I’m a child of the “old” CPR, the kind where you had to go to half-day or all-day classes to learn how to properly do mouth-to-mouth resuscitation combined with chest compressions.
“New” Continuous Chest Compression CPR is a whole lot easier. You only need to know one thing: chest compressions. It’s easier to remember and frankly, a whole lot better than the thought of going lip-to-lip with a stranger.
Watching the video from the Sarver Heart Center will take you less than six minutes. Those six minutes may very well mean the difference between life and death for someone you know.