DEVICES AND TECHNIQUES - Coggle Diagram
DEVICES AND TECHNIQUES
CHAIN OF SURVIVAL
succession of favorable circumstances that,
occur, make it more likely
for a person to survive a
fundamental links that
constitute this relief chain are:
• Early recognition to prevent CRP and rapid alert for emergency services.
• Early basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
• Early defibrillation.
• Specialized life support
Basic techniques of
Primary Assessment that includes:
• Assess the state of consciousness
• Assess breathing
• Assess circulation
THE STATE OF
• Talk to the victim, shake her shoulders or gently
pinch her to determine if she is conscious or unconscious.
• If the victim RESPONDS to stimuli (speaks, complains, moves): Ask what has happened to him, look for signs of bleeding and / or shock, and carry out the secondary examination for possible injuries.
• If you DO NOT RESPOND, you are UNCONSCIOUS.
So, you have to ask for help and quickly, check if she is breathing
We will check the breathing
of the injured person
See if his chest rises and falls.
Listen and feel the air coming out of the victim's
mouth and nose on your cheek.
Bring a mirror closer to the victim's mouth.
word of mouth technique
Mouth to nose technique
MANUAL DEFIBRILLATION TECHNIQUE.
MECHANICAL EXTERNAL CARDIAC COMPRESSION