What Is CPR:

CPR, or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is an
emergency life-saving procedure used on someone who
is not breathing and has no pulse. A trained person
performing  CPR fills the victim's lungs with air and
administers chest compressions to pump blood from the
heart through the body ( heart/ brain). Thousands of
lives are saved each year  through the timely use of
CPR. CPR is a procedure that must be properly and
promptly performed until the Paramedics arrive or AED
has arrived.


Who Should Know CPR ?

Certain people need to know how to perform CPR to do
their jobs. Medical professionals-from nurses and
doctors to paramedics and emt's - must know CPR.
Lifeguards, child-care workers, school employee's ,
childcare providers, health club workers, etc.. Many
parents don't know how to perform CPR on their
children , babies, or spouses. Other adults who have
family members with medical conditions need to know
CPR.

See different  
level's of CPR
My Life Saver
Resources

what is CPR
Stroke
Heart Attack
Cardiac Arrest
Warning Signs
Purchase face
piece Key Chains
Links
American Heart
Association

American Diabetes
Association

Health Finder

American Stroke
Association

National Library of
Medicine
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