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***ATTENTION: The $20.00 CPR FEE is for an official RED CROSS CPR Card which shows completion of this course...It is not mandatory...I am teaching a Red Cross certification course within the school as a satellite office location, courtesy to my Anatomy students.. Most employers and businesses will ask for proof of completion...It is voluntary to purchase the official card...MY SPECIAL SCHOOL DISCOUNTED FEE DUE AT END OF COURSE TO THOSE REQUESTING ONE  WITH A PASSING GRADE, ONLY...A CARD MAY NOT BE PURCHASED ANY TIME AFTER IT IS  REFUSED AT COURSE COMPLETION...NO SKILLS OR TESTS CAN BE MISSED OR FAILED!
***IN THE NEWS: In 2007, the AHA in coalition with the American Red Cross and the National Safety Council worked collaboratively to designate a National CPR and AED Awareness Week federally. On December 13, 2007, Congress unanimously passed a resolution to set aside June 1-7 each year as National CPR and AED Awareness Week to spotlight how lives can be saved if more Americans know CPR and how to use an AED. For 2018, we are debuting a new campaign that reinforces these skills but also places importance on the willingness of bystanders to act in a cardiac arrest emergency. Did you know about 70 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in homes? If you are called on to give CPR in an emergency, you will most likely be trying to save the life of someone you love. Be the difference for your parent, spouse, or child. What if it were them?

***States CPR is mandatory for high school graduation...

Here are states where it is currently mandatory:

  1. Alabama (Acts 1983, No. 83-510, p. 719, §§1-4.)
  2. Arkansas (Act 1016 – Approved April 8, 2013)
  3. California (AB 1719 – Approved September 24, 2016)
  4. Connecticut (Bill No. 962 – Signed June 23, 2015)
  5. Delaware (Title 14 Education 1.1.3.4 – Effective no later than 2015-2016 school year – also HB 249 – Class of 2017)
  6. District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) – (D.c. ACT 21-488 – Signed August 18, 2016)
  7. Georgia (SB 212, HB 217)
  8. Idaho (State DOE 08-0203-1306)
  9. Illinois (HB3724 – Lauren Laman Bill became law June 5, 2014 when Governor Pat Quinn signed Public Act 098-0632, effective July 1, 2014) *
  10. Indiana (HEA 1290 – Signed March 31, 2014) **
  11. Iowa (SF 2425 “Healthy Kids Act”)
  12. Kentucky (SB33 – Signed April 9, 2016)
  13. Louisiana (HB 542 – Signed June 6, 2014)
  14. Maine (HP0380 – Approved June 4, 2015)
  15. Maryland (SB 503 “Breanna’s Law” – Signed April 14, 2014) ***
  16. Michigan (SB 647 Signed on December 28, 2016)
  17. Minnesota (HF 2506 – Signed April 23, 2012)
  18. Mississippi (HB 432 – Signed March 31, 2014)
  19. Missouri (SB 711 – Effective 2017-2018)
  20. Montana (SB 135 – Signed April 13, 2017)
  21. Nevada (AB 414 – Signed June 5, 2013, AB 85 – Effective July 1, 2017)
  22. New Jersey (A 2072 – Approved August 20, 2014)
  23. New Mexico (SB 1 and HB 104 – Signed March 2, 2016, effective 2017-2018)
  24. New York (Effective October 7, 2015)
  25. North Carolina (HB 837 – Signed July 26, 2012)
  26. Ohio (GA 131 – HB113, effective 2017-2018)
  27. Oklahoma (HB 1378 “Dustin Rhodes and Lindsay Steed CPR Training Act”- Signed May 16, 2014)
  28. Oregon (SB 79 – Effective 2015-2016)
  29. Rhode Island (SB 318, HB 5376 – Approved June 24, 2013)
  30. South Carolina (H 3265 – Signed on April 21, 2016, effective 2017-2018)
  31. South Dakota (SB 140 – Approved March 10,2017)
  32. Tennessee (HB 2086 – Enacted in 2002; HB 1519, SB 1680 “Carmen Burnette Act of 2012” – Signed March 13, 2012)
  33. Texas (HB 897 – Signed June 14, 2013)
  34. Utah (State DOE – Effective 2014-2015 school year)
  35. Vermont (S 245 – Approved May 16, 2012)
  36. Virginia (HB 2028, SB 986 – Approved March 18, 2013)
  37. Washington (HB 1556 – Approved May 8, 2013; Effective date July 28, 2013)
  38. West Virginia (Approved Feb. 24, 2015)
  39. Wisconsin (AB 725, more – Signed May 10, 2010; Effective beginning with 2011-2012 school year
***What a coincidence...I'm teaching you CPR with AED tomorrow...
Wednesday-4/17...CW: Final CPR Skills Test...Must be present to obtain certification if all criteria have been met...
1. No more than 1 day absent with excuse...
2. No more than 1 grade less than passing 80 as 70 with 1 Ed puzzle completed...
Skills must be Perfect!!
GRADES ARE NON-NEGOTIABLE! NO MAKE-UPS FOR FINAL SKILL TEST...
Not receiving certification is not reflected in Anatomy grade!
HW: Bring in $20.00 payment if passed...

