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Archive for September, 2013

Essential CPR Knowledge

Sep
30

Date: September 30th, 2013

Children learn how to perform CPREmergency medicine is a key technique that should be embraced and practiced by all individuals. It revolves around the procedures used when treating a person who is on the verge of death or risk of brain damage caused by cardiac arrest among other diseases.

CPR victims stagnates

Sep
29

Date: September 29th, 2013

Rate of old people surviving after CPR remains sameAccording to a research, the rate at which old and elderly people survive after having CPR administered to them has insignificantly changed. This is evident even though there have been numerous initiatives and incentives adopted in order to improve the cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedure.

CPR ‘Hands-only’ procedure

Sep
28

Date: September 28th, 2013

Using CPR ‘hands-only’ often yield positive results60% of victims who receive ‘hands-only’ CPR are more likely to survive than those who neither received the treatment nor orthodox mouth to mouth CPR treatment. This is a finding based on adults who happen to suffer from sudden cardiac arrest.

CPR procedure as follows

Sep
27

Date: September 27th, 2013

CPR outline can reduce deaths cases outside hospitalsThe AHA (American Hearts Association) believes that the CPR guidelines cam impact positively once they are put in place. The guidelines are meant to improve the skills of the bystanders issuing CPR to the victim. It main objective is to make it simpler for normal people to understand the procedure and perform it effectively.

CPR for poor or black neighborhoods

Sep
26

Date: September 26th, 2013

Fewer CPR procedures performed in black or poor settingVictims who are unfortunate enough to suffer from a cardiac arrest in a poor neighborhood or predominately black setting aren’t likely to receive CPR. This is contrary to people who suffer the same fate in areas with rich people or whites who are more likely to offer some assistance in the form of CPR.