What is CPR Used For?

Do you know what CPR is used for? Find out and have a laugh all at the same time. CPR is serious, but you don’t need to be serious to learn!

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CPR or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a process used when someone is either not breathing or their heart isn’t beating and is not breathing. CPR is the general name for the classic course required for many employees, camp counselors, nanny’s, or anyone in healthcare.

Why? Because it is the fastest way to save someone’s life if they happen to have a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest. The programs currently available all revolve around a process that teaches you step by step what to do if someone has a medical emergency.

Quick References and Hilarity Below:

First up we have our hilarious video that gives you info with humor :).

Justin’s Story: an inspiring situation where CPR saved this young man’s life.

CPR Consultants wrote a nice article outlining when CPR is needed and some potential hazards associated. Worth a read!

Overall you can learn all you want about CPR, but you may never use it. If you talk to any healthcare professional or person who has given CPR you will always get the resounding ‘TAKE THE CLASS!’ answer.

CPR is life insurance for your family, friends and those around you.

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Author: CPRmobile

CPRmobile, a business designed to create easy access to emergency training. We strive to make scheduling, training, and empowering you and your employees easy, and stress free. Contact us for CPR and First Aid certification.

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