Simplified CPR could save more lives: Study

Published on Dec 18, 2017

Squeamish about giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation?
The good news is you can help revive someone without doing so,
in a way that may even be more effective.

A local study has found that those who learn a
simplified form of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
can better remember what they have learnt and
are arguably more effective in saving lives.

This simplified CPR omits mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
Instead, the focus is on carrying out continuous chest compressions.

I drew this by switching the genders around:

Unfortunately, it didn't quite work.

But at least I won't get accused of stereotyping
(see the previous post).