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Now that you know the details of following the C-A-B method and performing Compressions, Opening the Airway, and Giving Breaths – let’s put the Adult CPR method together!
1. Make sure the scene is safe & put on PPE.
2. Tap and shout “Are you okay?” to check if the victim is responsive
3. Shout for help
4. Call 9-1-1 and Get the AED
5. Check for a pulse (no more than 10 seconds)
6. Give 30 Chest Compressions (2 to 2.4 inches deep)
7. Open the Airway (head-tilt chin-lift)
8. Give 2 Breaths (1 second each)
9. Continue the 30 compressions and 2 rescue breaths cycle until help arrives (100 to 120 compressions per minute)
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