Posts with the tag “cpr”
Not Only for Diving
March 30th, 2022
The training style DAN uses — repeating skills and information as building blocks to the next topic — gave me a reliable memory bank of the steps for first aid and neurological assessment. I easily re...
How to perform a Neurological Assessment
February 22nd, 2020
It is good practice to regard any neurological abnormality after diving as acute decompression illness. Notify a diving medical officer immediately....
How to perform One-rescuer CPR
February 22nd, 2020
Performing CPR and BLS on your own as a single rescuer can be extremely emotional and can take place in extremely confusing circumstances. ...
How to perform a Deep Diver Rescue
February 18th, 2020
If an airway is not available, mouth-to-snorkel rescue breathing should be done. It will be easier to do than mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing in a choppy sea. Position yourself behind the diver. Ensur...
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