28 Feb CPR training needs a hand with high-risk groups
Lee Bowman, Scripps Howard News Service
You see someone suddenly fall to the ground, unconscious on the street or at a park. A quick check of the pulse shows the heart’s not beating. Now what?
Of course, someone needs to call 911 for an ambulance. But odds are, the victim won’t survive unless someone quickly starts performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Unfortunately, most people won’t try.