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What is CPR?

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation or CPR essentially means to revive the heart & lungs using a combined technique of chest compressions & mouth-to-mouth breathing. Important organs in our body such as the heart, lungs & brain, require oxygen to function. When breathing in, oxygen from the environment enters the lungs & the heart pumps this oxygen rich blood, circulating it to the tissues & organs.

Why should I learn CPR?

CPR is a life-saving technique used in emergencies when someone’s heartbeat or breathing has stopped. By learning CPR, you can intervene in critical situations and potentially save someone’s life. In emergencies such as cardiac arrest, every second counts. Knowing CPR allows you to provide immediate assistance, significantly increasing the chances of survival for the affected individual.

When is CPR performed?

CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) is performed in situations where someone’s heartbeat or breathing has stopped. This can occur due to various medical emergencies, including cardiac arrest, drowning, choking, drug overdose and traumatic injuries.