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Life-Saving Information

This video on Continuous Chest Compression CPR, has been posted here before, but I came across it again recently, and felt it was worth a re-post.  This is significantly important life-saving information.

Watch this six minute video/report and I’m sure you will be glad you did.

I’m really intrigued with the simplicity of this procedure, since I never took CPR training and this doesn’t require certification.

Pass this along to everyone you know as well.  Sixty something or not, lots of people will find this helpful.  Thanks.

Continuous Chest Compression… Could Be Lifesaving

Recently I have learned of three unrelated people having heart attacks within a few days of each other this past weekend.  One person, 53 years old, did not survive it and possibly because help was not available soon enough.  One has a yet undetermined degree of brain damage, due to circumstances and the third one will probably have an o.k. recovery.

This is happening more often than we would like to admit.  Now we are aware of a procedure that we all should be aware of.  I was made aware of this early in August and posted it on August 8, but feel the need to post this important video again.  Thank you Dr. Gordon Ewy and Dr. Karl Kern who are responsible for this new technique.  Please pass this along to all you know… even the ‘not’ sixty-somethings you know.  Thanks.