Step By Step CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) Guide ~ Ofuran

Step By Step CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) Guide

CPR stands for Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation where Cardio means "heart" and pulmonary means "related to lungs". Resuscitation is also a medical word which means "to revive". 

CPR is a life saving technique that is used in medical emergencies such as heart attack or cardiac arrest. The main purpose of CPR is to give the heart some kind of restart by pressing on the heart, and then somehow introducing oxygen supply to the brain. If you see an electronic device malfunctioning, it suddenly starts to operate again. That's the essence of CPR.

If you search on YouTube you will find many videos. You will find that in the foreign market, in the field, in the field, suddenly someone has become unconscious.
Those who rush this way are treated as heroes in the society, they are called CPR heroes. They're Stranger, mean ordinary people. Many ordinary people from abroad take this training. This chest is called pressure-cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Translating from the Red Cross website, I'm translating the steps of sepia here.

Things to check before giving CPR:

1. First see if the surrounding environment is safe. Put a knock on the shoulder of the unconscious man, and ask- RUK OK ?? That means all is well! That means for sure if that guy really needs help. If you don't have the conditions to ask for help, start helping!

2. Give that call. Call for an ambulance tension.

3. As soon as someone falls in Bangladesh, people will start to watch the crowd around the fun, drive them away, CPR is the main purpose of creating an opportunity to breathe. Lie down

4. See if he is breathing. If you see no breathing for 5 seconds then start CPR.

How to apply CPR to patience?

1. Place your hand in the middle of the chest as the picture shows, slightly to the left. Keep pushing loudly with body weight. It will be very loud to give two inches each time. Press 3 times a minute.
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2. Put mouth in the mouth and blow. This is called rescue breathe.
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3. Again, press the middle of the chest as per rule number 1 until the breathing is restored. Keep pushing!
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