Continuous Chest Compression (CPR)

The following is a free public service announcement:

On average, every three days an American dies from sudden cardiac arrest. The likelihood of that person surviving a heart attack is greatly increased when there is someone present at the time of the heart attack to perform Continuous Chest Compression (CPR), a hands-only CPR method that doubles a person’s chance of surviving cardiac arrest. Do you know how to perform it? If not, watching the video below may help you to save a life:




If you want more information and resources on Chest-Compression-Only CPR, visit the Sarver Heart Center.