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Learn To Save A Life

First Posted: Dec. 22, 2015, 2:47 p.m. CST
Last Updated: Dec. 25, 2015, 11:59 p.m. CST


Ankit is a motivational speaker, writer and blogger. His website can be found here: The Even Better Life


If you are ever faced with a real life situation where you are literally able to save someone from dying, would you know what to do. I don't mean doing surgery, stopping a bullet, having to climb a dangerous mountain or anything of that nature. I am referring to basic techniques in order to save someone's life in a medical emergency. A basic CPR and First Aid class will demonstrate and teach many comprehensive techniques that will help save a life. One does not have to be a doctor, nurse or first responder to learn CPR. In fact, I encourage as many people as possible to learn CPR and/or First Aid. Life saving measures have a better outcome when there is a team approach. The more people that learn, the more chances of there being a team. With the new sciences and guidelines coming out, things are very much simplified. Even small actions, such as, calling 911, when we recognize a medical emergency, can go a long way. In a CPR and First Aid class, you will learn what to do until 911 responders arrive and get further medical help. What happens in that first few minutes, though, is very critical. There are many ways to learn CPR. Many organizations and individuals, including myself, are available to teach basic CPR and First Aid. If you want to be able to know how to save someone's life, consider taking one of these classes. I've been on the end of saving a life, and it's a huge thrill. I have my CPR/First Aid classes to thank for many of the techniques I know.


This article was written by Ankit Shukla.

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