Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a basic life saving technique that can save a life during medical emergencies such as heart attack and cardiac arrest. It can double a person’s chance of survival if they are in this state of emergency by keeping oxygen rich blood flow to the brain and other vital organs until emergency medical treatment can restore the normal heart rhythm. However, remembering the CPR steps and administering them correctly can be challenging even after training. Performing CPR on adults can be a lot of pressure, especially for bystanders who are not medical personnel, as they have to respond fast and effectively.
So in this post, we highlighted the top tips to keep in mind if you need to do CPR on adults in a critical situation. This is a printable guide that you can put on your desk or in your bag so that you will always be prepared.