The infographic titled, “How to Perform CPR”, cleverly describes the various important ways to execute cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR. CPR is a highly effective life-saving measure that is usually performed in case of a cardiac arrest. However, if it is not performed correctly, it can worsen the condition. For instance, wrong CPR may result into factures of ribs, damage to the liver and heart or injury to the large blood vessels. Therefore, the health care providers must possess a CRP training certification under the direction of a qualified instructor.
Even the general public should learn CPR so that they can use this practice anywhere and anytime in case of an emergency situation. CPR is required to keep the oxygenated blood flowing to the brain and the other important organs of the body, until the proper medical help arrives. Further, compressions, airway and breathing are the most important parts of a CPR that can assist in saving the life of a person in urgent situation. All the effective techniques of CPR provide a basic life support (BLS) in various cases of respiratory and cardiac arrest.
The life-saving technique, CPR is quite easy to learn. It is highly recommended by the American Heart Association to everyone whether the health care providers or the general public to learn this technique. For more details about CPR, refer the below infographic.