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CPR Adult Lifeline of dying, train your self in CPR

Reviewed by
Dr. Pradip Chauhan
What is CPR?

CPR is short form of cardio pulmonary respiration.

Although it is very familiar to medicos for others, it is alien.

Letís brief it.
It is a process done to save the dying person to maintain his cardiac and respiratory activity.

How to identify emergency? How to know he needs CPR?

Patient from any fatal casualty with sinking pulse and suppressed respiration can be helped.

How to do CPR in adult?

  • Reach to person in need, try to feel pulse, whether it is there or not?
  • Palpable pulse near the lower edge of jaw in the neck indicates heart activity is present.
  • Contact emergency NUMBER and tell the status.
  • Clear the oral cavity remove any foreign material.
  • Start compressing the chest approximately near midline nipple level.
  • After 30-compression pinch the nose inhale deeply and blow in the mouth of the person two times.
  • Repeat this procedure continuously till the emergency van reach or further better support or patient recovers.

Remember this is for adult for the child there somewhat difference.

How to do CPR in adult

Remember 100 compressions/minute and 30:2 chest compression to respiratory ratio

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