CPR

CPR is short for cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  The words come from “cardio” which means “of the heart,” and “pulmonary,” which means “of the lungs.”  Resuscitation is a medical word that means “to revive.”  CPR is used when a person has stopped breathing.  Many people learn CPR as a safety precaution.  People who offer medical services, and are involved in safety services know how to do CPR.  Many times people who work with children learn CPR.  It can save a life.  A brain needs oxygen to function and survive.  Without oxygen, a person can have severe brain damage, or die in eight minutes or less.

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