If an adult suddenly collapses, is unresponsive and not breathing, by performing immediate continuous chest compressions, you can double or even triple a victim’s chance of survival.
Studies continue to show that compression only CPR is as effective for rescuing sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) victims as conventional CPR that includes compressions and rescue breathing.
Health & Safety Institute (HSI) is proud to offer a public service announcement with instructions for performing compression only CPR for presentations or local media broadcasting. HSI was one of the first producers of emergency care training programs to include compression only CPR as a viable alternative for those unable or unwilling to perform conventional CPR. Compression only CPR techniques have been included in our programs since 2008.
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