Rather, try to get them to bend down with the head and torso really low. Then gravity can assist the blocked item to move down and out.
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which is remarkably efficient!
Or so the trainer at the CPR course said: you do the job at hand, and leave choices to later on.
after having been resuscitated after being buried in an avalanche.
Will he ever awaken?
which had a green light that flashed when you were pumping hard enough.
I was really surprised how hard one has to push downwards – using the full length of the arms as a lever and really pushing from the shoulders.
For example, when a baby is choking, turn them over, at a downwards angle, and smack hard between the shoulder blades.
is the accrediting agency for this course.
We completed it yesterday – resuscitation for an adult, a child and a baby.
I was surprised that it has changed from A-B-C to a simpler process. But one has to push rather hard – it’s not easy to get to 5 cm compressions!
Doing this on Saturday. DH and I are attending, along with our personal trainer and a number of her clients.
We will get certificates, so have to supply a copy of our ID documents.
Useful skill to have, I think.