CPR: What NOT To Do

What you shouldn’t do during CPR!

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CPR is a simple process and if done correctly, or at all, could help save someone’s life.
BUT! Even a well meaning person might do something to hurt the victim.

Example? Look no further than this article. It outlines the steps you should take to make sure someone needs CPR. Their first step? To SHAKE and shout at someone to see if they’re awake.

Shaking is a bad term. It says “I need to rattle this guys brain out of his head!” Whether you do or not, the act of shaking anyone is a BAD idea! Adult, child or infant shaking can have a negative effect on a head/neck injury, or maybe even cause one.
Watch the content you consume. Especially with healthcare related articles or online certification programs.
CPRmobile is born from registered, accredited and trained medical professionals. We know that online training is an excellent tool to learn from.
BUT, when training in a physical process like CPR, its very important to take a skills test. It’s harder than you would think, and getting the feel
is more important than you think!

For questions about our CPR Certification courses email us at Info@CPRmobile.biz, or go to our Contact Us page.

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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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