Speaking Outline

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Toneisha Gooch
Speaking Outline

I. Introduction

A. Toddlers, babies, different chocking causes
B. To inform my audience on how to perform CPR on infants or children
C. Shouting and taping, Pump, Open airway, Blow
D. A preview of these steps are:
Noticing a child not breathing call 911
II. Body

A. Shout and Tap
1. Shout name, lightly tap. (Mickey Eisenberg M.D. University of Washington School of Medicine. Updated 2010 Http:depts.washington.edu/learncpr/index.html)
2. Shout name, place on back, being careful with head (Tasheika Zachery, CNT register nurse , and CPR instructor at Eastland Community Center) Shout 3-4 times, than begin CPR process

B. Pump
1. 2 inches 30 times hard and fast (Mickey Eisenberg M.D. University of Washington School of Medicine. Updated 2010 Http:depts.washington.edu/learncpr/index.html)
2. hand on the breastbone -- just below the nipples (Tasheika Zachery, CNT register nurse , and CPR instructor at Eastland Community Center) Heel not under breastbone, no pausing

C. Open Airway
1. Lift up the chin tilting head (Tasheika Zachery, CNT register nurse , and CPR instructor at Eastland Community Center)
2. Listening for breaths (Mickey Eisenberg M.D. University of Washington School of Medicine updated 2010 Http:depts.washington.edu/learncpr/index.html) Don’t tilt to far, listen for breathing

D. Blow
1. Tightly cover, pinch nose, 2 rescue breaths (Tasheika Zachery, CNT register nurse , and CPR instructor at Eastland Community Center)
2. One second each, chest should rise (Mickey Eisenberg M.D. University of Washington School of Medicine updated 2010 Http:depts.washington.edu/learncpr/index.html)...
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