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Basic life support (BLS)

Basic life support (BLS)

Emergencies can happen anywhere, so it is important to know how to provide basic life support care.



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Check scene safety, Check for breathing, Open the victim’s airway., Look, Listen, Feel, 10 seconds, 2 normal breaths, Place the victim on a firm, flat surface., 30 chest compressions, 5–6 cm deep, 100–120 per minute, 30 chest compressions, 2 ventilations, 1 ventilation , 1 second, Stop CPR when the victim starts breathing normally., Put the victim in a recovery position.

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