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How to manage a choking adult

How to manage a choking adult

How to manage a choking adult

Elizabeth Simpson
Elizabeth Simpson
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 08 Feb 2018
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Last updated: 09 Apr 2020

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Dennis Asiedu (9 Apr 2020)
every educative
JOSIANE MUTUYIMANA (9 Apr 2020)
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Description

Choking, or foreign body airway obstruction, is a common, yet treatable, cause of accidental death. This article aims to provide an overview of the skills required when faced with this emergency in adults, including how to recognise this emergency, the immediate management and treatment required, and the necessary aftercare.

Choking usually occurs when a person is eating or drinking.
An obstruction may classified as mild or severe.
For a severe obstruction in a conscious person, it may be necessary to administer back blows and/or abdominal thrusts to remove the obstruction from the airway.

Objectives

On completion of this course you will gain an understanding of:
Recognise when choking occurs and list the signs and symptoms of choking.
Quickly assess whether an obstruction is mild or severe.
Describe the various techniques for removing an obstruction from the airway in a conscious person.
Elizabeth Simpson

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Elizabeth Simpson
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Nurse lecturer and Interprofessional Simulation Centre coordinator, Nursing and Community Health, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Dennis Asiedu (9 Apr 2020)
every educative
JOSIANE MUTUYIMANA (9 Apr 2020)
it's good to know this in order too support other's.
Favour Chinomso (8 Apr 2020)
very good
Daisy Chelagat (8 Apr 2020)
where is the marking scheme
Mary Borkoh (8 Apr 2020)
chocking is something we shouldn't play with it.because it can caused death.
Nancy Adjido (8 Apr 2020)
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I have gain a new skill
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PHILLIS MURIUKI (5 Apr 2020)
the course is resourceful in learning to manage patients
Sarah Ama (5 Apr 2020)
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JOY KERUBO (5 Apr 2020)
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EVERLYNE MIDEVA (5 Apr 2020)
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CONSOLATA OMONDI (5 Apr 2020)
The course has reminded me of the essential first aid to a chooked patient.
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FANISSA NYIRANSENGIMANA (25 Mar 2020)
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Miss NOELAH NANZIRA (6 Feb 2020)
This course has great re-visits of the management given to a chocking adult.
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