8.18 CPR - Adult, Child and Infant

Training Objective:

The crew member will be able to define/demonstrate CPR for an adult, child and infant as required to effectively handle an in-flight emergency situation.

Scope:

Cardiac Arrest
CPR - Adult, Child and Infant

8.18A Cardiac Arrest

8.18A.1 List the common causes of cardiac arrest.

8.18A.2 State the signs of cardiac arrests.

8.18B CPR - Adult, Child and Infant

8.18B.1 Define the terms adult, child and infant as they apply to CPR.

8.18B.2 State the first aid for cardiac arrest.

8.18B.3 Describe one rescuer CPR for adult, child and infant casualties:

  1. When to start/when to stop;
  2. Techniques;
  3. Sequencing; and
  4. Timings.

8.18B.4 Demonstrate, on an adult manikin, one-rescuer CPR for a minimum of one minute or four continuous cycles of 15 compressions and two ventilations in accordance with the guidelines of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

8.18B.5 Demonstrate, on a child manikin, one-rescuer CPR for a minimum of one minute or ten continuous cycles of five compressions and one ventilation in accordance with the guidelines of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

8.18B.6 Demonstrate, on an infant manikin, one-rescuer CPR for a minimum of one minute or ten continuous cycles of five compressions and one ventilation in accordance with the guidelines of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

8.18B.7 Demonstrate, on an appropriate manikin, one rescuer CPR for and adult, child and infant in combination with oxygen administration.

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