Cpr Unit Analysis

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In the CPR unit, I learned that CPR can save one’s life by following the exact steps. First, one has to shout to the other if he/she is okay. If they do not get a signal back, they have to call 911 as soon as possible and direct someone to get the AED or the automated external defibrillator which checks the heart rate and sends electrical shocks to the heart in order to try restore the heart rate. Before the ambulance and the AED arrives, one has to take off any clothes that are blocking the chest area. For women, the undergarment has to be taken off as well in order to have an effective CPR. After any clothes are removed from the chest area, one has to grip to hands on top of one another, put it under the chest bone, and start pressing down, approximately two inches in depth. One has to repeat the pressure for 100 times a minute as hard and fast as they can until the AED arrives. After the AED arrives, one has to follow the specific directions that is written in the AED box. Then one has to have stick on two adhesive pads…show more content…
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