Basic Life Support. CONTENTS. Page 2, Risks to the rescuer when performing basic life support. 3, Basic Life Support Algorithm (flow Sequence) 4, Recovery position 6, Choking and how to deal with a choking victim. Important NoteBy coral
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AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION. INFORMATION AND PREVENTION. TRAINING OBJECTIVES. Recognize the dangers of airway obstruction Identify ways adults can prevent choking in young children Identify ways adults can prevent strangulation in children Identify ways adults can prevent suffocation in children.
Airway obstruction. Trauma foreign bodies inflammation hematomas CNS disease secretions Drug overdose Infections glottitis Obstructive sleep apnea. Airway Protection. May be impaired for similar reasons May decompensate with addition of varied bolus sizes and consistencies.
AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION INFORMATION AND PREVENTION TRAINING OBJECTIVES Recognize the dangers of airway obstruction Identify ways adults can prevent choking in young children Identify ways adults can prevent strangulation in children Identify ways adults can prevent suffocation in children
Upper Airway Obstruction. Upper Airway Obstruction. Potentially fatal Misdiagnosed as Asthma or COPD Multiple etiologies. Upper Airway Obstruction. Consists of the air conducting system Mouth Carina Divided by the thoracic inlet into extrathoracic & intrathoracic
Upper Airway Obstruction. Noisy Breathing. Upper Airway. Nose Nasopharynx Oropharynx Larynx (supraglottis, subglottis) Trachea (extrathoracic). Upper Airway Obstruction. Upper Airway Obstruction. Upper Airway Obstruction Noise decreases as obstruction worsens. Noise NOT
MECHANICAL OBSTRUCTION OF AIRWAY. DR.dr. BAMBANG UDJI DJOKO RIANTO, SP.THT,M.KES. Referrences: Simpson J.F, Robin I., Ballantyne J.C., Groves J. 1967. A synopsis of otolaryngology. Becker W., Naumann H.H., Pfaltz C.R. 1993. Ear, Nose, and Throat Disease. CONGENITAL TRAUMA
AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION IN CHILDREN. PEDIATRIC RESPIROLOGY CHILD HEALTH DEPT. GADJAH MADA UNIVERSITY. INTRODUCTION. AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION : * Upper Airway obstruction * Lower Airway obstruction. Stridor. • Stridor , which is derived from Greek, meaning “creaking,” is caused by rapid
Acute upper airway obstruction. Prepared by Ghassan Al-Maimani. Upper Airways. Lower Airways. DEFINITION. Obstruction of the portion of the airways located above the thoracic inlet. EXTENT. Ranges from nasal obstruction till larynx and upper trachea. Clinical manifestation.
Trachealstenosis Bronchoscopical Stenting F. Stanzel Asklepios Clinics Munich-Gauting Germany (Director: Prof. Dr. K. Haeussinger). Airway Obstruction Type - Procedure. Typ Resection Afterloading Stent (Laser,...) +++ Ø Ø
Airway, Choking, and Rescue Breathing. When someone is not breathing the first thing a rescuer must do is be sure the person’s airway is open and not obstructed by a piece of food or some other object. Ask if you can help. Ask the person if they are choking?