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First Aid & CPR

General Emergency First Aid/CPR & Pet Health and Safety Resources

If a person stops breathing or if their blood flow ceases, their life is in danger. Because not enough oxygen is reaching the brain, permanent brain damage or even death could result. One method often used in attempts to avoid such tragic outcomes is a technique called cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

CPR aims to prevent brain damage and keep blood flowing through the body. First, the rescuer calls 911. Then, they can administer CPR, which usually involves giving chest compressions and rescue breaths until emergency medical services arrive on the scene.

It is recommended that the chest compressions be at least five centimeters deep, performed at a rate of about 100 per minute. The goal is to keep blood circulating through the body by artificially pumping the heart by hand. Rescue breaths are used to force air into the lungs. Recently, however, there has been more emphasis placed on the chest compressions, as any break in blood flow can be dangerous. CPR is a fairly simple procedure that can mean the difference between life and death.

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