Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

by on July 20, 2010

The Art of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Today not only are health care professionals certified in CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation), but people that work in cafeterias, offices, and even stay at home moms are certified in providing life saving measures.

Understanding how CPR can save a life is very important.  A CPR course can guide you and educate you in how to perform this life saving method.  The course informs you how to deliver breaths to a person and how to correctly do chest compressions.  Basically you are supplying the body with oxygen and a pulse, when a person is no longer able to do it.  This is not a long term solution, but it provides the body with the essentials to hopefully have a better outcome to survive.

For hundreds of years, people have been observed giving mouth to mouth to help facilitate breathing/respiration while a person laid unresponsive.  A CPR course will help you perfect your skills and knowledge in providing this method that is very crucial in a person regaining their life back. You can make a difference.

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