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Use CPR when an adult is not breathing or when they are only gasping occasionally, and when they are not responding to questions or taps on the shoulder. In children and infants, use CPR when they are not breathing normally and not responding. Check that the area is safe, then perform the following basic CPR steps: Call 911 or ask someone else to.What are the steps for CPR?
The preliminary steps of CPR, as defined by the American Heart Association, are (1) calling for help; (2) establishing unresponsiveness in the victim by tapping or gently shaking and shouting at him or her; (3) positioning the victim in a supine position on a hard surface; (4) giving two breaths; and (5) checking the pulse.What are the benefits of CPR?
CPR can prevent sudden and unexpected death caused by cardiac arrest, as it works to keep the heart functioning when it has ceased to do so on its own. By utilizing chest compressions and artificial respiration, one is able to mimic the natural rhythm of the heart and pump fresh, oxygenated blood throughout the body.How do you give breaths during CPR?
For healthcare providers and those trained: conventional CPR using chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth breathing at a ratio of 30:2 compressions-to-breaths.