1. While making an adult resuscitation, 12-14 blows per minute. For a child- 18-20 blows per minute.
  2. Before reanimation, place the victim on his back, on a firm and flat surface. Place a roll of clothes under victims’ shoulders and turn his head back.
  3. The chest compression and rescue breathing should be done, if victim is unconscious, has no pulse and breathing has stopped.
  4. If the victims, to whom rescue breathing ( resuscitating ) has been done,if the chest rises, it means that the air has come into the lungs.
  5. To drain the victims lungs of water, place the victim over your knees with his head down, and press between his shoulder blades 2-3 times..
  6. To stop arterial bleeding, place a tourniquet on the wound and leave a note, specifying the time of the tourniquet placement (date, hours, minutes). Use the tourniquet not longer then for 2 hours. In places where it is not possible to use a tourniquet, apply direct pressure to the wound with a pad or press the artery above the wound with fingers.
  7. In (resuscitating) an adult (compression should be done by one or two rescuers) the following should be kept in mind:
                       - one rescuer- 15 compressions to 2 rescue breathsb)   
                       - two rescuers- 5 compressions to 1 rescue breath
  8. In doing chest compression to an adult, 60-65 compressions should be done per minute.
  9. How to assess the effectiveness of chest compression? Victims chest rises while blowing, pupils of the eyes get narrow and victim starts to breathe continuously.
  10. In which cases should the chest compression and rescue breath be done? The victim is unconscious, not breathing and it is impossible to find pulse.
About the necessary medical products on the yacht, while having a trip (minimal amount of products)
  • Amidopyrinum 0.25
  • Paracetamolum
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