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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a common practice to help people experiencing a cardiac or breathing emergency. In the time of panic, even trained professionals can find it hard to remember the CPR steps. The purpose of CPR is to keep the suffering person’s blood flowing till professional help arrives. You don’t have to be a
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CPR, an acronym for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is a first aid emergency procedure done on victims if they go into cardiac arrest. The procedure ensures that the heart keeps pumping blood to the brain and the rest of the body. It has been proven that CPR can increase the chances of survival and ever since it
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Cardiac emergencies can be of several types, ranging from mild angina pain to major heart attacks, and even complete heart failure and cardiac arrests.
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Time is crucial in the case of a cardiac emergency. For every minute that passes without someone performing CPR or using an automated external defibrillator (AED), the chances of survival drop by 7-10%. Research shows if a person administers defibrillation within the first five minutes of a collapse, survival rates can be as high as 50–70%. Here’s
Around 90% of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrests occur in public spaces or homes, which means that most people don’t get immediate medical assistance. While bystander CPR has proven to save people’s lives during OHC’s, 2017 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics indicate that only 46% of patients received emergency first aid.