CPR ISN'T HARD

But it could save a life.

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ITS JUST THREE EASY STEPS

1. CALL: check if the victim is unresponsive. Call 911 if the person is not responsive and not breathing or not breathing normally.


2. PUMP: if the victim still isn't breathing normally, begin chest compression. Push down in the center of the chest around 2 inches 30 times at 100 beats per minute.


3. BLOW: tilt back the head and lift the chin. Give two breaths each one second long.

IF EVERY PERSON THAT SUFFERED FROM A HEART ATTACK RECEIVED CPR..

it could save over 200,000 lives per year. Giving CPR between 0 to 4 minutes after symptoms are exhibited make chances of brain damage minimal. Act fast and safe a life.