start CPR, begin with chest compressions at …Read More about "CPR Techniques for Best Results"
Month: October 2013
CPR for the Healthcare Provider- compressions Important information: AHA Quality CPR Consensus Statement Jul 19 2013, AHA This message is to give notice to the AHA Training Network regarding an AHA Consensus Statement released on June 25, 2013, titled CPR Quality: Improving Cardiac Resuscitation Outcomes Both Inside and Outside the Hospital. The intent of this Consensus …Read More about "CPR for the Healthcare Provider Compressions"
Hands-Only CPR – American Heart Association Studies on Hands-Only CPR Published in New England Journal of Medicine Two studies published July 28, 2010, in the New England Journal of Medicine, concluded that Compressions-Only (Hands-Only) CPR is as effective as Conventional CPR, when performed by bystanders. The studies also spotlighted the importance of dispatcher assisted CPR …Read More about "Hands-Only CPR – American Heart Association"