Stayin’ Alive

You HAVE to check out this video!

CPR can save lives and it’s not hard to learn!

If you witness someone experiencing cardiac arrest first call 9-1-1 then administer CPR.

The current accepted method for untrained rescuers is “Hands Only CPR”, which involves 100 compressions per minute with no breaths. If you administer chest compressions to the beat of the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive” or Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust” you will achieve that rate. You should continue to do chest compressions until help arrives or the victim wakes up. It’s normal to feel pops and snaps when you first begin chest compressions, but don’t stop. You’re not going to make the victim any worse.

Thanks to the Chattanooga Fire Department for teaching us all a valuable lesson on the importance of CPR and dancing!

To learn more about online or in person CPR training fill out the form below.


Copyright: http://www.chattanooga.gov/fire-department/fire-dept-videos

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