Everyone hates accidents, but it is now a part of our lives in these fast days. It is impossible to tell about the coming accident. But it is possible and good to take preparations to face an accidental situation. Doing CPR courses is almost important for everyone now-a-day. The term CPR can be described as “cardiopulmonary resuscitation”. This can be defined as a combination of techniques, which can save a person’s life by continuing normal body activities.
When someone faces an accident or stops heart beating and breathing the first thing he needs is CPR. CPR can make his breathing pattern normal and restarts his heart beating. So, everyone must know about CPR. In-depth CPR courses in Melbourne and beyond are available in any hospital zone, a community center and center of the Red Cross. This saving technique of life must be learned by everyone and these places are open to anyone to learn the CPR method.
Actually CPR is a combination of two techniques, as I said before. It is a mouth to mouth resuscitation and chest compression (if necessary). Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation means the CPR administrating person is making breath for the patient and manually forcing the patient’s heart to pump blood until victim’s normal body activities resume. Usually CPR is done for giving the victim a primary treatment until the emergency medical team come for taking necessary steps.
Usually CPR training is carried out with licensed instructors. They give instructions and explain the steps of CPR to the audience. Some of the course organizers also keep some practical sessions to practice the learned steps on a dummy. At the end of the course the course organizer give a CPR certification card to their audiences. If anyone has a CPR certificate, he is also recommended to get a re certification course every year to keep him updated with the modern techniques of saving life.