What happens if you do CPR on someone who has a Pulse??
What happens if you do CPR on someone who has a pulse? My mentaly ill neighbor pretends to be a fireman and years ago he tried to do cpr on me even though i was just fine. P.S. I was about 7 and he was about 45 with severe brain disorders. What can happen?
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSTICATION RARELY CAUSES ANY TRAUMA OTHERWISE IT WOULD HAVE NOT BE INCLUDED IN MEDICAL EMERGENCY PROTOCOLS,UNLESS IT IS PERFORMED BY UNEXPIRENCE HAND,OR THE PERSON RECIEVING IT HAS SEVER OESTEOPOROSIS OF RIBS.
BUT,FOR PURPOSE OF PRACTICE OBJECTS LIKE DEMOS OR PILLOWS CAN BE USE.
FREE VOLUANTAIRY TRAINIG CAN BE OBTAINED FROM BODIES LIKE ST.JOHNS AMBULANCE.
EVERY PERSON IN SOCIETY MUST GET ADEQUATE KNOWLEDGE OF FIRST AID,THIS CAN SAVE MANY LIVES.
REMEMBER CPR IS ONLY A SUPPORTIVE MEASURE AND SHOULD NOT BE AUGUMENTED AS MAIN LINE EMERGENCY CARE!
Have you ever performed CPR on a real person? What was the outcome? I performed CPR on my colleague who collapsed in the office. We were from different department and when I got to his office, his face was purple and his mouth and eyes were open. There was no pulse or breathing. No one else was first-aid trained so I had to do it. It looked like he was already gone but nevertheless I did the CPR. I remembered the steps very clearly eventhough my First-Aid cert had expired for about 1 year. After a while, the paramedics and doctor arrived. Unfortunately he didn t make it in the end.
Is a CPR-certified person required to perform CPR on a heart failure/car accident victim? The situation is this. A car accident happens. A CPR-certified person dials 911, heads over to the accident and notices that 2 people are unconscious. Is he required to perform CPR ?
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