In our study, we performed steps like chin lift, jaw thrust
with gentle IPPV.
Moreover we also applied the jaw thrust
maneuver that leads to HDSR.19 Despite the greater TTI leading to in- creased tracheal stimulation and application of jaw thrust
maneuver in FFB group HDSR was still not higher than the GLS group.
Summary of Basic Life Support Manoeuvre Adult Airway * Use head tilt-chin lift * Use jaw thrust
(for suspected trauma) Breathing Initial breaths Give two breaths at 1 second per breath Subsequent * Breathing only: 10-12 breaths breaths/minute (5-6 seconds/breath) * Breathing with ECC: 8-10 breaths/minute (6-8 seconds/breath) Compression Check pulse Check carotid pulse for no more than10 seconds * Uninterrupted * Push hard, push fast * Recoil completely * Equal time for compression and release ECC Site Mid-nipple line ECC Method Use two hands ECC Depth 1.5-2 inches (38-50 mm) ECC Rate 100 breaths/minute Compression: ventilation Before * One-rescuer at 30:2 ratio intubation for 5 cycles (2 minutes) * Two-rescuer at 30:2 for 5 cycles (2 minutes) After intubation * No cycles are needed.
That night he was giving Frank, playing at centre-half for the Poppies, all manner of physical and verbal aggravation, and in due course he strutted up to his veteran marker, chest puffed up and heavily bearded jaw thrust
out in the time-honoured manner of masculine confrontation.
The Actar D-fib's training features include jaw thrust
, abdominal thrust, head tilt with closeable airway, and realistic chest compressions.
* Ease of insertion: It was graded subjectively as Very Easy (when assistant help was not required), Easy (when jaw thrust
was needed by assistant) and Difficult (when jaw thrust
and deep rotation or second attempt was used for proper device insertion).
During the insertion of the LMA by the attending anaesthetist, the anaesthetic technician performed a jaw thrust
manoeuvre to ease insertion.
 in their study in 1996 showed that jaw thrust
was a reliable and better method to assess the adequacy of the depth of anaesthesia for uncomplicated insertion of LMA.
Insertion techniques were not specified but were recorded and included index and non-index finger techniques (16), use of the PLMA metal introducer (16), 'railroading' over a gum elastic bougie (17) and insertion during jaw thrust
with the cuff partially inflated (the technique most commonly used by the four named consultants).