Thursday-4/18...CW: CPR COURSE HAS ENDED...
CPR review or participant mistakes...
Discussion of Certification payment and content remaining through 4th Quarter..
HW: $20.00 payment must be turned in Monday by class period or certification will not be granted....

Seizures...The worst mistakes...
Do not open mouth, do not hold them down, 
ALL classes held me down---NEVER DO THIS!
Do not restrain movement
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Do not restrain the person's movement: While it is important to protect the person (having an epileptic seizure) from injury or falling by making them lie down gently, do not hold the person firmly and restrict the movements. Instead, catch hold of them gently so as to prevent the person from getting injured.


Monday-4/15...CW: CPR Day 10...First Aid...Must take notes...
Last written test #7...First Aid...
Red Cross videos are not allowed to be shown on my page...you must be present in this course to participate as stated January through March...

***Try these AED sites...can you save a patients' life...
Try it free...



***For First Aid test...For Hypoglycemia...you give glucose tabs or candy of 15-20 gms( 2 of my fruit chews)

***Seizures...always make the room safe my moving obstructions(furniture) out of the way...never put anything between their teeth...

1. Asthma
2. Anaphylaxis
3. Stroke
4. External Bleeding
5. Tourniquet
6. Burns
7. Concussion
8. Heat related illnesses
9. CPR
10. Splinting
***We practice applying pressure for external bleeding and applying a sling and binder...
HW: Always review this page...

***Heat-related illness includes the following conditions based on the severity of a child's condition:
  • Heat cramps

  • Heat exhaustion

  • Heat stroke




Tuesday-4/16...CW: CPR Day 11...
Sling and Binder Skill...Pressure Bandage for External Bleeding...
***We start reviewing all skills learned from the 1st...
HW: Review and practice skills at home...
Be ready for Dog CPR...

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Friday-4/12...Fair Day...No school...
HW: Review First Aid for Monday...
***Final Skills Day will be Wednesday...You must be here for Certification Skills test if all your criteria have been met: No make-up allowed for this test...no more than 1 day missed...No grades below 80 per Red Cross...
Wednesday-4/10...CW: 
AED...Automated External Defibrillator...
***Purpose: to put the heart in a normal sinus rhythm...
***CPR test #5...AED...
HW: Always review web page at least twice/day...
Watch videos 13-15 on Choking below...

Sudden cardiac arrest is among the leading causes of death in the United States. In fact, more than 350,000 people will suffer a cardiac arrest this year. Currently, the only way to restore a regular heart rhythm during cardiac arrest is to use an AED.



Memorize pad placement..
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Infant Pad placement
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Thursday-4/11...CW: CPR day 8...Pop Quiz...
Conscious Choking...
Adult-Child-Infant...called Heimlich Maneuver...
Adult: 5 back blows/5 abdominal thrusts
Child: 5 back blows/ 5 abdominal thrusts
Infant: 5 back blows/ 5 chest thrusts...
***1st...encourage them to keep coughing...
***2nd obtain consent to help them...
Don't stop until all the factors from before(person unresponsive/too tired to continue...etc).
HW: Always review...This course requires patience and study time...

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Friday-4/12...Fair day...No school...
HW: Review all CPPR on this page for Monday with First Aid test...
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.Image result for infant chokingInfants you give 5 Chest thrusts, not abdominal...

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Monday-4/8...CW: CPR-Day 5...Adult/Child/..Videos and skills...
***We practice Adult and Child CPR and have written test #3-Child CPR

***FOR THOSE AGGRESSIVE ENOUGH TO BE CHECKING THIS PAGE OFTEN...HERE IS A 10 pt ED PUZZLE ON CPR...
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5caa5a81607f6e40b38062fd/watch
It is due by 7:00 A.M tomorrow...no excuses...
HW: Review infant CPR...

