Tuesday, May 31, 2016

ARE THE NEW GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR THE FIRST CPR TRAINING MANUAL FOR IMPROVEMENT?

ARE THE NEW GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR THE FIRST CPR TRAINING MANUAL FOR IMPROVEMENT?

The ABCD the DRS â € ¢ Check the danger â € ¢ Registration for the answer â € ¢ to send for HELP â € ¢ Open airway â € ¢ Check your breath â € ¢ Give 30 chest compressions â € ¢ Attach AED (defibrillator)



As a first aid trainer I would like a dollar for every time someone asked me has CPR changed since the last time they had completed the CPR Course. Most Luda are the new guiding principles for the first CPR training manual for improvement?minutes that come to our one-day first aid courses believe CPR continually changes! Now, whether it is a mismatch between the coaches, I can not be sure, because every time I visited the CPR course they seem to be consistent, or may be, people donâ € ™ t renew their CPR qualification as often as they think that?

However, in December 2010, the Australian Resuscitation Council released a new guideline for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

They made it easier?

I my opinion is not € "they added an extra letter acronym for â € € œDRABCDâ, which has been in place for some time. Acronym still reads €" A € œDRS ABCDâ € to € ~ Sâ € â € meaning œsend for help! the  €

The acronym is no longer the word, and it no longer resembles the well-known phrase â € œDoctor ABCA €, by update technology a few years ago to 30 compressions followed by 2 rescue breaths was a fantastic improvement; people actually feel more comfortable learning and memory process. Now we are making it harder again, adding several steps. This step has always been there, and I donâ € ™ t know the first one coach who wouldnâ € ™ t help to mention the fact that you need to send for help or just call for help. I think this is a new step in error and is not necessary. What if you do? How do you send for help, or we must now explain in our first aid role trainersâ € ™, that when you do, it is a letter, a phone for assistance; donâ € ™ t we do that already?

First aid should be easy for people to have the confidence to apply simple techniques that can help to maintain a living. Why are we constantly change the methods and in the process make it difficult for people to remember, and therefore less confident to perform?














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