Essay by: ISP101
A heart attack can happen at any moment, at any time. What are the chances of heart attacks actually occurring in a healthcare setting? The right time, the right place. Is there such a thing? Failing health can happen at home, work, during leisure times and throughout any time of the day.
Is it important for non-healthcare professionals to know how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)? YES. It is very important. In fact, everyone should know how to perform CPR.
Non-healthcare professionals should know how to perform CPR. Because when it comes down to it, it is a matter of life and death. Life is so precious and having this knowledge can and will empower all to help save a life or many.
It is important for all non-healthcare professionals to learn CPR in case of emergencies. Every minute counts when a life is in critical condition.
Should non-healthcare professionals learn CPR? The answer is Y-E-S, yes! Every life is precious and time is life threatening. Learning how to properly perform CPR is very essential to life.
Whether a heart attack, respiratory illness, trauma, or a cardiac disease is occurring, cardiopulmonary resuscitation can save the person’s life! If your loved one did not work at a healthcare setting, wouldn’t you feel safer if someone at his or her work knew CPR?
CPR should be learned in any setting. CPR is important. CPR is life saving!