Arrest. CPR is initiated basically when the heart stops working and or the patient stops breathing. It's a bit of an oversimplification but that's the premise.
CPR. First responder assessment and breathing and circulation treatment for person in trouble, conscious or unconsious.
Push hard push fast. CPR is simple- by pushing hard (compressing the chest) and fast (100 times a minute) any patient whose heart has stopped doing its job (beating effectively) can be supported until medical care arrives. No breaths. Not difficult. Save a life.
CPR HOW IT WORKS. The main principal of CPR to to keep a persons vital organs to be oxygenated. This is not possible unless heart is pumping blood and lungs are able to get oxygen in the body. Hence the word cardio (heart)pulmonary (lung)resusccitation. So you pump the heart to push blood in vital organs and breathe through artificail means to oxygenate the blood.
CPR. CPR means cardiopulomnary resuscitation. When an individual suffers a cardiac arrest, blood circulation stops and organs suffer and the individual can die. By instituting CPR as quickly as possible a life can be saved. Simply put, it is an emergency procedure where by performing external compression of the chest over the heart, blood flow is temporarily restored to vital organs.
WHO INVENTED CPR. No that is not the case CPR was first described by a french doctor in 1741, to give mouth to mouth resuscitation to dying victims. Since then we have come a long way and its evolution started in serious terms in earlu 1970s and it has had many changes over the years and many changes may take place in future. But it is not invented by firemen but by medical specialists.
AHA website. The american heart association updates the guidelines approximately every 5 years. The most recent guidelines were in 2010. Here is the website: http://www. Heart. Org/heartorg/cprandecc/cpr_ucm_001118_subhomepage. Jsp.
Chest compression. Broadly speaking, cardioplumonary resuscitation (cpr), is the act of compressing the heart in an effort to create blood flow. This is typically performed as "external" or "closed chest" cpr, as taught by the america heart association. When performed with assisted ventilation, it is possible to deliver enough oxygen to the heart for it to regain its ability to beat on its own.
There are apps. CPR and choking app, try it.
No sorry. I would recommend the america heart association web site.
There are.... ..Classes offered in this in many hospitals, clinics, and schools. It is a wonderful thing to know CPR for both grown ups and children. Knowing CPR may allow you to some day save someone's life. I encourage you to find a class near you.