maintaining a patent airway.
initiating chest compressions.
a specially trained team.
a self-contained breathing apparatus.
the response time is often delayed.
many farmers work by themselves.
Mild shortness of breath.
Severe, crushing pain.
adjust the flow rate so the reservoir is half inflated.
make sure that the oxygen reservoir is fully inflated.
immediately begin treating him for shock.
assess the color and condition of his skin.
take his blood pressure and assess his pulse.
administer oxygen with a nonrebreathing mask.
air is being removed from the patient as well as secretions
any patient who needs suctioning also needs rescue breathing.
breaths are delivered at a rate of 12 to 20 breaths per minute.
breaths are delivered over 1 second and the chest rises.
responsive patients with difficulty speaking.
patients who are in later stages of pregnancy.
decreased ability to ventilate.
increased risk of vomiting.
perform a blind finger sweep of her mouth to clear her airway and then insert and oropharyngeal airway.
roll the patient onto her side, carefully sweep out her mouth with your finger, and reassess her breathing.
remove the airway and have suction available.
suction secretions from around the airway.
remove the airway and try to insert it in the other nostril.
continue to gently insert the airway until it is correctly placed.
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