***Students...This is a prime example of why you ask questions in class...
The code below is what you copy and paste with your puzzle app...
https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5cabadac7ac97140b1782b8b/watch...They will NOT be accepted after 5:00 p.m.today!
If you can't do it, it's not meant to be...
Ask questions and pay attention...
Absent students...if you wanted a certification, you would not miss a day...only 1 day missed allowed make-up-that is RED CROSS PROTOCOL...
***You will all finish the course and get graded but some WILL NOT be certified...

***The only one qualified to pass or fail you is your teacher...Absent, tardy, grades and Behavior - integral part of this course...Only mature young adults may be certified...
Tuesday-4/9...CW: Infant cpr written test #4...
We practice C-C-C and then CPR of adult/child/infant...
Pd 5: If the horseplay continues with several students, you will not be allowed to continue in this certification course, per RED CROSS protocol...
HW: always check web page at least twice/day for success in this course. Watch AED videos 12...

Infant CPR facts(neutral is head almost laying flat)

***Place in A neutral position-their chin shouldn't be touching their chest, but it shouldn't be pointing straight up in the air either.
***Adult past neutral...
***Child slightly past neutral...
***1 1/2 inches deep...1 second rescue breath...
***Remember to ALWAYS check for responsiveness-as if they are blue due to hypoxic encephalopathy...
***Choking infant- 5 back blows and 5 chest thrusts...
***Prevention is 1st step in pediatric chain of survival
***You are not 'entitled' to pass...it is an 'earned privilege' 


Wednesday-4/3...CW: CPR Day 2...Checking a Responsive person...SAMPLE...
Checking an Unresponsive person...
Written test #1: Before Giving Care...100 pts...
Head-Tilt/Chin Lift ...
HW: Review Head-Tilt/Chin Lift and Recovery position...
Thursday-4/4..CW: .CPR Day 3...Skills Checkoff...
1. Head-Tilt/Chin Lift...
2. Recovery Position...
3. Check-Call-Care-all the way to head tilt-chin lift...
***Be prepared to roll a victim from on belly to back CAREFULLY...
HW: Watch Videos 6, 7, and 8...
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Monday 4/1...CPR Intro...contract distributed for signatures-due tomorrow...
***This page will be used for next 3 weeks...
Check this page for CPR requirements.....No payment until passing completion of this course...

***Directions Must always be adhered to. This includes writing your name-date-and period on BOTH sides of written tests, or points will be deducted...
The course restricts participants to 18 yrs or older so you are expected to behave as a mature adult...


***All participants are expected to complete ALL make-up work on the day they return, with a medical note if absent more than 1 day per RED CROSS protocol.If not adhered to, this Will result in non-certification of the CPR course.
HW: Bring in signed contract and watch video 1...
Tuesday-4/2...CPR day 1...Orientation to the course...
Videos 1 and 2 in class...
Vocab: Responsive(conscious)
              Unresponsive(unconscious)
              Heart attack/ Cardiac arrest
***Good Samaritan Law...
***Beginning of CPR in 1950's using the name 'Annie'...
***Head Tilt, Chin Lift discussed...
HW: Watch videos 3 and 4-Watch Recovery position...
Tomorrow: Skills 1 and 2 and Written Test1: Before giving Care...
All participants are enrolled in this course and are termed 'Emergency Responders'...Failure to follow the rigors of this course will result in failure of this course per American red cross Guidelines.

***CPR Assistants...This is an 'Earned' privilege to assist with this course...Always stay ahead and Study!! You are my role models...

***Here is an excerpt from Michael Jackson's song Smooth Criminal to make reference to his CPR course he had completed witnessing a foul event.....

