CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

What is Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation(CPR)?

  • Emergency life-saving measure
  • Combination of rescue breathing & chest compressions
  • Done on unconscious/ non-breathing patient
  • Done on persons suffering cardiac arrest
  • Also for near-drowning/ asphyxiation/ trauma cases
  • CPR conducts defibrillation
  • Supports heart pumping for short duration
  • Allows oxygen to reach brain
  • Buys time till help arrives
  • More effective when done as early as possible

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