The Basics of Hands-Only CPR
If confronted with an emergency situation, would you know how to administer life-saving measures? This video illustrates how to give hands-only CPR.
Traditional CPR entails the use of both your breath and hands. However, you can engage in hands-only CPR instead to help someone who is unconscious and not breathing. As soon as you realize that a person is in need of medical help, call 911. Then, you can begin hands-only CPR. Place both hands, one on top of the other, on the middle of the chest. Proceed to push down with a rapid yet consistent pumping action. Continue this action until emergency care arrives.
In the event of an emergency, West Hills Hospital is close to all of the major freeway arteries and is a top center in LA County for heart attack treatment response time. Call (818) 676-4000 to speak with a representative at our West Hills facility about our emergency care services.