Unresponsive and not breathing
When someone isn't moving and doesn't respond to shouts or a light shake, they are unresponsive.
WHAT TO DO:
1. To see if they are breathing, tilt their head backwards and look for signs of breath. The relaxed tongue of a person who is not responding could block their airway. Tilting their head can help clear it.
If you can't hear or feel them breathing and you don't see their chest or stomach move, they aren't breathing. Quickly move on to the steps below.
DO NOT START CPR WITHOUT OBTAINING HELP FIRST AND CALLING EMERGENCY SERVICES.
2. Call 999 right away.
If you can't, ask another person.
3. Give 30 chest compressions by pressing down firmly on the centre of the chest and then releasing. Chest compressions should be done with hands interlocked.
4. TIlt the head back and provide 2 ventilations. Ensure you pinch the casualties nose to prevent air releasing during ventialtions
5. Repeat steps 3-4 at a steady pace until professional help arrives.
6. Once you get AED, open the case and follow the voice instructions.
Continue with CPR and the use of an AED. When emergency services arrive, DO NOT STOP until told to do so by paramedics.