If the scene is safe, approach the victim and assess their responsiveness. Send the other person to activate the emergency response system and get an ad. Assess breathing and check the brachial pulse. If the victim is not breathing or only gasping and has no pulse, begin CPR starting with compressions, performed 30 compressions at a rate of 100 to 120 compressions per minute, at a depth of at least one third the chest. for infants This is about one and a half inches. open the airway and deliver two breaths, each lasting one second and watch for chest rise.
Resumed compressions. When the ad is brought to the team, the second rescuer should begin by turning the device on. Remove any clothing from the victim and apply the ad pads, one on the front of the chest and one on their back. While the other rescuer continues performing CPR. Plug in the connector and clear the victim while the ad analyzes the rhythm of a shock is advised. To clear the victim again before delivering the shock.
Once the ad has charged hit the shock button. after delivering the shock, resume CPR beginning with 15 chest compressions using then circling hand technique. After the compressions, the second rescuer opens the airway and delivers two breaths. Continue CPR at this ratio of 15 compressions to two breath until the ad prompts you to stop or further help arrived. The rescuer should switch roles every two minutes or after about five cycles of CPR.