DRSABCD Flow Chart

DRSABCD Flow Chart (cover)
Each letter of the acronym DRSABCD represents the next action in this step-by-step plan for basic life support.

DRSABCD is a strategy used when responding to a medical emergency.

Each letter of the acronym DRSABCD represents the next action in this step-by-step plan for basic life support.

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Check out the Australia Wide First Aid DRSABCD action plan flow chart below. Our charts can be downloaded and printed in A2 size or smaller.

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DRSABCD Basic life support for adults, children and infants

See the article What is DRSABCD? for more information.

Alternatively, browse through our First Aid Chart resource library.

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