What does the hand gesture mean when the left hand is held across your chest palm down and your right hand fingers pointing up into the palm of the left hand to form a T?
Time out (i.e. in the middle of a sports game, etc.)
I love you or I like you...
Use 2 or 3 fingers on the sternum, slightly below an imaginary line running across the chest between the nipples. With the use of 2 or 3 fingers, if you feel the xiphoid process, move your fingers up until you don't feel it anymore.
Use 2 or 3 fingers for chest compressions on an infant.
it says they touch their two first fingers to their lips and then twist their hand over their chest, which way is the hand facing though? and i tried this but hands don't seem to twist like that. it doesn't make sense
Transthoracic means across the chest.
Use two fingers for chest compressions
Perform chest compressions with 2 or 3 fingers of one hand, in the middle of the chest on the sternum.
I: Have your right hand clenched into an easy fist, with your pinking sticking out. Place the front of your hand (where your curled thumb and pointer finger are) on your chest. At the same time, your pinky finger should be pointing at your chin. Like: Place your right hand, which is flat, close to your chest. Make it look like you're grabbing your shirt with your middle finger and thumb, but don't actually pull… Read More
It was the right hand reaching across the chest and holding on to the top left part of arm... John Wayne does this at the very end of The Searchers, right before he turns around and walks away into the distance...
songs of victory is tattoed across his chest. &&he has stay gold on his knuckles.
Chest Pass you start with the ball at your chest and you aim for the chest of the person your throwing at. Lob pass is a power and speedy pass . Keep the ball held high, step forward and push form the waist, angling the ball up. Bouncce pass used over a short distance to feed the circle. Release is low, push towards receiver, fingers pointing to the ground. This pass should note raise above… Read More
For a child, use the heel of one hand located on the center of the chest, on the sternum. For an infant, use 2 or 3 fingers (index, middle, and ring fingers) on the sternum, just below the nipple line.
When doing a sit up is it a good idea interlocking your fingers behind your and and pushing forward while doing sit ups?
Not generally - interlocking your fingers behind your head during sit-ups can cause neck strain and tension. Best practice is to cross your arms across your chest to prevent excess strain.
The clavicle, or collarbone, is the bone that runs across the chest, between the shoulders.
You do this with your hands . . . . According to one online video, both hands are closed with the index fingers extended (pointing). Hold the left about chest height with the back of the hand outward and the index pointing up. With the right hand approximately under your chin and pointing forward, in a slight arc, bring the tip of the right index finger to the tip of the left index finger. A… Read More
put the palms of both of your hands over your chest so that your indesx fingers are pointing towards each other then flip your hands over so that the palms fo your hands are facing up.... with your face make your eyebrows look concerned
with the first 2 fingers of each hand, touch the upper chest then the lower chest
Joy see sign for HAPPY. Happy same sign used for: cheer, cheerful, delighted, gay, glad, jolly, joy, merry. [Represents joy rising in the body] Brush the fingers of the right (or left- your dominant hand) open hand, palm facing in and fingers pointing left (or right depending on which hand), upward in a repeated circular movement on the chest.
use only two fingers to push, place them in the middle of the chest between the two nipples, and compress the chest firmly but gently
For the sign "I'm" You simply point to yourself with your forefinger. The thumb should be down resting against the knuckle of the middle finger. This is a sign for "I'm", "I" or "Me" For the sign "fine" you take your dominant hand (right hand if you're right handed, left hand if you are left handed) is an open "five" hand-shape. You place the thumb against the opposite side of the chest as the hand… Read More
No, but why do you ask? A CHILD HAD BRUISING ON THE CHEST WITH 3 LITTLE DOTS RIGHT IN THE CENTER, LIKE WHEN YOU PERFORM CPR; I KNOW ON A TODDLER YOU CAN PERFORM CPR USING YOUR FINGERS...
The seatbelt across your chest should have about one fist width of slack.
I a) Bring the thumb side of the right I hand, palm facing left, back against the chest. Watch a) Beginning with the right V hand in front of the right side of the face, palm facing down and fingers pointing forward, move the hand forward. You a) Point to the person.
across the chest or across the butt
Certainly, they not only may, they are welcome. However, you should not approach the altar for Holy Communion. If you are in the Communion line, when you get up to the priest, cross your hands across your chest, this is the common gesture for people who are unable to receive Holy Communion for whatever reason, and a request for a blessing.
Compress the chest on the sternum, 2 or 3 fingers up from the xiphoid process.
You don't put your fingers anywhere unless you're rescuing an infant. for adults and children, place the heel of you dominant hand on the center of the victims chest and place your other hand on top of it, interlocking your fingers. Then, push with the weight of your body from your shoulders at a rate of 100 compressions per minute. For Infants, place 2-3 fingers on the chest, just below the nipple line at compress… Read More
IMPROVED: People, and Person, are pretty much the same thing if your talking about ASL you just put both of your fingers up at your chest and go down it looks like 11 This is the sign for person. For people, place the hands flatly pointing outward at the chest, and move them straight down. You are right in that many will use this sign for both. The other is never, or very rarely, used… Read More
its an excersice - lay flat on the floor, hold arms straight above your chest, fingers pointing upwards. Fold your body upwards by lifting your legs off the floor and stretching your arms towards your toes whilst contracting your abdominal muscles. Hold for a short time, return to the flat position and repeat
across his chest.
Across the chest of the Virgin
ANYTIME you have chest pains PLEASE call 911 immediately
In the chest, just to the left of center. You can feel it beat if you put your fingers against the chest wall and under the left arm near the point of the elbow.
Chest pain is a very bad symptom, commonly pointing to internal problems (commonly Cardiac Arrest [Heart Attack to you and me]). If you are suffering from chest pain, stop reading this and pick up the phone and dial 999/911 and ask for an ambulance.
Across your back, left shoulder and chest.
the answer is the diaphragm
for an adult patient; use the heel of your palm with the other hand ontop interlocking and pulling back on your fingers
Locke, Knuckles' father, punched Scourge across the chest, leaving those scars.
2 fingers on chest between nipples
I can FEEL my head, neck, chest, stomach, arms, legs, fingers, and toes.
Place your right hand, palm touching your body, on your chest (my). Make a fist with your right hand and kiss the back of it, then move it away from your mouth. Make the letter "b" with your right hand and shake it back and forth. The letter "b": Right hand, palm out, with all fingers together pointing upwards, thumb curled in.
A baldric is a sash worn across the chest, from shoulder to hip - blazoned means that it had the person's coat of arms embroidered on it. Slung means thrown across his chest.
"Oscar" is a stylized knight holding a crusader's sword in front of his body. His hands, chest high, hold the sword's "grip," with the blade running from his chest to his feet, pointing down toward the pedestal.
When his/her chest crosses the finish line.
Love Is My Weapon
heartburn makes your chest pain. you can take some medicine from your doctor to help the swelling and fetique.
The mucus membrane of the eyes, the back, the chest, fingers, and toes.