Two hands. One life saved. Learn how.
It’s called compression-only CPR, and it’s easy to learn and has been found to be very effective in saving lives. And all it takes is two hands and about two minutes to learn how.
On Wednesday, May 22, 2013, join American Medical Response in the AMR World CPR Challenge: a day of free CPR training in an attempt to teach as many people as possible how to save the life of a spouse, a child or neighbor using compression-only CPR.
This new lifesaving method is easier to perform in an emergency and can double* the chances of someone surviving a cardiac event until first responders arrive.
The more people we teach CPR, the more lives that can be saved. Will you be part of the challenge?