Friday, January 27, 2012

Continuous Chest Compression CPR

Here is the latest method called -- Continuous Chest Compression CPR -- which is a hands-on technique that can double a person's capacity to survive a cardiac arrest. Anyone can use to save a life of a person who may be having a heart attack. It does not require any mouth-to-mouth contact.

It is both easier to perform and is also more effective than the more common CPR technique, and you do not need to be certified in order to administer it.

It was developed by two physicians at the University of Arizona School of Medicine.

Learn more here, but the video itself is very explicit in illustrating exactly what you should do.

Please pass the information onto your friends and acquaintances.

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