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The Importance of Learning CPR

Posted on 03 Oct 2018
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CPR training icon blue When an person suffers a heart attack outside of a hospital, the survival depends on receiving immediate CPR.

However, less than one-third of these individuals receive the life saving help they need, because most people are untrained in CPR or are unskilled and afraid they will do something wrong.

70% of people are afraid to give CPR and feel helpless in an emergency because they don’t know CPR or are afraid they may hurt the victim.

The person suffering from a blocked windpipe will thank you if you are able to revive them and save their life.

Learning CPR allows you to help your loved ones and could save their life one day.

Many people feel helpless because they don’t know CPR, general lifesaving techniques or are afraid to hurt the person suffering

CPR is a life-saving technique that helps maintain blood flow to the brain and heart, and can help until trained paramedics arrive with advanced care.

These are the basics of CPR and instructions for administering compressions for trained and untrained people.

CPR courses teach Mouth-to-mouth breathing and are very effective for drowning victims, infants and children, and people who have collapsed due to breathing problems.


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