1) One should blow 30 sounds (like the Seder Tekiyos before Musaf). If this is not possible then blow at least 10: Tekiya-Shevarim-Teruah-Tekiya, Tekiya-Shevarim-Tekiya, Tekiya-Teruah-Tekiya
2) Each sound should be a separate breath, except the Shevarim-Teruah, where one pauses slightly between them but does not take a breath. The Tekiyos of each set must be as long as the minimum length of the middle part (e.g. the first Tekiya must be as long as a proper Shevarim-Teruah.)
3) The Bracha of Shehecheyanu is said.
4) If the one sounding the Shofar has already heard Shofar: a man being Yotzei with this blowing should make the brachos. If there are only women being Yotzei, a woman should make the Brachos.
5) If the person/people cannot make the Brachos: if there is a man being Yotzei the Shofar blower may say the Brachos and he/they answer Amen. If there are only women present the Shofar blower may not say the Brachos forher/them.
6) Even if one will hear Shofar on Mivztaim, if able, one should be Yotzei with the Shofar sounding in shul done as part of davening.
7) Men should be wearing a yarmulke.
8) In a hospital, make sure there is no excrement in the room. A catheter is acceptable.
9) Be careful not to open electrically controlled doors or sound any alarms. One may ask a non-Jew to enter through the door and then follow through while it is open.
10) One is permitted to carry anything associated with the Shofar blowing.
11) Being that the second day of Rosh Hashana is Erev Shabbos, plan ahead to avoid issues of carrying on Shabbos and muktzah.