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Parent Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

FOOTHILL COLLEGE

Candidate Name: _________________________________________ Date: ______________________

Examiner Name and Signature: _________________________________________________________

Time Started: __________ Time Ended: __________ Points: _____/11 PASS/FAIL (Circle One)

Points Possible Points Awarded
Checks patient responsiveness 1
Assesses breathing and pulse simultaneously
-        Assesses patient for signs of breathing (observing patient and determining the absence of breathing or abnormal breathing [gasping/agonal respirations]) 1
-        Checks carotid pulse for no less than 5 seconds & no more than 10 seconds 1
Immediately begins chest compressions at an adequate depth and rate, allowing chest to recoil completely 1
Requests additional EMS response 1
Performs 2 minutes of high quality, 1 rescuer adult CPR

-        Adequate depth and rate

-        Correct compression to ventilation ratio

-        Allows complete chest recoil

-        Adequate volumes for each breath

-        Minimal interruptions of <10 seconds

1
AFTER 2 MINUTES (5 CYCLES), PATIENT IS REASSESSED AND SECOND RESCUER RESUMES COMPRESSIONS WHILE CANDIDATE OPERATES AED
Turns on power to AED 1
Follows prompts and correctly attaches AED to patient 1
Stops CPR and ensures all individuals are clear of patient during rhythm analysis 1
Ensures all individuals are clear of patient and delivers shock from AED 1
Immediately directs rescuer to resume chest compressions 1


Points Possible: 11                     Total Points Awarded_______________

Critical Criteria

____ Failure to immediately begin chest compressions when pulselessness is confirmed

____ Failure to deliver shock in a timely manner

____ Interrupts CPR for more than 10 seconds at any point

____ Failure to demonstrate acceptable high-quality 1-rescuer adult CPR

____ Failure to operate or attach AED correctly

____ Failure to assure all individuals are clear of patient during rhythm analysis and when delivering shock

____ Failure to immediately resume chest compressions after shock

____ Failure to manage patient as a competent EMT

____ Uses or orders dangerous or inappropriate intervention

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SDG SDG03 Good health and well-being
Authors Catherine Mohr
License CC-BY-SA-4.0
Language English (en)
Translations Spanish
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Created November 22, 2021 by Catherine Mohr
Modified March 1, 2023 by Felipe Schenone
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