A modified version of CPR is making it easier to remember what to do if someone suddenly collapses in front of you.
Experts say continuous-compression CPR, also called hands-only CPR, is easier to learn and perform, and it doesn’t require breathing for the victim. According to the American Heart Association, hands-only CPR can be performed on teens or adults using a compression rhythm that matches the beat of the Bee Gees song, “Stayin’ Alive.”
Immediately after Jeff’s report is a video from “Health & Safety” in England. They posted this video in May of 2015. It has been viewed over 14-million times. The only text with the video “What a reminder that babies really are watching our every move.”
Here is their Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/safetyinform/?pnref=story
In this Mayo Clinic Minute, nurse educator and CPR trainer Jill Henderson shows you how easy it is to use hands-only CPR to save a life. Jeff Olsen reports.
Now the video from “Health & Safety”. Remember if she can do it, you can do it!