Learn how to perform CPR. It can save lives
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Learn how to perform CPR. It can save lives

CPR or cardiopulmonary resuscitation is an emergency lifesaving procedure performed when the heart stops beating. According to American Heart Association, immediate CPR can double or triple chances of survival after cardiac arrest. Keeping the blood flow active, even partially, extends the opportunity for a successful resuscitation once trained medical staff arrive on site. It is an important lifesaving first-aid tool that can be performed by anyone.

Dr Himaal Dev GJ

Chief Consultant, Intensive Care

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  1. The video is hardly seeable. Make it fullscreen. It should be longer explaining pre- and post-CPR act. Make it more accessible and instructive. Also, a Hindi version is needed.

  2. CPR is the best life survival tool. First aid during cardiac arrest should be known to everyone to handle such emergencies.

  3. Everything is okay, but you left out how to check breathing.
    It is checked by seeing the movement of the chest. And we have to observe the chest by coming to the patient’s eye level. Am I right?

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