CPR Quick Reference

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Heartsaver First Aid Quick Reference Guide,* Heartsaver CPR AED Adult Reminder Card and Heartsaver CPR AED Child & Infant Reminder Card (90-1026) * Heartsaver First Aid Quick Reference Guide also sold separately (90-1025) Primary Audience This

Title: Study guide and quick reference sheet for BLS for the Healthcare Provider Author: chris Created Date: 5/17/2011 3:54:13 PM

American red cross ready reference cards.pdf FREE PDF DOWNLOAD NOW!!!

Red Cross First Aid & CPR Manual Certification card and optional wall certificate (or as required by legislation) 4-colour manual Participant-focused design (charts, lists, index, illustrations and photos) Includes 10 quick reference cards . Title: Microsoft Word – InfoSheetRC_MBFA_EN_2008.doc

CPR Review Click for Aid/CPR/AED Manual Click for Quick reference adult (good for printing out and hanging on your wall) Click for quick references Child and Infant

EMERGENCY QUICK REFERENCE CARD . Fire •Immediately notify the fire department and your co-workers by pulling the fire alarm pull station. 3.If trained, use CPR if no pulse and not breathing. http://emergency.appstate.edu EMERGENCY QUICK REFERENCE CARD . Title: Slide 1

Heartsaver First Aid Quick Reference Guide,* Heartsaver CPR AED Adult Reminder Card and Heartsaver CPR AED Child & Infant Reminder Card (90-1026) * Heartsaver First Aid Quick Reference Guide also sold separately (90-1025) Primary Audience This

Study guide and quick reference sheet for Heartsaver AED course. CPR ADULT & OLDER CHILD (puberty and older) CHILD (1-8 years old) INFANT (up to 1 year old)

Hands-only CPR It’s quick and easy to learn hands-only CPR and potentially save a life. If the victim has collapsed and is not breathing follow these 2 simple steps:

Questions? Please contact your Supplier Registration & Sourcing (SRS) Campus Primary Representative (CPR). QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR

Questions? Please contact your Supplier Registration & Sourcing (SRS) Campus Primary Representative (CPR). NOV 2013

Adult CPR quick reference guide (8+ years of age) step-by-step D 1. Area check – ensure it’s safe to approach the victim 2. Awake – snap, tap, clap to assess responsiveness

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