Health Smore

DRSABCD

What DRSABCD stands for

Danger

Response

Send for help

Airway

Breath

CPR

Difibulate

Danger

Danger

Ensure the area is safe for yourself, others and the patient

Response

Response

Check for response-ask name squeeze-shoulders

No response

  • Send for help


Response

  • Make comfortable
  • Check for injuries
  • Monitor response

Send for help

Send for help

Call Triple Zero (000)
fir ab ambulance

or ask another person to make a call

Airway

Airway

Open Mouth
-if foreign material is present:

  • place in the recovery position
  • clear the airway with fingers
Open airway by tilting head with chin lift

Breathing

Breathing

Check for breathing-look, listen and feel

Not normal breathing

  • Start CPR


Normal breathing

  • place in recovery position
  • monitor breathing
  • manage injuries
  • treat for shock

CPR

CPR

Start CPR-30 chest compressions : 2 breaths

Continue CPR until help arrives

or patient recovers

Defibrillation

Defibrillation

Apply defibrillator if available

and follow voice prompts


First Aid

  • Be unable to get enough air
  • Be short of breath
  • Pale,sweating
  • Coughing,wheezing
  • Focused only on breathing
Management

1.Help the patience into a comfortable position

  • Take slow deep breaths
  • Usually lean forward


2.Help with administration of patients

  • Give 4 puffs
  • Take 4 breaths after puffs

Kids Alive Do The Five

1.Fence the pool

2.Shut the gate

3.Learn to swim

4.Supervise

5.Lean to resuscitate

Sun Safety

Slip,Slop,Slap,Seek,Slide