Every year in Australia and New Zealand around 30,000 people suffer cardiac arrest with only one in 10 surviving. For every minute that passes without CPR and AED (automated external defibrillator) the chance of survival drops by 10%.
Book into one of our public Provide First Aid courses running anytime and ensure payment is received before November 30, 2018 to receive a discount of 20% off training.
How to redeem this offer:
Visit our Training Website which has a list of all our upcoming public Provide First Aid courses
(along with all the other courses we offer as public training).
Select your location and click on the Register button
Fill out the necessary details ensuring you enter the coupon code HEART2018 in the Coupon box near the end of Step 1 of your enrolment.
The 20% discount will then be deducted from the price
If you need assistance or have any questions please contact our team on
1300 88 55 30
DRSABCD- A Guide to Resuscitation
D – DANGER
Use all senses to check for dangers to yourself, others and the patient. Ensure the area is safe. Move the patient only if the danger cannot be eliminated.
R – RESPONSE
Check for normal response by talking to the patient, asking them their name and squeezing their shoulders.
DO NOT move the patient if the injury is the result of a fall
S – SEND FOR HELP
Send a bystander to call for help and an Ambulance as soon as possible
Dial 000 and ask for Ambulance attendance
A – AIRWAY
Open mouth and check for foreign objects. If objects are present place in recovery position and clear airway with fingers.
DO NOT move patient if the injury is the result of a fall
B – BREATHING
Check breathing. Look for the rise and fall of the chest. Listen for breathing sounds. Feel for breaths on the cheek and for ribcage movement. If breathing is present keep the patient in the recovery position and monitor
C – CPR
If no breathing is present commence CPR
Give 30 Chest Compressions to every 2 Breaths @ 100 Compressions/minute
D – DEFIBRILLATION
Apply defibrillator (if available) and follow the voice prompts or instruction on the device.
AED- Automated External Defibrillator
Continue CPR until responsiveness or normal breathing returns
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