Smooth Criminal
As he came into the window
It was the sound of a crescendo
He came into her apartment
He left the bloodstains on the carpet
She ran underneath the table
He could see she was unable
So she ran into the bedroom
She was struck down, it was her doom
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok
Are you ok, Annie
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok
Are you ok, Annie
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok?
Are you ok, Annie?
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok, are you ok Annie?
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok?
Are you ok, Annie?
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok?
Are you ok, Annie?
Annie, are you ok?
So, Annie are you ok?
Are you ok, Annie?
You've been hit by
You've been hit by
A smooth criminal
So they came into the outway
It was Sunday - what a black day
Mouth to mouth
Resuscitation
Sounding heartbeats - intimidation


***US emergency # = 911
***England emergency # = 999

***MAKE-UP THE THE STUDENTS' RESPONSIBILITY! You are treated as an adult

Video 1: Intro: https://youtu.be/Ryx_gnMUozY

Video 2: Check-Call-Care...https://youtu.be/K-dGyHq2O7s


***Head Tilt, Chin Lift...to open airway...

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Video 3: Checking a responsive (conscious) adult...https://youtu.be/2Flx_uy2rGU

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Video 4: Checking an unresponsive(unconscious) adult or child: https://youtu.be/RM32e2wbG0M

Video 5: Recovery position: https://youtu.be/PI77oMzzbZI
 Venezuela red Cross video: https://youtu.be/wISDu07PDCY

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Video 6: Signs and signals of a heart attack...https://youtu.be/ZswtwyjWNyI

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Video 7: Cardiac Chain of Survival...https://youtu.be/Lga0Bkjsh_c

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Video 8: Adult and Child CPR...https://youtu.be/1wj-zixnz2s

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Video 9: Infant CPR: https://youtu.be/mIdUOZJdPy8

Video 10...Putting it all together...http://www.redcrossrefresher.com/media/videos/bce.html

Video 11...Staying Alive beat to CPR...Watch this...https://youtu.be/abnd-9Nl9w4

Video 12...Using an AED...https://youtu.be/BAWGjNAj_vA       and   https://youtu.be/msRft-g-k_s
For Teens AED...Watch this one!!   http://www.hawaii.edu/medicine/pediatrics/aed/aed.html

Video 13...Conscious Choking adult and child...https://youtu.be/_6YlHbWt4Q0

Video 14...Conscious Choking infant...https://youtu.be/rtqceUvOxnQ

Video 15...Unconscious choking infant...https://youtu.be/LW504aZtswM

Video 16...First Aid...Applying pressure to external bleeding...https://youtu.be/iCnAIwL1QB0

Video 17...First Aid...Applying a sling and binder...https://youtu.be/PwfBGkBXkFA


***CPR anthem-'Stayin'Alive by the Bee Gees...https://youtu.be/n5hP4DIBCEE


-`Watch this stayin' alive video...https://youtu.be/-A0nAKWTewI


CPR FOR ADMIN, INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL, AND SUPPORT STAFF...

This is not for students to use!

This is a privilege for me to offer this at such a reduced cost and convenience for you.

Rules apply as if you are taken a course with me at a designated Red Cross Chapter Office...

***Below is a link to test your knowledge even further...see what you know...
https://www.quia.com/quiz/1856149.html


Phase 1: Video Applications: Watch ALL videos as often as you like in this sequential order...

Facts Discussed in class you need to know:

1. Good Samaritan Law

2. Responsive(conscious) vs Unresponsive(unconscious)

3. Heart attack vs Cardiac arrest

Adut CPR: 2 inch deep...ratio 30:2...no rescue breaths necessary

Child CPR: 2 inch deep...ratio 30:2...2 rescue breaths

Infant CPR...1 1/2 inch deep...30:2...2 rescue breaths


Video 1: Intro: https://youtu.be/Ryx_gnMUozY

Video 2:https://youtu.be/ttH4PKNk7bE

Video 3: Red Cross Check-Call-Care...https://youtu.be/SnxfV3iG9iQ

Video 4: https://youtu.be/fa0iTdE3nlQ

Video 5: A & CH Ckoking: https://youtu.be/g6zw6GHpG5A

Video 6: Inf Choking: https://youtu.be/rtqceUvOxnQ

Video 7: AD & ch CPR-https://youtu.be/1wj-zixnz2s

Video 8: Inf CPR: https://youtu.be/mIdUOZJdPy8

Video 9: AED: https://youtu.be/H0sHm6IPkJ0

Video 10: Hawaii AED: http://www.hawaii.edu/medicine/pediatrics/aed/aed.html

Video 11: Apply Pressure Bandage...https://youtu.be/iCnAIwL1QB0?list=PLSoIjTTfQwYW0X2BGRP4sA7k8VZY0gr1R

Video 12...Applying a Sling and binder...Red Cross...https://youtu.be/caMjOjy9riA  and https://youtu.be/PwfBGkBXkFA