What is the importance of CPR technique for society?

by Jill D. Welcome to Doused In Pink!

There are many reasons why CPR technique can be important to society. For example, if you're at a nightclub and someone collapses that is on the dance floor with a seizure, you might not be able to get them out of the crowd. However, if you were trained in CPR technique at then you could actually administer care until help arrives.

How does it benefit people?

1. Life saving technique:

The most obvious benefit of knowing how to administer CPR is that it can potentially save someone's life. For example, if you saw a little boy fall into a pool and not move, you would be able to jump in the pool and pull him out without even thinking. However, if you had never taken a CPR course then the boy could die waiting for emergency care to arrive.

The same reasoning applies to anyone who has a serious heart problem which needs immediate treatment. If you don't know how to administer CPR, then you could be waiting for hours for emergency help.

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2. Student training:

Another benefit of CPR course is that students can learn and develop their skills, and get experience in a real-life situation without being in the real world. For example, if you're taking a CPR class and your teacher says "We're learning how to do ABC", that means they're going through the instructions of helping someone with A vital signs, airway and breathing issues. They also take turns in learning first aid skills like putting on an air bag or checking someone's vital signs. 

3. Building confidence:

CPR course teaches students to become confident in an emergency situation. It builds their self-esteem and confidence. Students learn what they can do without someone else's help. They learn that they don't need a doctor, nurse or paramedic to help them through an actual emergency situation.

4. Less pain:

It is important for people to know how to perform CPR because it will reduce the pain associated with a heart attack or near-death experience. When a person is having a heart attack, their chest may get wide open and their heart may start beating rapidly which can be painful. The closer you are to dying from heart problems, the more painful it's going to be. You are going to be in a lot of pain.


It's important to know how to properly perform CPR because it will help someone in time of need. It also helps build confidence and teaches people what they can do on their own in an emergency situation.

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