"Being an ENT Person we have to see all type and kind of patients,right from intrauterine and newborn To Oldest and even dead patients,simplest to deadliest situations,like itching in the Ear to Ventilated Moribund patients.....now...What an ENT-Person should Know more than the Core ENT?: Like KNOWLEDGE OF ANAESTHESIA ,PEDIATRICS,MEDICINE,NEUROSURGICAL ISSUES,OPHTHALMOLOGY,PLASTICS,and DENTISTRY ISSUES..so that whenever in Dire need of the SAME,when the CONCERNED PERSON is not available or not competent to Handle the situation,We can have an edge over What we are just an ENT person.....Share Please...." Dr Pankaj Aggarwal
How to Do the New CPR1. Call help or ask someone else to do so. 2. Try to get the person to respond; if he doesn't, roll the person on his or her back. 3. Start chest compressions. Place the heel of your hand on the center of the victim's chest. Put your other hand on top of the first with your fingers interlaced. 4. Press down so you compress the chest at least 2 inches in adults and children and 1.5 inches in infants. ''One hundred times a minute or even a little faster is optimal 5. If you're been trained in CPR, you can now open the airway with a head tilt and chin lift. 6. Pinch closed the nose of the victim. Take a normal breath, cover the victim's mouth with yours to create an airtight seal, and then give two, one-second breaths as you watch for the chest to rise. 7. Continue compressions and breaths -- 30 compressions, two breaths -- until help arrives.