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Part 6-9: 30 facts, Part 10: 20 facts
Part 6 1. Place the pads so that they do not touch each other 2. You may use the adult pads and deliver the dose 3. Only if the AED does not have child pads or a child key or switch 4. Use the AED as soon as it is available 5. If the AED has a key or switch that will deliver a shock dose, turn the key or switch 6. If your AED includes a smaller size pad designed for children, use it. 7. Be familiar with the AED before you use it, if possible. 8. When using the AED, remember to turn it on and follow the steps 9. With adults, use the AED as soon as possible 10. For infants, a manual defibrillator is preferred to an AED for defibrillation
Part 7 1. With adults do 30 compressions to 2 breaths 2. With adults also have a compression rate of at least 100/min 3. With children and infants do 15 compressions to 2 breaths 4. With children and infants also have a compression rate of at least 100/min 5. With adults, infants, and children have a compression rate of at least 100/min without pauses for breaths 6. With adults, infants, and children do 1 breath every 6 to 8 seconds 7. When an advance airway is in place during 2- rescuer CPR, do not stop compressions to give breaths. 8. Advanced airway means the endotracheal intubation, laryngeal mask airway, and supraglottic. 9. No advanced airway means mouth to mouth, mouth to mask, bag mask. 10. The compression rate for 2-rescuer CPR is at least 100/min.
Part 8 and Part 9 1. Hold the victims head with a head tilt-chin lift. 2. Pinch the nose closed with your thumb and index finger 3. If the chest does not rise, repeat the head tilt-chin lift 4. Maintain a head tilt-chin lift to keep the airway open 5. Take 1 second to deliver each breath 6. Give 1 breath every 5 to 6 seconds 7.…...

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