Plan for It: How to Perform CPR
If someone collapses in front of you, how would you respond? Being prepared allows you to take charge of the situation and potentially save a life. If you have not been professionally trained in CPR, or are a little rusty, hands-only CPR without rescue breaths is the way to go. Follow this guide to learn about hands-only CPR for teens and adults. Remember to always call 911 in a life-threatening emergency and follow the dispatcher's directions.
How to Perform Hands-Only CPR
Work on Your Rhythm
Anytime you witness someone pass out or stop breathing, call 911. If you would like to learn how to perform CPR for infants, sign up for a class at our Family Birthing Center at The Woodlands Hospital. When time is ticking, know where to go; the trusted staff at CHI St. Luke’s Health emergency rooms are here to help you heal.