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- CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is an emergency life-saving procedure used on someone who is not breathing and has no pulse. A trained rescuer fills the victim's lungs with air and administers chest compressions to pump blood from the heart through the body. Thousands of lives are saved each year through the timely use of CPR. CPR is a procedure that must be properly and promptly performed until emergency medical help arrives.If you have sudden cardiac arrest outside of a hospital -- as 225,000 Americans do every year -- you have only a 2 percent to 5 percent chance of being successfully revived, the AHA says. Your chance of survival improves if someone gives you CPR four to six minutes after you collapse and you receive advanced cardiac life support, such as an electric shock to the heart provided by an automated external defibrillator (AED), within minutes.Who Should Know CPR?
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