b'CONSCIOUS ADULT CPRCHOKING Basic Life Support Procedures For Trained Rescuers & Bystanders Influenza A (H1N1) Virus ISWNEFLUSYMPTOMS: The person cannot 1 Immediately identify if the victim is unresponsive, rmally (gasping). Preventative MeasuresProtect YourselfRecognize Warning Signscough, speak, cry or breathe; not breathing, or not breathing nois clutching the throat.Call for HelpCall 911, and get consent from 2 Have someone else phone for help right away,W and water thoroughlywith sick people (thoseGet vaccinatedcontacthabits (sleeping, eating, A nose or mouth withAvand shaking hands1 the choking person.or if you are alone, call 911 or dial 0. ash hands with soapAvoid close contactyour physician for H1N1Practice good healthvoid touching eyes,oid hugging, kissing and often with fever and cough)vaccine availability keeping physically active) unwashed hands when greetingYour Next Step Depends On Your Role In The Crisis.Give 5 back blows: Stand slightly behind Key Facts If You Get Sick2 the person. Place one arm diagonally TRAINED RESCUER BYSTANDER H1N1 is a major flu strain that can infect many people. Symptoms includeYou may be ill for a week or longer.across the chest, and bend the person 3 C-A-B Sequence 3 Hands Only and fatigue. Also, there can be diar except to get medical care or for other necessities. (Your fever should be ter your fever is gone forward at the waist. Use the heel of your What are the signs and symptoms of this virus?fy nose, body aches, headache, chillstain groups of people. Avoid contact with other people for at least 24 hours af-reducing medicine.) free hand to firmly strike the person fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stufrhea and vomiting. Most will experiencegone without the use of fevermild illness, while severe or fatal in some cases in cer If you leave the house to seek medical care:between the shoulder blades. C Chest Compressions Start Chest Compressions Whats the difference between seasonal flu and pandemic flu? Wear a face mask, if available and tolerable, and cover your coughs and rate of at least 100/min.at a rate of at least 100/min.for those who infect easily, which can lead to severe or fatal illness. red in adults under the age of 50 ue\x7f Stay home from work, school or crowded placesrtant things to remember:Give 30 chest compressions at aGive 30 chest compressionsThe age groups affected by the pandemic are generally younger. This is trTo date,sneezes with a tissue. Here are additional, impomost severe cases and deaths have occurGive 5 abdominal thrusts: Stand or Compression depth shouldCompression depth shouldyears, with deaths in the elderly comparatively rare. This is in stark contrast\x7f Seek medical advice immediately3 kneel behind the person. Wrap your be at least 2 inches (5 cm).be at least 2 inches (5 cm).with seasonal flu, where around 90% of severe and fatal cases occur in\x7f Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezinter use gpeople 65 years of age or older. \x7f Keep a distance of at least three feet from other peoplearms around the victim, and place one Push hard and fast on thePush hard and fast on theHow does it spread? \x7f Dispose of tissues properly immediately afhand in a closed fist (thumb-side in) just center of the chest, and allowcenter of the chest, and allowFlu viruses are spread mainly from person to person through coughing or faces or objects\x7f Wash your hands often\x7f Get plenty of rest and plenty of fluidsslightly above the naval. Grab your fistcomplete recoil of the chest wallcomplete recoil of the chestsneezing. Sometimes infection occurs through touching sur \x7f Avoid travelwith your other hand, and give quick,between compressions. wall between compressions.with flu viruses on itand then touching the mouth or nose.upward thrusts into the abdomen.A Airway Stay Calm Be Prepared Stay InformedTilt the victims head, and liftContinue chest compressions Vaccines are the most powerful public health tool for controlling influenza. . High-risk groups include:stay healthy. The following resources are updated regularly as inforContinue sets of 5 back blows andthe chin to clear the airway. Who should be vaccinated? Dont panicits important to remain calm and take everyday actions to mation an AED arrives and is ready ts breathing; \x7f Pregnant women, and infant caregivers CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention4 5 abdominal thrusts until the personB Breathing until the person star Contact your physician for H1N1 vaccine availability becomes available:can cough or breathe or the objectfor use; or EMS personnel arrive. \x7f Healthcare and emergency medical ser 1-800-232-4636|www.cdc.gov\x7f EVERYONE between ages 6 months and 24 years should be vaccinated, vices personnelis forced out. Pinch the nose shut, and make athose between 25 and 64 with health issues should as well OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration.osha.govcomplete seal over the personsAcquire necessary types of PPE and cleaning supplies. 1-800-321-OSHA|wwmouth. 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