What are the 7 steps of CPR in order?

What are the 7 steps of CPR in order

CPR is an acronym for “cardiopulmonary resuscitation.” It is a lifesaving technique that is used when someone’s heart stops beating. CPR can be performed on anyone, regardless of age or size. The seven steps of CPR are as follows: check for Danger, call for Help, check the Victim’s Airway, give Two Rescue Breaths, perform Chest Compressions, switch Roles with the Compressor (if available), and continue Compressions until Advanced Medical help arrives. If you find yourself in a situation where someone needs CPR, don’t panic! Just follow these seven simple steps and you’ll be helping to save a life in no…

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Keep People Alive: The Life-Saving Benefits Of Cpr

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CPR is one of the best ways to save lives. It can be used in medical emergencies, like heart attacks and near-drownings. But how does it work? CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, which means that it works by stimulating someone’s heart and lungs until they are able to breathe on their own again.  There are many steps involved in giving CPR including chest compressions, mouth-to-mouth breathing, or just oxygen given through a mask. These techniques will all help increase the likelihood that you’re successful when saving someone’s life! Read More: What Are the Three Different Types of CPR? Life-Saving Benefits…

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The life-saving power of CPR

The Life-Saving Power of CPR

The NCC Northwest Career College has an excellent CPR course. It’s designed to teach you what to do in the event of a heart attack, asthma, stroke, or choking emergency. This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to help save someone else’s life with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The NCC CPR Course will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed so that when faced with these emergencies, you can act quickly and confidently. What exactly is CPR? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is the combination of chest compressions and rescue breathing to manually preserve intact brain function until…

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Why should you learn CPR?

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Imagine this scenario: you’re at a family gathering and someone has a heart attack. You see that person collapse to the ground, their face turns blue, and they stop breathing. What do you do?  CPR!  CPR is one of those things that everyone should know how to do in case of an emergency situation. CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – it consists of chest compressions with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation or oxygen administration.  Northwest Career College offers free CPR certification classes to our students which will teach anyone how to perform CPR on others.  In this article, we’ll discuss why CPR is important…

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Has CPR changed due to COVID-19?


With the precautions that have been put in place to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, questions have arisen regarding how the administration of CPR (and First Aid in general) has been affected.  All major certifying agencies, such as the American Heart Association, ASHI, and the Red Cross, have updated their guidelines to reflect the current environment. The basic precautions – making sure the area is safe, and wearing PPE (personal protective equipment) haven’t really changed, aside from the addition of face masks.  As face masks are likely much more accessible to the average bystander now than before COVID…

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Celebrities Who’ve Saved Lives Using CPR


Thousands of people every year are saved by the prompt actions of bystanders who administer CPR. CPR is a useful skill for anyone to have, even famous Hollywood actors and celebrities, and here are some examples to prove it. Celebrities Who’ve Saved Lives Using CPR Ryan Reynolds  First of our list of actors who saved lives in Ryan Reynolds. Best known for movies like “Deadpool” and “Detective Pikachu,” Reynolds revealed that he had used CPR to become a real-life superhero for his family.  In June 2017, he took to Instagram to post that the CPR training he had earned through…

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How To Deal With A Head Injury As Part Of Cpr?

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One of the symptoms of a sudden cardiac arrest is a rapid loss of consciousness. In the wrong circumstances, this sudden loss of motor control can lead to a fall and a potentially serious head injury.  As a CPR provider, you might find yourself in the unenviable position of having to provide both CPR and dealing with a head injury at the same. Thankfully, Saint John’s Ambulance has some tips on how to deal with the situation effectively. How To Deal With A Head Injury As Part Of Cpr? What Are the Symptoms of a Minor Head Injury? The common…

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Using CPR during the pandemic

CPR Pandemic

According to 2019 data, nearly 45 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims survived when bystander CPR was administered. Since four out of five cardiac arrests happen at home, so statistically speaking, if called on to administer CPR in an emergency, the life you save is likely to be someone at home: a child, a spouse, a parent, or a friend. Unfortunately, while effective bystander CPR provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival, but only 32 percent of cardiac arrest victims get CPR from a bystander. This rate has dropped since the beginning…

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How to Perform Pet CPR?

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For most of us, our pets are part of our family. Learning how to perform  First Aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on them is as important as it is with children and infants. In this article, we’ll be looking at the step required to perform pet CPR, as set out by The People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals, a leading animal charity. Read More: What Are the 5 Critical Components of CPR? How to Check If Your Pet Needs CPR? The first step to determining if your pet needs CPR is to pay attention to your ABCs, in this case,…

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Who is Resusci Annie

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Anyone who has taken part in a CPR course has developed a quick and rather intimate relationship with the central part of nearly every cardiopulmonary resuscitation training session, Resusci Annie.  But did you know the face of the most famous CPR training dummy is actually a real person? Mona Lisa of Seine While the first Resusci Annie doll was made in 1960, the tale of how she got her face starts in 19th century Paris with the body of a girl being pulled from the river Seine. Her body was transported to a mortuary and placed on public display for…

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