Whether you are employed in the fitness, healthcare or eldercare field, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, better known as CPR, training is a requirement. However, learning this technique is not limited to those employed in the fields mentioned. CPR is a very important skill to have and everyone can learn it. It helps keep blood and valuable oxygen flowing, and for those that suffer cardiac arrest, it dramatically increases the probability of survival. Here are some important reasons why you should learn CPR this year:
CPR Saves Lives
Heart disease has been steadily on the rise for years. CPR can help save lives. There were over 350,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in 2016. A shocking 88% of those who suffer from cardiac arrest, and are not in a hospital, don’t make it. However, once properly and promptly performed, CPR will dramatically improve the probability of survival.
CPR – Anyone Can Learn How to do It
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