Recognizing Airway Obstructions
Responding to Airway Obstructions
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Explain how to recognize partial and complete airway obstructions.
Explain how to respond to partial and complete airway obstructions.
This lesson provides instruction on how to respond confidently to an airway obstruction until professional medical help arrives. This program does not qualify for first aid or CPR certification.
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