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With the widespread COVID-19 pandemic and the probability of an increase in cardiac arrests, new 2020 CPR guidelines have been released. The modifications were made in an effort to limit the personnel attending to a patient, reduce provider exposure, and encourage bystander CPR with an emphasis on providing at least hands-only chest compressions. American Health […]


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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, also known as CPR, is a widely known emergency procedure that is performed on patients who suffered from sudden cardiac arrests as well as those who fell unconscious. This is used to buy more time as the rescuers wait for the arrival of the medical team. Performing CPR on patients is proven to increase […]


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April 17, 2018 Performing CPR0

When patients suffer from cardiac arrest, the best thing to do is to provide them the lifesaving method they need right away, which is CPR. However, in reviving a patient, it doesn’t always yield a 100% success rate. There are instances where performing CPR does not save the life of the victim. Although CPR is […]


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March 30, 2018 Performing CPR0

Most emergencies occur outside the hospitals, where the victim is exposed to several people that are all possible to help him. At first thought, you will see people reaching out their hands to respond to the unfortunate victim. But think again, the reality is far from what you have imagined. When emergencies occur beyond the […]


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March 20, 2018 Performing CPR0

Untrained rescuers are most likely to perform hands-only CPR when attending to an unconscious victim needing CPR. That is also the very main reason why AHA CPR Guidelines were changed to C-A-B from A-B-C. Performing chest compressions is still effective as immediate execution of hands-only CPR would too, increase the chance of survival.  Hands-Only CPR […]


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March 5, 2018 Performing CPR0

The sooner you begin CPR, the more beneficial and effective it is likely to be. In mostly all cases, you should continue to perform CPR until professional medical assistance arrives. However, it is important to also know when you should stop CPR. Below are the following circumstances when you should stop CPR: When the patient is […]


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September 25, 2017 CPR TrainingPerforming CPR0

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is one of the life-saving skills learned from cpraedcourse.com. It has been applicable on many occasions to revive lives, including breathing and cardio-related complications. Drowning is one of the life-threatening experiences that can easily cause death. This is because water clogs the respiration system and reduces oxygen transmissions in the body. Unlike in […]


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